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St Peter’s Way Ultra

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St Peter's Way is a 45 mile footpath meandering through the countryside of Essex, from Chipping Ongar to the ancient chapel of St Peter-on-the-Wall at Bradwell on Sea. This will be a great race, but tough, due to the uneven underfoot conditions with the possibility of lots of muddy tracks. This is a historic and scenic route steeped in history and dating back to 653AD.

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7 Reviews
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  • Organisation
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Nicki B
"Second year of running this race, so was happy that we wouldn't get..."

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Bob H
"Let's be honest, this is a tough 42 ish miles to the coast through some great..."

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Charlie T
"Excellent organisation with clear instructions and a personal touch - emails..."
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How to enter the St Peter’s Way Ultra

  1. Ultra Marathon

    Run 43mi
    £40–£50
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St Peter’s Way Ultra weather forecast

Light rain and dangerously windy in the morning.

13°C
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5°C
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IconModerate breeze possible, up to 17mph

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St Peter’s Way Ultra reviews (7)

5 out of 5 stars

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  • Did the Ultra Marathon in 2018

    Second year of running this race, so was happy that we wouldn't get lost.....although we had covered all bases by using a GPS tracker watch aswell this year! Route as I remembered...............but it was freezing! Last year I ran mainly in a short sleeved t-shirt....this year base layer, t-shirt & race jacket for 90% of the time. However it did mean that it wasn't muddy.....just rock hard mud.....which meant being careful about not twisting an ankle......although sadly one of our runners did & had to pull out.
  • Did the Ultra Marathon in 2018

    Let's be honest, this is a tough 42 ish miles to the coast through some great varied scenery. My only regret was not thoroughly checking the weather conditions beforehand. We had a biting wind from the east and given the fact it's 42 miles straight east I wish I'd had warmer base layers. The underfoot was pretty solid too for a trail this time of year so should have opted for standard trail shoes rather than my mudclaws. Watch out for the navigation,if you're not sure of the route or don't have a gps gadget you'll get lost, guarantee it!!
  • Did the Ultra Marathon in 2018

    Excellent organisation with clear instructions and a personal touch - emails answered and nothing too much trouble. The course is tough but archievable - navigation info really sound with gps files provided. Highly recommended if want to try an ultra.
  • Did the Ultra Marathon in 2018

    I really enjoyed it. I found recceing the course helped on the day, so we didn't go wrong.
  • Did the Ultra Marathon in 2018

    Pretty much all the questions I might have had were answered in the race description on the website/email
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