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Stuck for a gift idea? Buy your loved one, friend (or foe!), the gift of a superpower. Purchase one of our Gift Vouchers and they can turn their miles into trees! Changing the world one step at a time. The vouchers can be redeemed for any of our races.


Join our club and for £6.95 a month you could plant a tree every day you’re active – running, walking, cycling or rolling. It doesn’t matter how far or how fast – just that you’re active. It’s cheaper than the gym, better for the planet.


CELEBRATE WORLD BEE DAY! (Just what our seeded medals were made for!) Celebrate World Bee Day and sign up to our Buzz Series of races. You choose 5k, 10k, Half or Full Marathons and every race you complete, we plant trees that help ALL our critters.


Oceans and trees go hand in hand together when we’re fighting climate change and the effects of rising sea levels. One Ocean, One Climate, One Future. Together. Come and join a challenge to help the planet.


Celebrate that run by changing the planet! You’ll be fighting climate change and helping natural habits every step of the way.


Can you be more epic than turning your miles into trees?! Celebrate Earth Day 2023 by taking on a challenge and reward your hard work by changing the world for good. This year more trees than ever. Now, that’s epic!


Let the memory live on. Hit the trails, pound the streets and celebrate the life of someone dear by doing 5k, 10k, half or full marathon in their memory. Your miles will plant trees leaving a legacy for future generations.


Light up the skies in 2023 by collecting all 7 meteor showers and changing the planet for good.

Choose to do 5k, 10k, half marathon, full marathon, 50k or 100k and capture the light. The miles can be done in one go or over a series of runs/walks/rolls.

Every challenge you do will plant trees and make a difference here on earth. Purchase all 7 at the same time and get a 10% discount!*

*Races must be bought at the same time to qualify for the discount.

Quadrantids Challenge

Capture the Quadtrantids by going the distance and planting trees!
Visible between 26th December – 16th January. Peaks: 3-4th January 2023

Lyrids Challenge

Light up the skies by taking on a Lyrids meteor challenge and planting trees!
Visible between 15th April – 29th April. Peaks: 22-23rd April 2023

eta Aquariids Challenge

Achieve new heights by taking on the eta Aquariids meteor challenge and planting trees!
Visible between 15th April – 17th May. Peaks: 5th – 6th May 2023

alpha Capricornids Challenge

Capture the skies with the alpha Capricornids meteor challenge and plant trees!
Visible between 7th July – 15th August. Peaks: 30th – 31st July 2023

Southern Delta Aquariids Challenge

Achieve new heights by taking on the eta Aquariids meteor challenge and planting trees!
Visible between 18th July – 21st August. Peaks: 30th – 31st July 2023

Perseids Challenge

Capture the Perseids by going the distance and planting trees!
Visible between 14th July – 21st September. Peaks: 12th–13th August 2023

Orionids Challenge

Take on the Orionids by going the distance and planting trees!
Visible between 26th September – 22nd November 2023. Peaks: 20th – 21st October 2023

The 2023 Mother Earth Series

Mother Nature or Mother Earth has been worshipped and respected across many lands over many ages. To honour our planet we’ve created 12 Mother Earth Challenges to celebrate each culture and to give back to Pachamama or Papahānaumoku by turning your miles into trees.

When we honour nature as we are a part of it rather than separate to it we will finally find balance.

Love the earth in all her glory. Purchase all 12 at the same time and get a 10% discount!*

*Races must be bought at the same time to qualify for the discount.

01: Pachamama series

Pachamama is revered by the indigenous people of the Andes, and in Inca mythology she was Earth Mother. Presiding over planting and harvesting, emodying mountains and causing earthquakes. She has the creative power to sustain life on earth.

02: Jörd series

Jörd, translates from Old Norse as “Earth”, she was also called Fjörgyn, or Hlódyn. In Norse mythology, Jörd was a giantess, who was mother of Thor, and mistress of the god Odin. Her name is connected with that of the Lithuanian thunder god Perkun; both are thought to be related to Old High German forha, or “oak”.

03: Mat Zemlya Series

Mat Zemlya is the Earth Mother in Slavic mythology. She was also known as Mati Syra Zemlya meaning Mother Damp Earth or Mother Moist Earth. She was one of the most important deities in the Slavic world. Slavs made oaths by touching the Earth, and sins were confessed into a hole in the Earth before death. She was worshipped in her natural form and was not given a human personage or likeness.

04: Unki Maka Series

The Native American Lakota People, call Earth, Unci Maka, ‘our Sacred Grandmother’. She is the giver of all our lives, our nourishing foods, and we are connected through her rivers. We are entwined with Unci Maka in all that we do, and we must honour her and learn to be a relative to all living things and all things of the earth.

05: Gaia Series

In Greek mythology, Gaia is the personification of the Earth and she is one of the Greek primordial deities. Gaia is the ancestral mother of all life including Uranus (the Sky), Ourea (the Mountains), and Pontus (the Sea). She is said to have given birth to the Titans who went on to rule the Greeks.

06: Asase Yaa / Afua Series

In Ghana and the Ivory Coast, Asase Yaa and Asase Afua become as one. Asase Yaa is depicted as an old woman, Old Mother Earth, and as such she is regarded as the Goddess of the barren places on earth, and the mother of the dead and Goddess of Truth and Peace. Asase Afua by contrast, is depicted as a youthful, incredibly beautiful woman. She is regarded as the Goddess of the fertile places on earth, fertility, farming, love and procreation. She is credited as being the nurturer of the earth and is considered to provide sustenance for all.

07: Amalur series

Amalur (Basque for “Mother Earth”), was the goddess of the earth in the religion of the ancient Basque people. She was the mother of Ekhi, the sun, and Ilazki, the moon. The Basque people believed Amalur to not only be the goddess of the earth, but the earth itself. She holds the life force that powers the world. Her power allows life to exist.

08: Leimarel Sidabi Series

The Meitei People from Manipur in Northeast India have long revered Leimarel Sidabi, the goddess of earth, nature and the household. She is the mother of every living being un the universe.

09: Papahanaumoku Series

In the religion and mythology of the ancient Hawaiians, Papahānaumoku — often simply called Papa — is the Earth Mother, and she is still worshipped by some Hawaiians, especially by women, as a primordial force of creation who has the power to give life and to heal. Her spirit is that of the life-giving, loving, forgiving Earth who nurtures human life, and who is being abused by the misdeeds of mankind, especially in regard to the abuse of nature.

10: DHÉGHOM Series

Dhéǵhōm is the Mother Earth worshipped in an area of Eurasia in the Neolithic ages. She is generally portrayed as the vast and dark abode of mortals, the one who bears all things and creatures. Dʰéǵʰōm is commonly associated in Indo-European traditions with fertility, growth, and death, and is conceived as the origin and final dwelling of human beings.

11: HouTu Series

Hòutǔ, ‘the Queen of the Earth’ has many names, Hòutǔshén, ‘Goddess Queen of the Earth’, Hòutǔ Niángniáng ‘Deep Earth Lady’, also Dimǔ ‘Mother Earth’). She is the deity of deep earth and soil in Chinese religion and mythology and is believed to help create the map of the Yellow River to ensure the river flowed the right way.

12: Žemyna Series

Žemyna, from the Lithuanian: žemė, meaning earth, is the goddess of the earth and Mother of the Forests, in the Lithuanian religion. She is usually regarded as mother goddess and one of the chief Lithuanian gods. Žemyna personifies the fertile earth and nourishes all life on earth, human, plant, and animal.


Running an actual LIVE race elsewhere, with real people, but still want to plant trees with your miles AND see the impact you’ve made? Add one of our Branch Out bolt-ons and you can! There’s no fuss. No frills. No medals. Just planting trees with your miles. Wherever you run, you’re still an epic Earth Runner!



Our climate is in crisis, planting more trees and fighting deforestation is one part of the solution. You maybe running a virtual race but you're contributing to an actual solution. You run the miles and we partner with organisations worldwide to plant the trees. It’s simple, it’s easy, it’s fun.