Junior Badminton Tournament →
The True Grit Wetwheels Challenge returns on Sunday 20 March 2022!
This challenge is a 4.3KM running race with a difference as the course is set in a unique and stunning location, taking runners on a challenging adventure through the Ronez Quarry site on Jersey’s rugged North coast.
The physical but fun route involves tough terrain and challenging climbs, all whilst navigating around the gigantic Ronez machinery and equipment!
Set in one of Jersey’s most remarkable environments, runners will start their race in a series of waves at the top of the quarry, then make their way 28 metres below sea level to the pit before starting the climb back out. This tough course is made well worth it by the panoramic views over to the North coast of Jersey at the finish.
The pit is currently at 30 metres below sea level the team at Ronez Quarry may get as low at 36 metres below sea level by race day – the course may change with the quarry depth, so runners should be prepared for a maximum distance of 5KM with a total elevation of 130m!
Our challenge has been created to raise funds and awareness for the local charity, Wetwheels Jersey, who provides the opportunity for all disabled people, including those with profound and complex disabilities, to access the sea in a safe, stimulating and rewarding way on board a specially built, fully accessible powerboat.
Get your friends, family and colleagues involved in this challenging run to raise money for Wetwheels Jersey.
Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Experienced
Suitable For: Adults
09:00am - 01:00pm
Please note that you should always check with the organiser that the event is still going ahead. You should also check the organiser’s safeguarding and health and safety policies prior to attending.