You are responsible for your personal items on the event and an equipment and clothing list will be available to download from the Participant's Area. Some items are essential/compulsory, others recommended.
You will need a daypack (c30l) to carry the recommended personal items throughout the event including wet weather gear, warm clothing, water, snacks, sun protection, personal first aid kit, and personal items.
At registration you will be issued with a event bib (to be worn on your back/backpack during the challenge), an event pass & lanyard to be worn / carried with you as it will have your timing chip on it, and a route map pack with emergency contact details and the full route on it for use during the event.
There will be a baggage transfer service (at an extra charge) from the start to the finish line for a single piece of baggage not exceeding 75l/20kg - this is bookable on event day. Participants who retire from the challenge will be responsible for claiming their baggage at the finish line.
100km Runners will have an extra baggage service - where you will be able to access your bags at the half-way mid point on the challenge should you not wish to run with your bags. Half & Quarter Challenge runners will also have a baggage service for free to take a small rucksack (no larger than a 30l backpack) to their finish line.