Relentless - 2 | Stairway to Nowhere

Relentless - 2 | Stairway to Nowhere

Relentless Challenge Series

Complete each challenge within series to earn your finishers pip.

  • Brief


7-Day Elevation Accumulator

Elevation Accumulator
+1 per 100ft
Bonus Points
+2 for every activity started by 6:00am
Milestone Bonus Points
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4

Challengers must run or walk and accumulate up to 3,000ft of elevation gain in as many or as little separate activities as they like within 7-days of starting.

As this series is called Relentless, yet again, bonus points are awarded for each workout started before 6am.


  • Submit individual workouts separately

    In order for us to verify your submission correctly we require you to submit each individual workout separately to the submission portal.


  • Perform Hill Repeats

    Some people may not have the luxury of living next to a range of hills in which to accumulate the elevation gain in one hit. To those people, we recommend finding the biggest point of elevation they have nearby and performing hill repeats until they hit their elevation target. This may be considered boring but this is a test of mental resilience as well as physical endurance after all.

  • Plan Your Route

    Some fitness trackers do not track elevation in realtime whilst running. That's why we always recommend planning your route before hand on a route planner like PlotaRoute to ensure you hit your target and do not go over needlessly.


  • GPS Fitness Tracker

    Screenshot of activity showing route, distance and time.


Before submitting, please make sure you have your evidence ready. Submit evidence for all of the challenges in the same challenge series by the deadline below to earn your Finishers Pip.

  • Order Number

    Found on your latest membership purchase confirmation email.

  • Evidence


It is highly recommended that you complete the challenge within 7-days of its issue, however, we will accept submissions right up until the end of the series deadline detailed at the top of the page.

Health & Safety

This is a brutal physical challenge for which you are responsible for your own health and safety. It is imperative that you read through, understand and follow our health and safety guidelines before you embark on your challenge attempt. This list is only a guide. It is your responsibility to take the appropriate health and safety measures during the attempt of a challenge.

  • Consult a physician

    You should consult a physician before you begin any strenuous exercise program, such as the one described on this website, especially if you have or suspect that you may have heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, or any other adverse medical conditions. If you feel faint or dizzy at any time while performing any challenges or exercise, stop immediately and seek medical evaluation.  

  • Plan your route

    On running challenges, we strongly recommend planning your route with online running route planners. This leaves out the guesswork, allowing you to know the distance and elevation before you embark on the challenge.

  • Let others know

    When performing any challenge, we strongly recommend you let a friend or family member know what you are doing and where and when you are doing it and what time you are expected to return incase you face any difficulty.

  • Carry a mobile phone

    We strongly advice that you carry with you a fully charged mobile phone and back up battery if possible.

  • Bad weather

    Keep an eye on the weather forecast.

  • Nutrition and hydration

    You are responsible for your own nutrition and hydration as this is a self-disciplined event. Please ensure you have enough fluids and food or adequate access to these. Click here to read our guide on fuelling correctly for this challenge.

Help and Support

If you have any questions or queries please do not hesitate to get in touch.