Take on a full 100 km loop around Kendal, Ambleside and Lake Windermere, and witness some truly breathtaking views from the nature reserves and forests along the way. Do it at your pace, and help us support the 1 in 2 who need us right now.
With regular snack stops, rest stops and your Lake District Ultra medal, t-shirt and a glass of fizz to look forward to this event is a fantastic way of getting together with your family and friends, and helping to make a difference to cancer patients across Merseyside, Cheshire and beyond!
How to Register
Click here to register for this year's Lake District Ultra Challenge.
Once you've registered, we will send you a Fundraising Pack which includes your Clatterbridge T-Shirt.
Want to really stand out from the crowd? Take a look at our shop for even more accessories to make your outfit pop!
What Will You Get By Joining Team Clatterbridge?
When you join Team Clatterbridge, you will be supported by our experienced Events Team throughout. From registering for your chosen event to setting up your JustGiving page, the Events Team are on hand to help you with all your queries. We want you to feel part of the team because your support will make a huge difference to cancer patients throughout Merseyside, Cheshire and the Isle of Man.
Why We Need Your Help
By taking part in the Lake District Ultra Challenge, you are helping us to deliver pioneering cancer care to patients throughout our region. 1 in 2 of us will be affected by cancer, but with your help we can be at the forefront of cancer treatments, and we can fund vital research, the latest therapies, and innovations in cancer treatment.
We are so often told that The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre is unlike any other hospital. The Charity has funded a range of projects which help to to make Clatterbridge a place that stays in people’s hearts, including bringing cancer treatment closer to patients’ homes and breaking boundaries by becoming the first in the UK to offer a number of treatments.
Will you join Team Clatterbridge and make a difference to those with cancer in our region today?