Button saying The Thames Path Challenge full route starts at Putney Bridge and heads upstream to Hurst Park, past Hampton Court, Runnymede and Cookham to Henley. The half and quarter distance options offer you a choice of which sections you take on of this beautiful riverside route. Whether you take it on as an individual or as a team, it’s a fun challenge with spectacular views to help raise money for SeeAbility.

Distance: 25km/50km and 100km options
Registration fee: 25km £5; 50km £10; 100km £15
Fundraising target: 25km £245; 50km £395; 100km £595

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Click here to register your interest


What’s included?

  • Rest stops every ~12.5km – covered with seating, toilets & rest areas
  • FREE - food & drinks – catering to all dietary requirements
  • First aid support – at stops & en route
  • Fully signed route & online maps
  • Chip-timing – keeping track of you
  • Trek Masters – to help guide you
  • Group departures during the night
  • Baggage transfer service
  • Emergency support & route pick-ups
  • Shuttles for retirees to take you forward
  • Bookable transfers before and after your Challenge
  • Medal, T shirt & glass of fizz at the finish!

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By taking part in the Thames Path Challenge for SeeAbility you’ll also benefit from:

  • A branded t-shirt
  • Dedicated support from SeeAbility’s Event Team
  • A fundraising pack with tips and ideas, as well as materials
  • The achievement of knowing that as part of Team SeeAbility you have helped to support people with autism and learning disabilities, many of whom have sight loss

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Already have a place?

If you have your own place in the Thames Path Challenge you can still be part of the SeeAbility team and receive all of the benefits above, without committing to a minimum fundraising target. Get started by clicking here to set up your online fundraising page.

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Questions?

For any queries about this event please email [email protected] or call 01372 755041.

Booking for this event has now closed.