A Surrey Slog 2019
21 July 2019
“Tough Trail Half Marathon in the Beautiful Surrey Hills ”
The course is a hilly and undulating multi-loop cross-country route mainly on tracks around Holmbury Hill. The route crosses itself at some points on the course. The route marking will be with signs and arrows. The course will also be well marshalled at crucial points. There are 6 drinks points along the route and at the finish.
This is an open race for anyone aged 17 or over on the day. The Start and race HQ is at the Duke of Kent School, near Peaslake. The route is off-road and hilly, taking runners round the Surrey Hills near Holmbury.
Run under ARC licence, First aid support, Medals to all finishers, 6 x Drinks stations at various points on the route, Well marshalled, Changing and showering facilities
– Your running number is to be collected at the registration/help desk adjacent to the start. Registration will open at 8.30am.
This event has an overall rating of 90% on Runners World, and 99% say they would do it again.
Here is a selection of some comments on the event, as posted on the Runners World website:
“Spot on, really impressed from arriving to leaving (especially the bit in between) A smallish event but everything about it was great – it had a local feel about it – in a good way. The course was certainly challenging, hills galore to enjoy / endure. Don’t be put off by the intertwining course – works like clockwork. Did this race last minute and 100% a great decision – look out for it next year.”
“Fantastic race …The hills of hell but what a amazing race, the course is hilly and a tough trail but at the same time enjoyable. stunning course, great mix of friendly runners, very well organised and VERY well marshalled and signed course. ”
“I did it last year and enjoyed it so much I have entered this year. Very well organised the scenery is amazingespecially when you get to the top of Holmbury Hill. Enjoy it.”
Registration open from: 08:30:00