From 10,000 steps a day to 100 km treks, there are loads of fantastic ways to get walking for NASS
Join an Ultra Challenge as a Team or as an Individual - you'll receive great hospitality, free food & drink, with full support through day & night to get you to the finish line. It's a challenge, but it could be the most rewarding experience you've had for years!
The London 2 Brighton Challenge is one of the UK's greatest endurance events. Most will walk the 100km; some will jog it, and many will run it as an ultra-marathon. If you don't fancy the whole 100km course, you can choose the 1st half 56km option or the 2nd half 44km route. Come and walk from capital to coast for NASS on 26-27 May 2018!
The Thames Path Challenge foillows the unique Thames Path National Trail, with its beautiful scenery, steeped in history, and the eastern section voted the 2nd best urban walk in the world! The trail serves as a stunning backdrop for an incredible event. Taking place on 9-10 September 2017.
The Isle of White Challenge follows the majestic coastal path for 106km right around England's largest island. You'll enjoy spectacular coastlines, dramatic white cliffs, & sandy beaches. Taking place on 5-6 May 2018.
The Cotswolds Way Challenge replaces the London to Cambridge Challenge. Taking place on July 2018, this challenge will cover the beautiful surroundings of the Cotswolds.
Take on some of England's finest scenery in the South Coast Challenge on 26-27 August 2017 - up Beachy Head, through 7 Sisters, and along the South Downs Way to a Brighton midpoint. Devils Dyke and stunning views lie ahead before historic Arundel comes into view after an amazing 100km journey.
If you still need that extra bit of inspiration, watch this brilliant video about the Ultra Challenge Series!
If any of these challenges have inspired you to get walking for NASS, follow the instructions on how to enter or email us for more information.
Walk Your AS Off is a community organisation that holds walking events from 1-31 May, and a one day event on World Arthritis Day on 12 October.
We walk to raise awareness of AS and the family of related diseases. Tracking our daily steps and setting team goals, we walk where we live and work without the need to attend any events. Our walks bring people and teams together all over the globe. At the end, we see which team has walked the most steps!
There'll be two British teams joining this year - the AS Buzzers and the Orange Apples - so you can choose a side and get involved in some friendly competition!