LONDON TO OXFORD TREK

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London to Oxford Trek
13 May 2017
Staines upon-Thames, GB

From the Capital to the historic university town of Oxford, heart trekkers can walk through the day and through the night in one of our most difficult and prestigious endurance challenges.

There are also two 50k options: a London to Henley day trek and a Henley to Oxford night trek.

By signing up to take on our London to Oxford Trek, you will join the fight against heart disease.

Taking in beautiful scenery, amazing architecture and breath taking views with every step – sign up today and take part!

Your London to Oxford Trek entry includes
Technical T-shirt
Head torch and batteries
Personalised bar coded scan points
Medical support
Free sports massage
2 free hot meals for 100k & 1 free hot meal for 50k trekkers plus additional food and refreshments along the route available to buy
A welcome pack containing fundraising materials
Water

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Course : Henley to Oxford (Night trek)
13 May 2017 20:00

Our trek takes you through Windsor, Cookham, Henley, Benson, Clifton Hampden, Abingdon and Oxford and hugs the river Thames for much of the way. It's quite a flat route but does include a couple of hills Every walker will be given a map of the route before the walk. The whole route will be signed with Day-Glo arrows. You will need to check in with marshals at each checkpoint. We recommend that you walk in pairs or more. We strongly suggest that you bring a blister kit (including plasters and antiseptic cream) There will be toilets along the route. At each checkpoint (approximately every 10-15k), there will be a water stop where there will be varying facilities available to you, including an additional water supply if you are running low on water. During the event there will be points where you can buy refreshments however we would strongly advise you to bring your own supplementary snacks as well.

Course : London to Henley (Day trek)
13 May 2017 08:00

Our trek takes you through Windsor, Cookham, Henley, Benson, Clifton Hampden, Abingdon and Oxford and hugs the river Thames for much of the way. It's quite a flat route but does include a couple of hills Every walker will be given a map of the route before the walk. The whole route will be signed with Day-Glo arrows. You will need to check in with marshals at each checkpoint. We recommend that you walk in pairs or more. We strongly suggest that you bring a blister kit (including plasters and antiseptic cream) There will be toilets along the route. At each checkpoint (approximately every 10-15k), there will be a water stop where there will be varying facilities available to you, including an additional water supply if you are running low on water. During the event there will be points where you can buy refreshments however we would strongly advise you to bring your own supplementary snacks as well.

Course : London to Oxford - 100k
13 May 2017 08:00

Our trek takes you through Windsor, Cookham, Henley, Benson, Clifton Hampden, Abingdon and Oxford and hugs the river Thames for much of the way. It's quite a flat route but does include a couple of hills Every walker will be given a map of the route before the walk. The whole route will be signed with Day-Glo arrows. You will need to check in with marshals at each checkpoint. We recommend that you walk in pairs or more. We strongly suggest that you bring a blister kit (including plasters and antiseptic cream) There will be toilets along the route. At each checkpoint (approximately every 10-15k), there will be a water stop where there will be varying facilities available to you, including an additional water supply if you are running low on water. During the event there will be points where you can buy refreshments however we would strongly advise you to bring your own supplementary snacks as well.

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