Our regular calendar of events means there's always a challenge to get involved in to support Venture Trust...
Various dates, 2 locations (Glasgow, Perthshire)
Consider yourself to be the ultimate adrenaline junkie?! Then Venture Trust has the perfect challenge for you.
Working with bungee jump specialists Highland Fling, we are offering a free fall experience of 40 metres, whilst travelling up to 50mph before a bungee jump cord pulls you upright!
For those of you looking for a real buzz then this is the event for you! Experience one of the most exciting and exhilarating events anywhere!
You'll be safely harnessed to a fully qualified instructor as you leave the aircraft at 10,000ft and free-fall for aprox 30 seconds before the parachute is deployed and you gently descend to the ground.
If you've been successsful in gaining a ballot place for this once in a lifetime opportunity to walk over the new Queensferry Crossing why not consider taking part as a fundraiser for Venture Trust?
You'll be supporting individuals in challenging life circumstances on their journey towards more positive futures.
An event for the serious swimmer - a bracing 1.4 mile open water sea swim from South Queensferry to North Queensferry through the Firth of Forth.
You'll be swimming between the iconic Forth Rail Bridge and Forth Road Bridge.
Conquer Britain's iconic 'end to end' challenge by cycling 969 miles in 9 days.
Experience the full range of terrain Britain has to offer as you are guided from the rugged coastline of Cornwall to the rolling hills and valleys of the Peak District right up the barren majesty of the Scottish highlands.
Options for elite athletes and for those wishing to complete a shorter English/Scottish-only stage are also available.
Sunday 24 September 2017
Scotland's newest half marathon takes place just outside Edinburgh along East Lothian Golf Course, the flat and fast route finishes at Scotland's oldest racecourse in Musselburgh. A great event for first time runners or anyone looking for a new personal best!
Sunday 24 September 2017
A Monster Race ... running alongside the shores of the world's most famous loch.
10K and 5K routes also available running through the Highland capital of Inverness and along the banks of the River Ness.
Saturday 30 September & Sunday 1 October 2017
Scotland's largest running event offers either a 10k or half marathon route through Glasgow City Centre - with a great atmosphere and lots of encouragement along the way!
'Super Saturday' offers events for all the family with a toddler dash, family milers and junior heroes.
Saturday 7 October 2017
Why not give yourself a new challenge? The distances of this event make it really accessible, consisting of a 750m open water swim followed by a 5k run.
Takes place in and around Pilmuir Quarry, near Newton Mearns, around 12 miles south of Glasgow.
Saturday 21 October 2017
***EVENT SOLD OUT*** Why not consider this event for 2018?
A run through the heart of malt whisky country. Largely following the Speyside Way, the event offers full marathon, half-marathon, 10k and relay options, taking participants past a number of the area's famous distilleries.
For those who love whisky, there's the added bonus of getting a stamp from each distillery you pass - for each stamp you'll receive the corresponding minatures (at the end of the race!)...
Earlier start time of 5pm on the Sunday for a family friendly event.
An entirely new event for this year... starting at 4pm, competitors will have 6 night-time hours to complete as many 5km trail circuits as possible.
Entries now open for the Edinburgh Marathon Festival 2018...
The Edinburgh Marathon is one of the fastest marathon courses in the UK. Run in the full or half marathon on the Sunday, or take part in the 10k or 5k races the day before. There are also junior races for ages 3 to 18 - so everyone can get involved!
Organise your own...
Want to walk the West Highland Way, cycle the length of the country or break a world record to raise money for Venture Trust? Well, don't let us hold you back!
Annabelle (right) organised her own fundraising challenge - to swim the length of the River Tweed - 96 miles - in her local pool, over three months. She used a free online tracking tool which showed her progress along the river, and used a combination of traditional paper sponsor forms and an online giving page.