John O'Groats to Land's End (JOGLE), or it's reverse route (Land's End to John O'Groats, LEJOG) connects the extreme tips of the island of Great Britain. It's somewhere between 800 and 875 miles, depending on the route chosen. The route has been done on foot and by other means at least since the 1870s, and records are kept for nearly every type of transportation imaginable including:
- 1.4By horse
- 1.9Public transport
- 1.11Paramotor (motorised paraglider)
The Wikipedia page details these FKTs.
"JOGLE + 3 Summits" was first done by Adam Kimble & Kris King. It is the JOGLE with addition of the highest summit in each of the 3 countries along the way: Ben Nevis in Scotland, Scafell Pike in England, Mount Snowdon in Wales.
11th May 2018. I am attempting an FKT of Jogle. I shall post a tracker link here
Here's a bit more info on Mick Kennish-Ward's on-going (started May 11) self-supported JOGLE attempt: https://bpj.org.uk/2018/05/worcester-black-pear-jogger-attempts-to-beat…
Mick seems to have made 258 miles in the first 5 days.
Andy Hind also launched a self-supported JOGLE attempt late on May 14. He's posting updates to Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Whereisandyhind/ (Andy announced his intention in January on our old website), and on http://whereisandy.co.uk/
Here's Andy's tracker link: https://www.gtctrack.com/Track
UPDATE: It seems like both men have abandoned their attempts.
I'll be starting my 5th (and final) attempt at the self-supported record on 29/04/2019 using all the same details as above
My SPOT tracker link is also available on www.whereisandy.co.uk