Walk around Bristol in a month!
Join us throughout March and challenge yourself to walk the circumference of Bristol. This is a virtual walk that can take place anywhere at any point during the month, celebrating our lovely city!
If you would like to take part in this challenge we ask if you can walk 110km (68 miles) from the 1st – 31st March. This length is the circumference around the city. You can take part in this walk anywhere you wish over a number of days / weeks as long as you start and end inside the month.
Walk details – 110km / 68 miles / 195,711 steps
Interested in joining this challenge? Register your interest HERE
How to take part
All you need to do is start walking and measure your distance. You can measure the length by remembering how many miles you’ve made; or if you would like to use an app, we recommend Strava, a Fitbit or pedometer.
You can take part in this challenge independently or get a team together and your miles can be added collectively!
You are also welcome to join our Walk and Talk team, we meet in green spaces in Bristol every Wednesday morning and in South Glos every Friday morning. All you need to do to join is register as a member and we’ll email you out our meeting places.
Places we recommend visiting include the cultural harbourside, scenic views across Clifton Downs and peaceful Ashton Court.
We’d love to have you on board. This challenge is completely accessible and costs nothing to join. All you need to do is register your interest HERE – we will then get in touch and send you one of our sports tops so you can show everyone what you’re walking for.
If you’re interested in fundraising for us, set up a JustGiving page HERE. Just press Start Fundraising and you can join the other fundraisers who are taking part. As a small community led charity, with very little in staff costs and overheads, your fundraising will directly benefit our mental health support services.
Any donations made will directly fund our mental health support groups and befriending service, helping people to make positive changes to their life and mental wellbeing.