WPW 2021 has been cancelled (COVID) Entry forms for next year will be available on 1st October
An annual walk across the stunning White Peak is now in its 36th year, which will take place on Saturday 9 July 2022.
Registration is open from 8am and the walk starts promptly at 10am.
This 26-mile Challenge Walk takes in the beautiful hills and dales of the White Peak area of the Peak District National Park, which starts and finishes in Monyash.
The challenge is to complete the circuit within 12 hours and certificates will be awarded to everyone who achieves this. Individual trophies will be awarded to the first man, woman, male veteran and female veteran to complete the course.
The £17.00 entry fee includes:
- An embroidered souvenir White Peak Walk badge
- Water at every checkpoint (biscuits at some)
- Pie & peas and cups of tea at the finish
- Certificates to all finishers
- Transport to finish for those who retire early
- A copy of the results
Please note: other than the track through Manners Wood, the route is not waymarked and you will be expected to navigate the route yourself using OS maps.
All proceeds raised will go to local worthy causes.
Proud to support Kinder Mountain Rescue & RAYNET
We are extremely fortunate to have the Kinder Mountain Rescue Team, providing First Aid cover,
along with RAYNET who will provide communications during the day.
If you wish to find out more about these organisations click on their logos, below, to visit their websites.
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COVID update 16th June 2021 Unfortunately, we’ve decided that with the extension of the lockdown restrictions, it would not be feasible to stage the WPW this year. The event has become known for its light, friendly atmosphere and with the restrictions in place, we feel that the essential spirit would not be present. We would […]
The weather this year was pretty much ideal: a pleasant sunny day but not too hot. Allowing for no-shows and a few entries on the day, we started the field with 302 entrants, which regarding that we aim for 300 wasn’t bad! Results for the 2019 event: First Man Jonathan Kinder: 4 hours 4 minutes […]