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Register your Interest for 2023 and we will be in touch with launch details!

Register your Interest for 2023 and we will be in touch with launch details!

Over The Moon Ultra

OTM
  • Calendar

    Date TBC

  • Distance

    52.4 miles

  • Location

    Holyrood Park

  • Requirements

    Event subject to licence and permissions*

Register your Interest for 2023 and we will be in touch with launch details!

For the cost of the challenge, you will get...

  • Training Plan Pink Outline

    Training Plan

  • Cap Pink Outline

    Cap

  • Support Pink Outline

    Support

  • Tech T Shirt Reverted 203Px X 109Px

    Unique T-Shirt

  • WTW BRA OUTLINE Reverted 203Px X 109Px

    Bra to decorate

And lots more!

£79.00

Minimum fundraising is £350.00

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Double the distance and go Over The Moon!

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Please note, that all information below currently relates to 2022!

52.4 miles in just 14 hours!

Take on not just one marathon at The MoonWalk Scotland, but two marathons and all within 14 hours... see the beautiful city of Edinburgh once by night, and once by day, a very different experience indeed!

The Over The Moon Challenge is Walk the Walk's very own unique ultra-marathon and the longest MoonWalk distance... and within a tough target time, this is the ultimate MoonWalk endurance challenge!

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A tough but incredible challenge... a great achievement for me!

How far is it?

How far is it?

The total distance is 52.4 miles.

How to join and costs

To take part in the Over The Moon Ultra challenge, you will need to pay an entry fee of £79.00

What's included?

Lots! You will receive 2 Packs: a Welcome Walker Pack and a Final Event Pack! These will include all you need to take on and complete this Challenge! A beanie to keep you safe and seen, an exclusive bra T-shirt, cap, Bra for you to decorate, plus a bespoke Over the Moon Ultra Training Plan! and more! 

What is the age restriction?

This is a tough challenge and you will have to be a minimum of 18 years of age on the event night.

Is there a time limit on the challenge?

The time limit is 14 hours from the Opening Start of The MoonWalk Scotland.

This is an ultra-marathon distance within a challenging time frame and not for the faint-hearted.

Fundraising

We ask that everyone who enters The Over the Moon Ultra 2022 aims to raise a minimum of £350.00.

As it is a Unique Challenge there are fundraising deadlines to be met.

We have a fantastic fundraising team who will help you along the way to reach the minimum fundraising and beyond.

Training for this Challenge

You will receive a bespoke Training Plan that has been created for this challenge in your Walker Pack. The Training Plan is intense as it has to prepare you for a big challenge and will include training on consecutive days with high mileage. As well as Power Walking we also suggest taking on other activities such as swimming and Pilates to build core strength and stamina. 

Looking for more information?

Would you like to speak to someone about this Challenge? Give the unique challenges team a call on 01483 741430 or send them an email here.

More information to come closer to the MoonWalk.

 

See what it's all about!

What our Walkers have to say...

A night i will never forget... 2 Marathons in under 14 hours! But I DID IT! Thank you WTW!- Sammie

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What a challenge I loved, loved it - hard, but the finish line was the best!- Josephine!

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It's a tough, but amazing challenge, it will test even the strongest of Power Walkers... dig deep and get a wiggle on! By following the Training Plan provided, you will be covering over 400 miles in your training. You should be aiming for 13-14 minute miles in order to meet the time frame!

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Thank you! In 2022 so far we have raised

£2,586,466

For vital breast and other cancer causes in Scotland!

Find out where the money goes
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