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The Cleveland Hike

The Cleveland Hike is designed to let you test your fitness, orienteering skill and determination by competing against other teams of hikers across the weekend. Entrants can choose to compete in the full two day competition (30 miles) or either of the single day events (choose from 10 or 20 miles).

Running for over 50 years, our team are well experienced and with support from expert partners such as the British Army, Cleveland Search & Rescue and more, you can be assured the event is extremely well organised, safe and ultimately a whole lot of fun.

Check out our event timeline for a more detailed run down of what to expect over the weekend.

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