IOW Ultra Challenge

Take on the IOW Ultra Challenge for UKSA in 2024!

Great challenges need great settings – and none are better than the Island’s coastal path. 2,000 adventurers of all experience levels will walk, jog or run the Isle of Wight Challenge in 2024 – and go all out to push themselves further. You can pick your distance, with 10 mile, quarter, half and the full 106km challenge to choose from!

It’s along the spectacular southern cliffs, past the iconic Needles and up to historic Cowes at the half way stop. For Full Island challengers it’s on to the cliffs of Ventnor, and back to our welcome Base Camp in Chale after an epic 106km journey.

You’ll get full support & hospitality all the way, and with half & quarter Island options also – there’s an Isle of Wight Challenge for everyone! Your entry includes free food and drink at regular rest stops, plus support including medics, marshals and massage. As you cross the finish line, you’ll get a glass of fizz, t-shirt, and a medal to commemorate your achievement.

By taking part in this incredible IOW Ultra adventure, you’ll be directly contributing to UKSA’s mission of  transforming lives through the power of the sea.  Your fundraising efforts will open doors for deserving individuals, providing them with access to life-changing experiences on the water.

Choose the distance that right for you!

100km: Registration fee £40 with a commitment to fundraise £575

75km: Registration fee £35 with a commitment to fundraise £450

50km: Registration fee £30 with a commitment to fundraise £360

25km: Registration fee £20 with  commitment to fundraise £240

Visit the IOW Ultra Challenge website directly to register for your chosen distance:

Register Today

Once you have registered UKSA will be in touch and will send you a fundraising pack to help you to reach your sponsorship goal!  In the meantime, if you have any questions about the IOW Ultra, don’t hesitate to contact our dedicated fundraising team on [email protected]


Your support will enable UKSA to continue to offer more opportunities to those that need it most, supporting the future development of children and young people onto a pathway to a brighter future.