Friday 16th February 2024, 7:30pm

Free registration and does not imply any commitment, but will speed up the registration process.
Pay when you collect your number.

6.8km, 200m climb. £1 entry on the day. Last entry 7.15.

Minimum age 16.

Contact Dave Hirst (davidhirst1962@gmail.com)

Race Details

Runners will be required to have a good headtorch, and to carry full body cover, a map and compass (just in case they got lost in the woods at night in the middle of winter). A spare torch is also a really good idea.
As usual the course will be well marked with reflective canes.

If you think you will be coming to the race it would be very helpful if you could register in advance using the link above.
This is free and does not imply any commitment, but will speed up the registration process. Pay when you collect your number.
Pre-registration will give us and the cafe some idea of how many runners there are likely to be.

Results

Records: Men .

  • Men – Sam Alexander (2023) – 27:39
  • Ladies – Eilidh Campbell (2019) – 36:06

Start Location and Route

Registration and prize giving will be at the Potarch Inn – across the bridge over the River Dee from the A93 just east of Kincardine O’Neil.
The cafe will be serving soup, teas, cakes etc so bring some money.

New course in 2018. The course starts on a good wide track but after 500m cuts left up a steep bank. From then on it is either on narrow paths through the woods, or on no path at all. There are two climbs to the trig point on Craigmore hill up fire breaks, and two very nice descents on a good path.  The final kilometer is the reverse of the first one.

Race Route
Route Profile