Are you looking for your next challenge?
For the next Virtual event we're heading over to the USA to the Appalachian Trail! If you're not aware of the AT, it's a 2190 mile trail extending between Springer Mountain in Georgia to Mount Katahdin in Maine featuring more than 156,972 metres of elevation. Every year thousands of hikers attempt the trail....only a quarter finish! Will you conquer the trail?
Get your trail legs warmed up!
One of the USA's premier trails with Fastest Known Times (Northbound) from Karel Sabbe completing the trail in 41d, 7h, 39m in 2018 taking the record off Scott Jurek. And Liz 'Mercury' Anjos holding a Female Northbound FKT of 51d, 16h, 30m.
Southbound FKT held by Karl Meltzer in 45d, 22h and 38m and by Jennifer Pharr-Davis in 46d, 11h, 20m.
Start - ENTRIES NOW OPEN
Those taking on the 210 Miles or the 465 Miles receive an incredible MOUNTAIN 'Limited Edition' Medal.
And those on the 2190 Miles qualify for a bespoke 14cm 'Special Edition' MOUNTAIN COMPASS Design medal with additional prizes for the first 3 Male and Female finishers for the 210, 465 and the 2190 mile receiving a GB Ultras Lion shield.
Take on the GB Ultras Virtual Series!
A set of live online ultra-marathon events that will give you a challenge to aspire to within a set timescale. There's live online mapping from GB Race Tracker updating your 'virtual' position on the race route with your personalised runner profile. Technology from Race Tracker takes participants on great trails from all over World!
There are virtual distances of 5km, 10km, Half-Marathon, Marathon, 50 Mile, 100 Mile, 663 Mile, 763 Mile (GHT) and 1592 Miles to choose from along a variety of routes.
How it works
Choose your race
During the race
When the race opens you can start your run! (You don't have to complete the race in one run) When you finish your run that day, simply let us know the distance you ran and we will move your pin that distance on the progress map.
Completing the race
At anytime you can view the leaderboard on the GB Racetracker website to see how everyone is doing. The winner of the race will be the person who accumulated the required distance first...simples!