All about Virtual Journeys

Heard of a Virtual Journey but not sure what they are? This article tells you all you need to know about our Virtual Journey Solution

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Written by Emma Smith
Updated over a week ago

What are Virtual Journeys?

A virtual Journey is a Virtual map-based challenge, where you challenge your fundraisers to "travel" from A to B, wherever they are in the world.

You can find out more information on our virtual map-based challenges on our website here and view a demo event here.

What maps do you have available?

We currently have the following maps available

  • Lands End to John O'Groats

  • The Inca Trail

  • London to Brighton

  • Dover to Calais

  • North Coast 500

  • The London Run (26.2 miles)

  • Royal Parks Half (13.1 miles)

  • The National Three Peaks

  • Mount Kilimanjaro Trek

  • The Great Rift Valley

  • West Highland Way

  • Coast to Coast

  • Mizen Head to Malin Head

  • Cambrian Way

  • Santa Dash: Lapland 5k

  • Santa Dash: Lapland 10k

  • Santa Dash: Lapland 20k

Can you complete the route as a team?

Yes, the route can be completed individually or as a team.

Can we create our own map?

You can design your own route with your own milestones. If this is something you are interested in creating, you can contact us here or find out more information via [email protected].

What are the entry fees associated with virtual journeys?

There's a £4 Google Maps fee on each entry, as well as your usual ticketing and payment processing fees. So we recommend the entry fee is a minimum of £5.99 per individual to cover costs.

How do we add a virtual map to our account?

If you would like to set up a virtual map please contact us here or speak to a member of the team through [email protected]. If you choose one of our ready made maps we can get this added to your account within a couple of days.

A virtual map has been added to our account, what do we do now?

For more information on setting up your virtual map, click here.

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