Norn Iron 100

3 June 2023 - 4 June 2023
Ballintoy, uk
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mixed race
171 KM
2 days
100 Runners
Difficulty:    Advanced
ENTRY FEE:    160.00 gbp

The Norn Iron 100, is a multi-terrain running event which starts in Ballintoy County Antrim, Northern Ireland and finishes in the small village of Gortin in County Tyrone, some 106 miles later, cross the finish line and you will be rewarded with a Norn Iron 100 bespoke belt buckle.

The event follows the the waymarked Ulsterway along the beautiful North coast and travels across the Sperrin mountains. The route takes in all types of terrain including, Trail, Beach, Bog and road this is a stunning route and wont fail to please, this is a testing route with a total elevation of 3649mtrs, so not for the faint hearted. You will be well catered for with a series of aid stations and checkpoints across the course and you will be fully tracked with the aid of a GPS tracker. 

If your looking for an event to help with your UTMB index the Norn Iron 100 is listed as an index qualifier for the 100mile distance.

Check out our website www.werunwildni.com for full event details, and reviews from some of our previous participants. Don’t miss out !

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