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RunDevon 2021

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Do you have what it takes to #RunDevon?

Event Dates



21st - 22nd August



The Route



Lynmouth to Wembury



Total Distance



105 Miles



Total Ascent



13,800ft

Welcome to RunDevon 2021; a spectacular two day ultra-marathon challenge, and epic charity fundraiser event, for solo runners and relay running teams.

This August, we are challenging YOU to run across Devon, to raise life-changing funds for local young people in need.

We are looking for courageous solo runners and fearless running teams to take part in this year's #RunDevon challenge, all in the name of charity. The #RunDevon challenge is an ultra-marathon journey from coast to coast, across the county of Devon, following the magnificent Two Moors Way route. Our most epic fundraiser yet; #RunDevon can be undertaken as a solo expedition, or as a fun relay challenge in teams or 2 or 4.





The #RunDevon challenge can be undertaken solo, or as a relay in teams of 2 or 4.





Every runner will receive an sign-up digital pack, a #RunDevon running top and event medal, along with an abundance of support.





The #RunDevon challenge will be a self-navigation running event. Each runner will be issued with a GPS tracker, so our event organisers can ensure safety at all times.





Entries for the #RunDevon challenge will open on the 17th April 2021. Sign up will be limited to a maximum of 50 participants.



Do you think you have got what it takes to #RunDevon? Would you like to sponsor our epic event, or volunteer to help during the run?

Register your interest today, and stay up to date with all things #RunDevon, by signing up to our mailing list below.



Register your interest in RunDevon 2021

The Route

The RunDevon 2021 route follows the Two Moors Way, and covers over 105 miles.

Read about the Two Moors Way

RunDevon 2020

In September 2020, Plymouth dad Ollie Jackman ran 125 miles in three days, from the North to the South of Devon; taking on the #RunDevon challenge, to raise awareness and gather donations for our services.

After weeks of being locked down during the COVID-19 pandemic, and motivated to make a difference to support young people in need; Ollie partnered with Young Devon to create the ‘RunDevon’ fundraising campaign.

Inspired by Ollie's feat (and feet)?

Watch #RunDevon 2020