As the air gets fresher before the days get too short, its the perfect time to get out onto the trails. There are currently over 300 half marathons to choose from in our listings (see them all here). Below is a selection of six of the best from all corners of the UK.
1Blenheim Palace Half Marathon, 10k & Family Fun Run
A magnificent backdrop and a stunning (but tough!) hilly road route through the Blenheim Palace Estate - the stunning scenery and impressive finish in front of the Palace will help get you through! Fit for runners of all ages and abilities. Choose from a half marathon, 10k or 2k Fun Run for the whole family, and get ready to conquer the grounds of Blenheim Palace.
3RunThrough Lee Valley Velopark 1 mile, 5k, 10k, 10 Mile & Half Marathon - September
The Lee Valley VeloPark’s one mile floodlit road circuit is the perfect course to test yourself over a new distance or check your pacing with each mile split chip timed for you to view after the race. As one of the London 2012 Olympic venues you can’t help but feel inspired to give it your all on this course as we are there to cheer you all the way round to the finish!!
The Wiggle Manchester Half returns on Sunday 13th October 2019, welcoming over 15,000 runners to take over the closed roads of Greater Manchester. Loved by professionals and beginners alike, this run is known for having a super flat 13.1 mile course and a wonderfully supportive atmosphere.
Stunning sea views, breathtaking coastal routes, fresh crisp clean air and award-winning beaches - “running as it should be”. The Bournemouth Marathon Festival brings many distances together in one unique festival of running. The course is fast and picturesque, making it a must-do for anyone looking to set a PB.
Achieve your half marathon goal this Autumn while enjoying the best of Bristol. Over 10,000 runners every year make this a must-do event, with an atmosphere second to none. The scenic sea-level course starts and finishes in Bristol's historic Harbourside, taking runners out and back through the stunning Avon Gorge, around the old city, and twice under Brunel’s famous Clifton Suspension Bridge.