Escape the everyday and explore the beautiful South Downs National Park at Brighton Trail Weekend.
NEW for 2023 is the addition of BRIGHTON TRAIL WALK. This will be a ‘not-to-be-missed’ opportunity to walk the marathon distance on a stunning, fully supported route through the South Downs, finishing in the tranquil woodland and fields of Stanmer Park Estate to celebrate in the Event Village.
Conquer the six hills, including the famous Ditchling Beacon, and be rewarded with incredible views. Challenging yet achievable, this amazing route is a fantastic adventure for anyone wanting to complete a marathon distance.
Register your interest by 23:59 on 24th August for your chance to secure an Early Bird place before entries open to the public, and to receive more information.
Don’t miss out on an unforgettable adventure.
Experience a unique coast to countryside walk over the marathon distance on 11th June 2023.
Start on Brighton seafront from East Brighton Park and head straight into the beautiful South Downs National Park. Discover rolling hills, chalky trails and Sussex woodlands.
Have peace of mind that our event team are never far away, offering marshalling and support at Aid Stations throughout as well as nutrition and hydration. Stop for a light lunch at the half way point.
Finish your walk at the Event Village in Stanmer Park and enjoy beautiful surroundings with friends & family as you celebrate your incredible achievement.
Don’t miss out on a truly unforgettable and life-changing adventure.
Register your interest to receive more info and first chance to secure an Early Bird entry.
The marathon route for the 2022 event was a huge success – this will be subject to some change in 2023 but we will be sure to maintain the challenge of the hill climbs.
Together with South Downs National Park and Brighton & Hove City Council, we are working to creating a sustainable event as possible and to give something back to the land we will pass through.
£1 from every entry for this event will go to National Trails to help maintain The South Downs and the trails that wind through them.
We will also be working to offer participants sustainable medals, as well as operating a vigorous on-site ‘leave no trace’ policy.
We will also committed to supporting National Trails in their quest to get more people out running and walking safely in the South Downs, finding the confidence to run off-road and plan their own routes.