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Upcoming Events › Trail / Off Road Races
Discover Irish mountain running in the Maamturk Mountains, Connemara. NOW PART OF THE SKYRUNNER UK & IRELAND SERIES 2020 3 DISTANCES: This event offers a serious challenge to seasoned mountain runners with the 22km distance, the 13km distance also offers a good challenge on the mountains and the 12km intorduction distance is perfect for anyone who would like to try some mountain and trail running. Fully marked course - navigation not necessaryFind out more »
Quest Kenmare is a one-day multi-adventure sports race which encompasses the amazing mountains of the Beara Peninsula and boutique charm of Kenmare Town. Run, cycle and kayak across the spectacular mountains and valleys to challenge yourself in 2020. Choose from 3 routes, there’s one to suit all levels of fitness, the 79k Expert, 43K Sport & 28K Challenge. Routes take in Kenmare Bay, Glengarriff, The Beara Peninsula and Kenmare town. Quest Kenmare will bring you to places of Ireland you…Find out more »
The Muckers option is 1 lap of approx 5.5km and typically takes between 28 and 100 minutes to complete and in March 2020 will have over 50 obstacles per lap! The Serious Muckers option is 2 laps (approx 11km) of the course and should take between 60 and 200 minutes to complete Each lap will take in many different obstacles and challenges. These will include various bale “jumps”, climbs and crawls under and over nets, super slides including into Cooolcarrigan…Find out more »
The Laragh Trail Run is a trail run organised by the Parents’ Association of St. Kevin’s National school, Laragh. The objective of the run is to raise funds annually for the school which from 2013 has housed the area Autism unit and provides quality education to a diverse student body. The event is a celebration of the beautiful environment of the Wicklow uplands and promotes Laragh as a mountain village ideal for healthy and active lifestyles. The event brings together…Find out more »
This epic adventure involves racers running and cycling through the Wicklow Mountains National Park and Glendalough Valley as well as kayaking across the spectacular Upper Lake and finishing the race in the shadows of the monastic round tower which epitomises the Glendalough area. Three challenging routes: 59k Expert, 43km Sport and 21k Challenge. Registration takes place both the night before and the morning of the event in 2020. Check out more information on: https://www.questadventureseries.com/race/quest-glendalough/ https://www.questadventureseries.com/race/quest-glendalough/route-information/ Register on: https://www.questadventureseries.com/Find out more »
A 10KM CLIFF-TOP TRAIL RUN AS THE SUN SETS THIS IS NO ORDINARY 10K, THIS IS A GAELFORCE 10K! The Gaelforce 10K Bray Cliff Run is a 10K trail run from Greystones Beach to the Bray Promenade along the stunning coastal path around Bray Head. 1st event of the John West Gaelforce 10K TrilogyFind out more »
Team Ultra Marathon are delighted to announce their next charity event In partnership with the Dublin Mountain Running Club Hosting Dublin’s very 1st Mountain Mini Marathon The Dublin Mountain Mini Marathon Will take place April 18th 2020 This event is supporting As I Am, Ireland’s national autism charity. April is Autism awareness month The Dublin Mountains are an exciting recreational facility for all to enjoy. The Dublin Mountain Mini Marathon is a waymarked 12km Trail in the Dublin Mountains, south…Find out more »
The course begins with a 3.5km climb from Lahardane village, Co.Mayo to the foot of Nephin mountain , an ascent from Carrowskeheen and descent down by Cloughbrack followed by a 6.5km road run back to the village. Registration is €35. Early bird entry until March 17th is €30 http://www.upandoverchallenge.com/register.htmlFind out more »
Staged in Inishowen, Irelands largest and most northerly peninsula is steeped in history, culture, tradition and is home to the origin of the Wild Atlantic Way 2500Km of coastal scenic routes. Sliabh Sneacht location is an Adventure paradise of hills, trails, lakes and a terrain that will have tried and tested your fitness and scenery that will restore your adrenalin time and again to cross that finish line with a new self-belief and greeted with friendliness, stunning medals and amazing…Find out more »
Cleasathon 2020 Cleasathon is a road race that take place yearly on Inis Oirr. Inis Oírr island is situated off the west coast of Ireland in Galway Bay. It is one of the group of islands known as The Aran Islands. It has an ancient history, a vibrant Irish speaking population, beautiful scenery and a tranquil pace of life. The island can be accessed, all year-round, by plane from Indreabhán, Conamara, by ferry from Ros an Mhíl, Conamara or seasonly from Doolin, Co. Clare. For Cleasathon 2020 we will have…Find out more »