Thames Path Challenge 9th - 10th September 2017 Join PCRC in walking the Thames Path, with beautiful scenery, steeped in history - a superb backdrop for a festival of challenges. More than 3,000 challengers will take on the main Thames Path Challenge, following England's greatest river. Most will walk at their own pace, many will jog parts, and some will run the whole course. The full 100km route heads upstream from Putney Bridge past Hampton Court to Runnymede of Magna Carta fame at 50km, then on past wonderful scenery all the way to Henley. You'll be fully supported, with marquee rest stops and great hospitality. Full Challenge = 100km in 24+ hoursHalf Challenge = 50kmQuarter Challenge = 25km Each challenge includes: FREE hot food / snacks / drinks Covered Rest Stops Fully signed route Pace walkers Medics/massage Henley-on-Thames 100km finish Families & supporters welcome Shuttle buses to nearby stations Medal, T shirt & glass of fizz The start point for this event is in Bishop's Park, next to Putney Bridge, and the finish line is in Henley on Thames. How to sign up You can register for this event here. Full Challenge - £70 to register and £395 minimum fundraising target. Half Challenge - £50 to register and £275 minimum fundraising target. Quarter Challenge - £40 to register and £150 minimum fundraising target. How we will support you You will find that raising sponsorship is easy and most importantly fun! We are on hand to support you all the way. By signing up, you can receive the following: Step by step guide to fundraising including a pack with hints, tips and ideas. Your very own PCRC technical t-shirt or vest. Merchandise such as t-shirts, wristbands, pin badges, balloons and much more so you can use them to hose an event or sell them to help you raise more money. Our ongoing help and support with training and fundraising from the moment you join the team. Whichever distance you choose, and however you take it on, your challenge will be a test of stamina and determination, you'll be fully supported all the way, and rewarded with an amazing sense of achievement.