Glendalough Trail in aid of Fighting Blindness

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Race Information

What:

The Glendalough Trail is a fantastic running experience with scenic, challenging routes.

Not only will it be a fun, enjoyable day but we hope to raise much needed funds for Fighting Blindness.

Long course (15.5 km) and non-competitive short course (8.6km) options available.

When:

Next Event is on Saturday, November 17 2018 at 11.00am (15.5km) and 11.30am (8.6km)

Where:

Glendalough, Laragh, Co Wicklow.

Registration:

Registration Now Open HERE

On The Day:

  • Race sign on takes place at the Brockagh Centre from 9am.
  • 9am–10am: Number Collection for Long course (15.5km) event slow joggers and visually impaired athletes.
  • 9am-10.40am: Number collection for Long course (15.5km) event main start runners and all 8.6km event participants.
  • 10.00am Bus for Long Course slow joggers and walkers only leaves from Brockagh Centre to Start line
  • 10.30am: Start of Long Course 15.5km for slow joggers and visually impaired athletes only- Briefing at Start
  • 10.45am: Main race briefing in Car Park at rear of Glendalough Hotel for all 11.00 starters
  • 11am: Long course (15.5 km) Race Start - Approx 800m from Glendalough Hotel
  • 11.15am: Briefing for Short course in Car Park to rear of Glendalough Hotel
  • 11.30: Start of Short Course (8.6km) jog / walk event

Entry Fees:

€15 up to March 31

€20 from April 1 to Oct 31

Late Entry €25 from November 1 until Full* 

+

€50 – Minimum fundraising fee in aid of Fighting Blindness which can be donated on the day or via You can setup your Personal Just Giving Fundraising Page HERE please follow the link to and select start fundraising"  then click on "doing your own thing”

 

Your support and additional fundraising is hugely appreciated

* Race Limited to 300 by Nat Parks Permit so early entry is advised to avoid disappointment

There will be no Late or "On The Day Entry" Permitted

Courses:

The 15.5km long course has 500+m of gain / loss in elevation.

The non-competitive 8.6km short course (jog / walk option) has 300+m of gain / loss.

Facilities:

Toilets and a bag / key drop area will be provided at the sign-on, tea/coffee will also be available here.

Cold drinks and fresh fruit will be available at race finish, there will be a water station at ~6.6km & ~11km in long course and ~4km in short course.

Tea, coffee, soup and refreshments will be provided after the event at the Brockagh Centre.

By taking part, all participants confirm that video footage or photographs taken of them during their participation may be used to publicise the Glendalough Trail event or other Fighting Blindness Events

More Information:

Race Information:
E: info@glendaloughtrail.com
P: Paul on 086 350 3994

Fighting Blindness / Fundraising Information:
E: fundraising@fightingblindness.ie
T: Emma on 01 6789 004