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Run The Wild Half Marathon
Tring, HertfordshireThe Home Office, Station Road, Tring, UK
Sat 16th April 2022
Starting at 08:45
COVID-19 We are following current UK Government guidelines in delivering trail running trips. They are conducted in line with England Athletics guidelines to ensure your safety. In addition, you will need to carry with you (not wear) on all of our trips until further notice a face covering. At Run the Wild we have appointed Simon James as COVID-19 Officer. Within this role a risk assessment has been completed, and will be updated, for all UK events with specific regard to COVID-19 and a COVID-19 action plan put in place, in addition to our standard risk assessments. Any updates to Government Guidance will be monitored, and procedures adjusted accordingly, and a COVID-19 secure environment will be maintained. All clients are asked to confirm they are exhibiting no symptoms prior to coming to a Run the Wild event. All guides carry a mask and hand sanitisers, and have been briefed on COVID-19 protocols in case of an emergency situation where the administering of first aid is required. What we ask of you, the client: We require you to bring with you a face covering (this will be checked). They are purely for emergencies, and not for running in, for example if you needed to receive first aid. Please do not attend the event if it requires you to break any government guidelines, this includes, but is not limited to, travel to/from the event, breaking self-isolation or household isolation either due to illness or recent arrival from abroad. It’s extremely important that if you are feeling unwell or display any symptoms either for COVID or any illness you must not attend! Good hygiene must be practised at all times. This includes a strict policy of no spitting while running. THE RUN THE WILD COVID-19 REFUND GUARANTEE: At Run the Wild we are passionate about getting you out onto the trails. If you book directly with us on any of our trips and if Run the Wild have to cancel or postpone a trip due to COVID-19 government restrictions you can either postpone your place free of charge or receive a full refund less booking fees (this equates to around 97% refund). This is in addition to our Terms & Conditions.
It’s an easily accessible event, just 30 minutes North West of London by rail or road. All abilities are catered for. So whether you are a new to trail running, just looking to get some miles in an inspiring location, training for a race, or looking to complete your first trail half, then this is the event for you. Along the way you will experience our famous hospitality and enjoy a well stocked refreshment point just over halfway.
We group runners by ability and include trail running instruction during the event. We walk anything steep and it’s a perfect opportunity to explore the Chilterns, meet the RtW team and experience a running adventure that gives you a taster of our multi-day routes. The event will finish by around 1pm depending on your pace.
We hope to see you there!
A Run Leader for the team, with you every step of the way
Run the Wild tech t-shirt
13 miles of amazing scenery!
- Bag storage
- Finisher's T-Shirt
- Trail Running Instruction
- Easy Transport Access
How to Get There
We group participants by ability but you need to be able to run a 10km on the road in 90 minutes or less. First-time half marathoners and first time trail runners welcome!
We will group participants by their ability but you need to be able to run a half marathon distance on the flat in under 3 hours.
To take part in a Run the Wild holiday or event you will be required to carry at least the relevant mandatory kit. This is for your safety. If you have any questions please get in touch. We also recommend you read our guide on how to choose trail shoes and there is a great article here explaining why trail shoes are much better than road shoes!The kit list
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