Zoom in on the map and click the icons to view events happening around the Trail within the next year. Scroll down for more details about the individual activities.





Plymstock Coastal Walking Group

First session: 14th March 2019 (walks throughout March, April & May).

A new beginners walking group exploring South Devon this spring. More info.


Women Can

29th May 2019, Sidmouth, East Devon

The UK's women-only marathon, three distances availabe taking in the Coast Path. More info.


Rocky Horror Swim Run

Saturday 8th June 2019, Thurlestone, Devon

Incorporates a 15 mile, 7 mile and 3.5 mile swim run and includes the stunning Thurlestone Bay. More info


Jurassic Coast 100

22nd June 2019, Poole, Dorset

100 km from Weymouth to Exmouth or the Full Jurassic Coast, 100 miles from Poole to Exmouth. More info.



Saturday June 29th, Darrmouth, Devon

Forms part of the South West swimrun series and consists of a LONG 8mile and SHORT aquathlon 5.5 mile race. More info.


The Smuggler's Scuttler

June 29th 2019, Sennen, West Cornwall.

The UK's only coastal pirate and smuggler themed half marathon. More info.


North Devon Marathon

Sunday 30th June 2019, Woolacombe, North Devon

The North Devon AONB Marathon, Half Marathon is one of the toughest and most beautiful races in the UK. 2019 sees 10 years of North Devon Marathon, so we have added a 10k route to celebrate. More info.


Wild DartSwim and Aquathlon

Saturday July 20th, Totnes, Devon

Chip timed 2.5k and 5k swim and a 15k aquathlon course offers a hilly, partly off road 8.5mile run to complement the 2.5k swim. Also a shorter 7k distance. More info.


Isle of Purbeck Walking Festival

Friday 13th and Sunday 15th September 2019, Swanage, Dorset

Varied programme of walks led by local experts. More info.


S.A.N.D Ultra

20th – 23rd September 2019, Minehead, Somerset

105 miles and 6000m of ascent it really is a challenge! More info.

Look out for events carrying the Coast Path Friendly badge -

they give back to the Trail




Event organisers, join the Coast Path Friendly scheme here: