Walk 100 Miles Challenge
Walk 100 miles in February to fund breakthroughs. Take on the challenge in a way that suits you, whether that's 3.4 miles a day or longer walks at the weekend.
Sign up for free and you’ll receive:
- Online Giving Page
- Digital fundraising pack
Benefits of walking 100 miles
Alongside funding life-saving research, there are lots of amazing benefits to taking on this challenge:
- Improve your fitness levels
Walking consistently strengthens your muscles, improves your balance and increases your cardiovascular fitness.
- Help maintain a healthy weight
Clocking up those miles will help you to burn calories and tone your muscles in no time.
- Boost your energy
Walking increases oxygen flow through the body, making you feel more energised and ready to tackle the day.
- Discover new places
This challenge is the perfect opportunity to get outdoors and explore new places.
- Can help lower blood pressure
Being active can help lower blood pressure and your risk of heart problems in the future.