Wetherby, West YorkshireBramham Park, Wetherby, England, United Kingdom
Sat 24th June 2023 - Sun 25th June 2023
Starting at 06:00
After a challenging year for the Mass Participation Events Industry we were incredibly grateful to welcome runners, joggers and walkers back to Endure24 in 2021.
Throughout year Threshold Sports has incorporated a number of measures to reduce the risk of spread of COVID-19 amongst participants, crew and spectators across the entire event portfolio. As we launch Endure24 2022, we wanted to let you know that we will be continuing to assess whether social distancing measures will be required on events taking place next summer. At this stage, it is clearly too early to tell what will be required next year, but we will continue to keep all participants informed as we build up to the events.
We are offering a COVID-19 refund policy on all Endure24 places for 2022. Full details of which are available in the terms and conditions on our website.
Leeds was added to the Endure24 family in 2017 and it has grown every year since. The solo entry alone stands at 700+ runners. Our venue is Yorkshire’s stunning Bramham Park with lots of incredible scenery to cast your eyes on as you make your way around the 8km course.
Included in your entry fee is access to the 24 hour, 5 mile trail route with a half-way water station and lots of encouragement and support along the way! Access to our Basecamp for overnight camping is included in your entry fee, where there will be food concessions, entertainment and yoga/stretch classes* (*additional cost).
- Stunning venue: Bramham Park is a Grade I listed 18th-century country house, surrounded by a 500-acre landscaped park ornamented by a series of follies and avenues.
- Festival Atmosphere: The Festival vibe at Endure24 is what makes this sell-out event so unique. Camping, bars and many catering options; will ensure you have a blast!
- Something for everyone: From a family reunion to a corporate team building weekend, we have you covered for all occasions.
How to Get There
By Train - The nearest railway station is in Leeds. We recommend booking a taxi to the event site in advance.
Our 'Event Day Booklet' will be released nearer to the event with more information.
All cars must be parked in the designated car park and any campervans/caravans must be in the campervan area only and not in the camping zones. However if one team member is in the camper van area, then other team members can choose to camp there with them instead of the camping zone.
Undulating hills and luscious woodland
As you leave the tents behind and cross over the start line with your fellow colourful thrill seekers alongside you, you’re sure to be in for a treat for the next 8km.
From landmarks like the Lead Lads Temple, the Roundhouse and the Bramham Park Estate, there’s lots of incredible scenery to cast your eyes on as you make your way around the course.
Bramham Park holds a large part of this 8km loop. Dating all the way back to 1698, the park is home to many prestige events due to the nature of the stunning landscape. You will realise this as soon as you step foot on course!
The festival atmosphere will follow you from start to finish and there’ll be an abundance of boozy beverages to choose from along the course. “It’s a lot easier to start your race when you know it will end up with Beer.”
What is the cut off time?
Runners may start a final lap before 11.59.59am on Sunday. Please note there is a one hour time limit for the final lap and runners must complete this lap by 12.59.59pm. Any laps completed after this time will not be counted.
How fast do I need to be able to walk / run?
We aim to cater for all abilities on the event. Whether you walk or run, as long as you can complete a 5 mile lap in 24 hours, you can take part!
When do event entries close?
The closing date for entries is midnight on the Sunday 2 weeks prior to the event. No entries will be accepted after this time. If the event is sold out, registration will close earlier.
You will have received your race pack prior to the event start. Once you have attached your race number, timing chip and exchange band you are ready to start.
The route opens at 12 noon on Saturday and remains open for 24 hours.
- You can start any time between the event opening at 12 noon on Saturday and before the route closes for the final lap at 11.59.59am on Sunday.
There is no such thing as bad weather, just inappropriate clothing. There is nowhere this rings truer than England so you need to be prepared for anything from hot sun to torrential rain. It can also get very cold out on the course at night so bring layers and warm clothing.
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