A fully-supported ultra race through the Cotswold's, starting in Gloucestershire and finishing at Broadway Tower.
You'll pass through some of England's most charming stone built villages, via Winchcombe and Painswick. The yellow Jurassic, Cotswold Stone will pave the way for your challenge ahead, look out for landmarks like Hailes Abbey, Sudeley Castle before the epic finish at the foot of Broadway Tower.
"I really have no words that are positive enough to explain my experience. Fantastic just doesn’t even start to describe it." - Stephen McAuley, HEINEKEN Race to the Tower 2017 participant
"First class event! The route was marked out brilliantly, absolutely no confusion about where you were going. The staff were friendly and extremely helpful, all with a smile on their face. I signed up to do the event on my own and I never felt alone at all. Thank you for a great experience. I can't walk now but it was definitely worth it!" - Louise de Ste Croix
"Toughest, most amazing, friendliest, best organised, incredible event I have ever done. Threshold and their partners were fantastic - everything was catered for - we just needed to concentrate on the running. I would recommend this to anyone - I cannot describe in words how I felt going across the finish line after an experience like that - just awesome (and knackered!!). Thanks Threshold and all who supported us. What an achievement!" - Jim Blackburn
From 13th Century ruins right through to modern day film locations, where J.K. Rowling’s ‘The Casual Vacancy’ was set, this route is rich in history.
The only private castle in England to have a Queen buried in its grounds, to Stone Age monuments and Cooper’s Hill, which hosts the 200 year old tradition of Cheese rolling, there’s lots to discover along this spectacular trail.
Hailes Abbey | Sudeley Castle | Belas Knap | Painswick | Devil’s Chimney | Beckbury Hill | Stanway House | Cooper’s Hill | Shenberrow Hill | Broadway Hill | Broadway Tower
Signing up with a charity place means that you become part of a charity team in the run-up to the event, on the big day itself and beyond! You'll benefit from a hugely reduced registration fee in return for raising funds and your achievement will be all the more remarkable.
Various packages available depending on whether you want to do one day, two days or non-stop and whether you'd like to camp. Please fill out the enquiry form for more details.
There are 2 ways to secure your place in HEINEKEN Race to the Tower.
Secure your place at the start line with one of our charity partners.
Places are available direct from the event organiser - just pay your entry fee and you're in!
To access full event details you'll need to register for free - do it now then fill your boots with free content.
Secure your charity place and fundraise for your chosen cause - choose a charity below to get started.
Find a cure and improve life for everyone affected by Parkinson’s.
Around one UK adult in every 350 is diagnosed with Parkinson's, a progressive brain condition that can affect movement, sleep, memory and mental health.
Parkinson's UK funds ground-breaking research into a cure and new treatments, campaigns for better awareness and provides support to people affected by Parkinson's.
You can help raise funds where £20 funds an hour of specialist nursing care, £48 funds a clinical researcher for two hours or £140 pays for ten helpline advisers to provide advice and information.
This is a common concern but once you get signed up and start fundraising the team at Parkinson's UK will have plenty of tips for reaching (and smashing!) the target. If you think you're going to struggle, the best thing to do is have a chat with them as each charity has its own approach.
Just click 'Find out more now' and fill in the enquiry form to get their contact details - if you put your question in, someone from their team will get back to you.
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