There are a huge range of opportunities to get active outdoors in the capital, from mass participation events to more niche and specialist clubs. Whatever your interest - running, climbing, cycling, triathlon or really any other activity - you can it in London. And you can start right here.Map view
Take on a challenge and join Macmillan at the Thames Path Mighty Hike - where you'll hike from Windsor Racecourse along the most iconic river in England to support people living with cancer.
A stunning central London half marathon taking in four Royal Parks and some of the capital's world-famous landmarks on closed roads. Charity places now available for 2024.
The UK's most popular 10K run on closed roads in London with tons of winter fun! 1000s of people of all abilities will earn the iconic finisher medal, conquer the cold and help beat cancer.
Previously rated one of the top 10 UK marathons by Runners World! Stunningly scenic riverside routes along the Thames towpath. Flat, fast and very runnable with great support, medal and photo.
Kew The Run features a 10K and half marathon starting and finishing in the beautiful Royal Botanical Gardens Kew where runners will get free entry into the gardens, a fantastic medal and tech t-shirt!
A spirited Central London run with live music, upbeat DJs, street-dancers and inspiring themes on a landmark-packed route with closed roads. Charity places available for 2024.
Experience the renowned atmosphere of the TCS London Marathon, the most popular marathon in the world, with its grand finale on The Mall itself! Charity places available for 2024.
An unforgettable weekend of movement, sport and entertainment set in the grassy parkland of Hackney Marshes, hosting the hugely popular Hackney Half, an electrifying 5K and festival vibes!
Walk, jog or run along the Capital to Coast route, with a range of distance options from the full 100km to a 25km quarter challenge offering a superb challenge for all ability and experience levels.
RideLondon was established as an Olympic legacy event and has grown into the world’s greatest festival of cycling, featuring 100,000 riders of all ages and abilities.