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The Walks' Terms and Conditions and Privacy Statement have been updated for 2019. Please make sure you have read these before registering for 2019's K2B or C2B walk.

Team registration for the 2019 walks opens on the 21st January. You will need to give your team coordinator your 6 digit member ID prior to this; if you don't already have a member ID please register here.

Thanks to all who took part in 2018's K2B and C2B walks. A massive £333,205 was given away to your charities and good causes; see our Charity Awards page for the full detail.

Watch out for more info on this year's walks which will be held on the 11th May 2019.

 

Please be aware that due to some work on the website in prepartion for registration opening, you may have received an email saying you received a donation. Please ignore this as it was sent in error.

K2B Start (Walkers)

Swirls car park

  • Miles to go: 37.51

    The 2019 start is close to the northern end of Thirlmere. Details are subject confirmation, dependent on availability of access to the west of the lake. There is very limited capacity for drop-off in the start area, and no space for parking vehicles, so all walkers are strongly encouraged to use the Happy Buses to get there. If you plan to arrive in your own car, please follow the support vehicle instructions on the following page.

    • Support vehicle drop off (no parking)
    • Toilets - at the walker assembly area

    SAFETY: There will be many walkers, and some moving vehicles in the start area. Stay alert, and pay attention to instructions from marshals. Once you've crossed the start line, walk at a pace that comes naturally. If you go either above or below your natural pace you’ll tire far more rapidly, both physically and mentally. While it’s good to journey with other walkers, you should ensure that their pace is close to yours. Completing the walk safely is much more important than a fast time. Many problems can be avoided by taking just a little longer, and allowing time for eating sugary/salty snacks at support points, drinking plenty of fluids, and tending minor injuries. Good luck!