Larmer Tree Races 2019
9-10th March 2019
All distances open for entries
Saturday, 10 Mile (Imperial No 3), Half Marathon, Dark Race
Sunday, Marathon, 20 Mile
White Star running returns to the Wiltshire downs for the Larmer Tree Races.
Five tremendous races in one of Britain’s most beautiful landscapes, we are delighted to have been invited back by the Rushmore Estate to create races in around the grounds. There will be hills and it could well be wet and muddy and cold and rainy or sunny who knows.
Back by popular demand the Dark 8m around the Rushmore Estates on Saturday evening and the 10m which is the final race in the Imperial series, teaming up with Bournemouth 10 and Lytchett 10 for an amazing additional series medal. This year you can enter the series with one entry all in one go, as were nice like that! Series entry here.
As well as your amazing bling for completing the race, the lovely caterers at Larmer Tree are providing food again as we thought you would appreciate a hot meal at the finish, so we have vouchers to exchange for top nosh in the pavilion.
Unfortunately we are unable to offer camping for the Larmer Races. However there is a list of local accommodation here Accommodation Listings
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Lamer tree gardens
Lamer Tree Gardens
10 Mile – Sat 8:30am
Affiliated: £22 Unaffiliated: £24
10 mile race part of the Imperial series in conjunction with Lytchett 10 and Bournemouth 10 series prizes first to third and age category prizes all you have to do is do all three – If you want to enter the series in one go- please go to series entry here
Series prize giving takes place at the Larmer tree
Series entry here
Dogs Larmer 10m race can be entered here but is not eligible to be an Imperial Series entry.
Larmer Tree Half – Sat 9:30am
Dark Larmer – Sat 18:00pm
Affiliated: £23 Unaffiliated: £25
Dark Larmer, a 8 ish mile hilly, muddy, wet, slippery course round Rushmoor Estate. Head Torches must be worn.
Note the course is on rough woodland trail and will be steep in some places, up and down. The course will be marked and sign posted, the signs may or may not be lit by flashing lights, there will be marshals on the course so you don’t get lost. We will have an ambulance on site to collect the wounded and White Star Running will offer free corpse retrieval before you start to decompose too much.
There won’t be a moon so don’t expect Werewolves, that said there are other dangers, falling over or running into things, also you enter at your own risk:
Note: Compulsory kit check at start, no working head torch, no race.
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