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20 Along the Forth 2023

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20 Along the Forth 2023

Edinburgh, Midlothian

EH4 6HU, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Sun 26th March 2023

Starting at 09:00

1 race

£26.00

Organiser's Description

20 Along the Forth, 26th March 2023

* This beautiful 20 mile event is perfect training for runners taking part in a 2023 Spring Marathon.
* The route is on approx 50% tarmac and 50% farm roads. It is undulating (1094ft of overall climb) but there are no ‘big’ hills to tackle.
* The route starts in Cramond and takes you through Dalmeny Estate then out into the town of South Queensferry and up and over the Forth Road Bridge before heading back to Cramond.
* Please note that there are no road closures for this race.
* There will be water stations at miles 8, 12 and 18.5 which will have water and Active Route sports drink. You are encouraged to run with your own water carrier and to fill this up.
* The route will be marked and there will be marshals on the course but the final responsibility is with the runner. The Strava map will be shared with you well in advance of the race.
* It is a fundraising event for The MS Society and 25% of your entry goes to the charity.
* 300 maximum entries

There are 3 starting groups:
8.30am for runners who intend to run the route with some walk breaks and may take 4 to 4.5 hours.
(please be aware that some marshal points may be unmanned for this wave however the route will still have been marked and no orientation skills are required, just observation skills!).
9am for runners who are aiming between 3-4 hours for completion
9.30am for runners who are aiming for less than 3 hours completion time.

Races

  • 20 Miles Individual Entry

    £26.00

    Scottish Athletics (SA) save £2.00

    CLOSED

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  • 20 Miles Individual Entry

    £26.00

    Scottish Athletics (SA) save £2.00

    CLOSED

Course Details

* The route is on approx 50% tarmac and 50% farm roads. It is undulating (1094ft of overall climb) but there are no ‘big’ hills to tackle.
* The route starts in Cramond and takes you through Dalmeny Estate then out into the town of South Queensferry and up and over the Forth Road Bridge before heading back to Cramond.

What's Included

20 Along the Forth, 26th March 2023
* This beautiful 20 mile event is perfect training for runners taking part in a 2023 Spring Marathon.
* The route is on approx 50% tarmac and 50% farm roads. It is undulating (1094ft of overall climb) but there are no ‘big’ hills to tackle.
* The route starts in Cramond and takes you through Dalmeny Estate then out into the town of South Queensferry and up and over the Forth Road Bridge before heading back to Cramond.
* Please note that there are no road closures for this race.
* There will be water stations at miles 8, 12 and 18.5 which will have water and Active Route sports drink. You are encouraged to run with your own water carrier and to fill this up.
* The route will be marked and there will be marshals on the course but the final responsibility is with the runner. The Strava map will be shared with you well in advance of the race.
* It is a fundraising event for The MS Society and 25% of your entry goes to the charity.
* 300 maximum entries

  • Finisher medals
  • Marshalled
  • Beautiful countryside route
  • Goodie Bag

Location

The event starts and finishes at Cargilfield Prep School.

FAQs

  • What time does it start?

    8.30am for runners who intend to run the route with some walk breaks and may take 4 to 4.5 hours. (please be aware that some marshal points may be unmanned for this wave however the route will still have been marked and no orientation skills are required, just observation skills!). 9am for runners who are aiming between 3-4 hours for completion 9.30am for runners who are aiming for less than 3 hours completion time.

  • Is there a bag drop?

    Yes, we have a bag drop for you

  • Is there a water station?

    There will be water stations at miles 8, 12 and 18.5 which will have water and Active Route sports drink. You are encouraged to run with your own water carrier and to fill this up.

  • Is it route marked?

    Yes, the route is marked and marshalled

  • Is there parking nearby?

    Yes, there is a large, free car park by the registration area

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