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Inverness Half Marathon

Inverness, Highland Council

Inverness Leisure, Bught Lane, Inverness, UK

Sun 10th March 2024

Starting at 12:30

1 race

£37.00

Organiser's Description

The Inverness Half Marathon, taking place 10 March 2024, is the perfect Spring-time race for first timers, PB chasers and everyone in between!

This popular Spring race follows a flat and scenic route through the historic Highland capital of Inverness alongside the picturesque River Ness with great PB potential. A warm Highland welcome awaits all runners as they approach the finish line.

"This event has to be one of my all time favourites. The atmosphere is amazing, the organisation is second to none and I love the route... Top marks from me." 2023 Runner

4300 runners took part in the 2023 event so don’t delay and sign up today!

Races

  • Inverness Half Marathon

    £37.00

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  • Inverness Half Marathon

    £37.00

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Course Details

The Inverness Half Marathon starts on the riverside at Bught Park and follows the river along Bishops Road, Ness Walk and Ardross Street before crossing Ness Bridge in the centre of Inverness and turning right into Castle Road beneath Inverness Castle. The route continues south along Ness Bank and Island Bank Road / Dores Road (B862) towards Dores. The route then turns left into Torbreck Road and continues along this quiet rural road before turning into Essich Road and taking in the residential areas of Lochardil and Drummond. Runners turn right at Holm roundabout and follow the B862 back into the centre of Inverness, turning left over Ness Bridge and running alongside River Ness to the finish on the running track at Queens Park Stadium (Inverness Sports Centre).

What's Included

Your entry fee includes finisher’s medal, finisher’s technical t-shirt, event giveaway, electronic timing, downloadable finisher’s certificate (from marathon photos live) and water stations along the course and at the finish

How to Get There

A 90-minute flight from London for example will land visitors at Inverness Airport.

Inverness is well served with transport links and with the airport just 10 minutes from the city centre it is easy for visitors from all parts of the UK and beyond to get here by air.

There are good road and rail links into Inverness from the south both offering the opportunity to enjoy fabulous scenery en route

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Michalina Wilinska

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Zena Jackson

Location

Inverness, Highland Council

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