Men's 10K Edinburgh
EdinburghRoyal Mile, Royal Mile, Edinburgh, UK
Sun 23rd October 2022
Starting at 09:30
The Men’s 10K aims to provide a stage for men from all walks of life to come together and take control of their health. Whether you're running to lose weight, quit smoking or fundraise for charitable causes, we salute each and every guy that gets out there and makes a positive change.
Starting on the historic Royal Mile, this incredible city centre route takes you past some of Edinburgh’s most recognisable landmarks. With the beautiful Edinburgh Castle as the backdrop, runners will pass through Princess Street Gardens, the Scottish Parliament, Grassmarket, Scott Monument before finishing at the iconic home of Scottish Rugby, BT Murrayfield stadium
- Wicking finisher’s t-shirt
- Accurate chip timing
- Training plan
- Great finisher’s medal
- Race recovery pack
- Fantastic running experience
How to Get There
By Tram: For details please visit the Edinburgh Trams website
By Train: The nearest train station to the Start is Waverley Train Station, which is a 10 minute walk away. The nearest train station to the Finish area is Haymarket Train Station, which is 20 minute walk or short bus trip away.
Starting on the historic Royal Mile, this incredible city centre route takes you past the Scottish National Gallery and into Princes Street Gardens, with the iconic Edinburgh Castle as your backdrop.
It then goes past the Scott Monument and swoops past the Scottish Parliament building, before carrying onto Holyrood Park. Here you take in the spectacular Arthurs Seat, as well as Holyrood Palace and Dynamic Earth, before heading on to the Grassmarket.
As you reach the hustle and bustle of the Grassmarket you’re past the halfway point, where the cheering crowds will help you on your way to a grandstand finish at BT Murrayfield Stadium.
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