Region Rest of World
Type of Event
Metric Half Marathon (13.1kms / 8.14 miles)
North West England
Rest of World
South East England
South West England
(Thursday) 8:00 am - 11:55 pm
Dominica is known as the Caribbean’s nature island: Packing stunning coastline, lush vegetation, sparkling-clear streams and waterfalls, hot springs and a rugged interior full of jungle mountains, this really is
Dominica is known as the Caribbean’s nature island: Packing stunning coastline, lush vegetation, sparkling-clear streams and waterfalls, hot springs and a rugged interior full of jungle mountains, this really is a volcanic island paradise rising dramatically out of the warm Caribbean Sea.
Our route provides a full ‘toe to tip’ south to north traverse of the entire island, focussing on the incredible Waitukubuli (WNT) National Trail. This is the Caribbean’s only long-distance path and provides us with a rollercoaster ride through coastal and interior landscapes, piecing together Dominica’s colourful communities as well as pristine rainforest and incredible views.
The 100 mile route will use the WNT extensively and will provide a stunning route for those looking to stretch their legs either as walkers or runners in this amazing new tropical adventure.
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(Saturday) 8:00 am - 11:55 pm
A never-done-before multi-sport crossing from North to South across the full gambit of Iceland’s magical and surreal interior. This is a World of fire and ice that you will never forget:
A never-done-before multi-sport crossing from North to South across the full gambit of Iceland’s magical and surreal interior. This is a World of fire and ice that you will never forget: A tough, satisfying and utterly unique adventure fit for the most hardy of souls.
This trip is never-done-before territory. It is an extremely audacious multi-sport crossing of the entirety of Iceland, starting in the far north and traversing right through the centre of the country, until reaching the south coast. Our sensational route passes between and beside numerous massive icecaps and dramatic mountains, all the while following the famous gravel roads, tracks and trails that thread through this land’s vast ash and lava fields.
Rivers are abundant here and numerous crossings will take place during the week, on bike, on foot or by boat. Significantly, the route must also encompass Iceland’s longest and largest river, the Pjorsa.
Cycling can be challenging, due to constantly changing weather, harsh gradients and mixed trail surfaces, though the occasional sections of mountainous single-track are absolutely and utterly World-class. The trekking is breath-taking, with our section taking in some of the famous Laugavegur Trail. On the River Pjorsa, rafting will also provide for some extremely exciting mileage.
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