How this Virtual Race Works
Complete the distance of Cotswolds Way any time, any pace, anywhere!
The official distance of Cotswolds Way is 100 miles (161 kms).
Run, jog, walk or cycle the 100 miles, record your activity on a tracking app/device, then submit your evidence to claim your medal.
As soon as we receive your evidence, we will send out your medal!
Evidence for all challenges must be received by January 14th 2022 to claim your medal.
If you would like your medal sent straight out before completing your run, or if you are buying as a gift, sign up then check the gift option on the submit evidence form
£2 from every challenge you sign up to will be donated to CALM.
(Medal is approx 60mm x 80mm x 4mm)
Follow the Cotswolds escarpment with its stunning views and charming villages from the beautiful Cotswold market town of Chipping Campden in the north to the World Heritage City of Bath in the south.
The Cotswold Way is a long distance walking trail that runs between the market town of Chipping Campden in the north and the city of Bath in the south.
The trail is 102 miles (164 km) long, and runs for most of its length on the Cotswold escarpment. It passes through many picturesque villages and close to a significant number of historic sites, for example the Roman heritage at Bath, the Neolithic burial chamber at Belas Knap, Sudeley Castle near Winchcombe, Hailes Abbey and many beautiful churches and historic houses.
The Cotswold Way has existed as a promoted long distance walk for over 30 years. Following many years of lobbying by the Ramblers Association and others, its special qualities have been recognised and in 1998 the government approved its development as a National Trail. The Cotswold Way was formally launched as a National Trail in May 2007. This designation is a very special one and there are only a few other trails in England with this special grading.
Find our more about this route here.