The world’s northern-most capital city. The land of fire and ice. A cultural festival like no other. A Marathon.


The Reykjavik Marathon returns for its 29th instalment this year, and at the risk of spoiling the surprise, it will be an amazing, unforgettable event. It always is. Attracting around 13,000 runners the event is popular yet intimate, and offers an experience which other events just can’t.


The city, the scenery, the people and the atmosphere are just part of what makes the Reykjavik Marathon such a special occasion. 


The course itself is one of the most runner-friendly out there. Aside from the beautiful mountain and city scenery, the route is smoothly paved and very flat, combining with pleasant mid-teen temperatures to create a thoroughly enjoyable run for all involved.


As if this magnificent running experience wasn’t enough, the Reykjavik Marathon coincides with Reykjavik Culture Night, the anniversary of the Icelandic capital.


This means that a party atmosphere consumes the city on race day, and participants have the chance to celebrate the night away Icelandic style! With everything from string quartets to rock bands, art exhibitions to air shows and an impressive fireworks display to top it off, Reykjavik Culture Night is an unforgettable way to finish an unforgettable event.



Have fun, challenge yourself and help inspire young lives with the Palace to Palace bike ride, supported by Saudi Aramco.


This 45 mile route offers arguably some of the best sights of any UK cycle ride. From the start line alongside St. James’s Park, you’ll set off down the tree-lined Mall towards Buckingham Palace before heading off to follow the River Thames. You’ll then ride through Fulham, across Putney Bridge and enter Richmond Park, don’t forget to be on the lookout for the magnificent red and fallow deer.  Next you’ll cycle towards Kingston-upon-Thames, cross back over the river into Bushy Park and up to Virginia Water and Egham before you reach Windsor and the end of the ride at the Royal Windsor Racecourse.


You can sign up on your own or as a team with friends, family or work colleagues. 


There is a £35 (rising to £40 on 1st July) entry fee per person and we ask all riders to raise at least £90 in sponsorship. Your sponsorship can make a huge difference to young people in your community



In return you’ll receive:

®   Full support from The Prince’s Trust Palace to Palace team

®   Training plan created especially for Palace to Palace

®   Essential events pack containing your unique souvenir T-shirt and stylish brochure packed full of information

®   Fundraising tips and advice to help you raise as much sponsorship as possible

®   Your own online sponsorship page

®   A Palace to Palace medal and packed lunch to enjoy at the end village



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