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Dartmoor Trail Running Challenge

Hollwell Down, Widecombe-in-the-Moor, Dartmoor

Organiser's Description

Set in the heart of Dartmoor you are straight onto the trails with this event. Dartmoor can be a tough area to be, along with routes taking in some tough, challenging hills and full speed descents.

Four distances on offer - ultra, half and full marathon and 10k. Full course details to follow.

Distances

50 km, 43 km, 22 km, 12 km

Trail Events Co large bespoke finishers medal
Trophies for first three male and female runners in each distance
Energy refreshments at the checkpoints and finish line
Experienced medical cover – Medics (Mobile)
Friendly, personal assistants, advice and support
Fully Signed Course
Chip Timing
Free Professional Race Photos
Trail Events Co Snood

10km
Registration: 9:30 am
Briefing: 10:45 am
Start Time: 10:30 am
Cut Off Time: 5:30 pm

Half Marathon
Registration: 8:30 am
Briefing: 9:15 am
Start Time: 9:30 am
Cut Off Time: 5:30 pm

Marathon
Registration: 7:30 am
Briefing: 8:15 am
Start Time: 8:30 am
Cut Off Time: 5:30 pm

ULTRA
Registration: 6:30 am
Briefing: 7:15 am
Start Time: 7:30 am
Cut Off Time: 5:30 pm

At our checkpoints you will find water, squash, coke, electrolytes, sweets, crisps, nuts, chocolate, bananas and other carby bits on the marathon and ultra checkpoints . We are trying to reduce the use of plastic so we ask runners to bring reusable cups for coke and squash.

NUMBER & TIMING CHIP
Numbers and timing chip's are to be collected on the day of the event at registration.

Please make a note of your registration time for the distance you selected and make sure you arrive giving yourself enough time to register.

Please also make a note of your briefing time and ensure you attend the briefing.

Both the number and the timing chip have to be worn at all times during the event.

You also have the chance to rent GPS tracking units, which enable your friends and family to track you all the way around the course.


SIGNAGE
We use a number of signs during our events. Arrow markers are on a hi-viz reflective red with white arrow to mark the direction to be taken.

We also use striped tape, these are placed after any split to reassure you that you are on the correct trail. We also use them along long stretches where no turn off is required or directional arrows needed.

We advise runners to bring a map of the route with them on event day in case of emergencies. You can download the map and print it and you can download GPX files to your device.

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