We welcome and encourage beginners and County Champions alike.
Come along and meet us for a run anytime.
From Road to Cross Country, 10km or 100km, there is a something for everyone.
Great turnout for the first XC race of the season.
The Cold Christmas 50K is a trail race with narrative instructions (supplied at registration) using footpaths, bridleways, tracks and minor roads. 95% off-road. TRA permit applied for.
Start: 8.00 am. Registration at High Easter Village Hall (GR TL 626148 CM1 4QR) between 6.15 and 6.45 am. Car Parking at the Village Hall. Transport provided from registration to the start, leaving at 7.00 am, included in entry fee. A small bag can be transported back to High Easter.
3 manned checkpoints with refreshments, at 14km, 34km and 45km (cut-off 7h 45m), plus mobile checkpoints. Course closes at 5.00 pm.
Tea and coffee available at registration. Hot food at finish.
Entrants must be over 20 years old and shall throughout the event follow the route description provided (deliberate deviation to gain an advantage will result in disqualification) and comply with the Countryside Code at all times. We suggest you take with you a mobile phone, waterproof top, spare thermal top, emergency food and drink and a torch.
Enter online here.
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