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10 Mile Sheep’s Head Challenge
Sep 5, '20 at 9:30 am - 2:00 pm€25
The Sheep’s Head Challenge is a 10 mile, mainly off road route that begins and finishes at the Tin Pub in Ahakista, West Cork. The course follows the Glenlough Loop on the Sheep’s Head Way, with walkers starting at 9.30am, followed by the runners at 11.30am.
This year all proceeds from the event will go to Muintir Bhaire Sea Scouts and Muintir Bhaire Foroige group.
If chip-timing, a flat course and a finishing medal is your thing, this is not for you! What it is however is a community based race, where people of all ages and fitness levels are welcome to take in the fantastic views the area has to offer.
There will be water stations on the course and light refreshments post-race.