Thames Path (Wheelchair) Challenge

Saturday 12th September 2015

Could you join the SCMSTC team to take part in the first section of The Thames Path Challenge? It’s a 25km (15.5mile) walk suitable for able bodied and wheelchair users with just a little help from a friend!
The Thames Path is the only long distance path to follow a river for most of its length. Our route begins at Bishop’s Park, next to Putney Bridge, and on through leafy Kew and Richmond past the last non-tidal lock at Teddington, finishing at Hurst Park near the Royal palace of Hampton Court.

London to Hampton – 25km

  • Walkers begin at 10:15am at Bishop’s Park, Fulham.
  • Most walkers take between 4-7 hours
  • Mostly scenic countryside, with a mix of some urban areas.
  • Mid Point rest stop at approximately 12/13km (7-8 miles) with FREE snacks.
  • Disabled toilets at each stop.
  • Minimum age 12 (accompanied by a +18 year old)
  • Fully marked route with clear signage. Pink arrows / glowsticks.
  • Gpx files available. Google map downloads available. Route card supplied.
  • Final route for 2015 will be communicated closer to the Challenge.
  • Finish line at Hurst Park, Hampton Court
  • FREE celebratory hot meal at the finish!
  • Good train links back to London.
  • Organised by Action Challenge

£29 to sign up & register + £175 fundraising target for SCMSTC
For more information check out the Thames Path website or email Lisa and click here to sign up!
Alternatively if you want a bigger challenge try the 50k or 100k Thames Path route from London all the way to Henley! (not suitable for wheelchairs)