The Macmillan series of one-day hikes will take you to some of the most beautiful and unspoiled parts of the UK. Bring your family and friends together and have a fantastic day out while raising money for people living with cancer.
Challenge yourself in a spectacular coastal setting and enjoy a wonderful atmosphere whilst raising vital funds to support Macmillan Cancer Support.
It's easy to create a team!
Follow the steps to become a Team Captain when you register. Make sure you have a list of names and email addresses of your fellow team members. Once you have signed up, an email invite will be sent to your team members with a bespoke link for them to fill out their own registration form and join your team.
As Team Captain you will have the option to pay their registration fee, otherwise your team members can pay when they get their invite.
Every time a member of the team completes their registration, you’ll be sent a confirmation email. That way you can monitor who has or has not joined your team.
There's free parking for all hikers at the Monmouthshire Showground, Redbrook Road, Monmouth, NP25 4LG which can be booked when you register.
There will be a free shuttle bus from the half marathon finish line back to the start line after the event which takes around 15 mins and runs from 12:00 to 17:00.
Please note that shuttle buses depart on a fill-and-go basis so listen out for updates on the day from the helpful Mighty Marshals.
You will need to be prepared for all weather and bring all the essentials needed for the hike. A full kit list is available.
Your family and friends can meet you at the finish event village to cheer you across the finish line. However, they will not be able to accompany or meet you at any of the pit stops.
Unfortunately, no dogs can take part in a Mighty Hike with the exception of assistance dogs. This includes at any of the start and finish venues.
One of the best things about yesterday was the crowd as we came in at the end to step over the finish line. It made us so emotional to hear people we'd never even met whooping and clapping. The absolute BEST. Well done everyone! Charlene Dixon, hiker of the Wye Valley 2023