THE DARTMOOR WAY CIRCULAR 50 MILES

20 August 2022
Ivybridge, uk
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trail race
84 KM
1 day
99 Runners
Difficulty:    Intermediate
ENTRY FEE:    75 gbp

A beautiful trail running challenge taking on the ancient Dartmoor Way route, which circles Dartmoor National Park.

This 50 mile trail running adventure will test the toughest of trail runners. You will get to split the moors in half and travel over the High Moorland Link path right across the centre of the moors.

There is a 15 hour cut-off with plenty of feed stations along the way.

Starting at 6am on Saturday 20th August, it will be nice and light with hopefully some nice weather. The cut off is 9pm on  Saturday 20th August. That is a very generous 15 hour cut off.

This is an unmarked course, but it is way-marked the entire route, so it will be very easy to follow, just stick to the path!

Support crews allowed!

GPS live tracker included.

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CLAIRE GREENFIELD

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