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Forth Mountain Trail Run 2022
Mar 26 at 10:00 am - 3:30 pm
Forth Mountain Trail Run is a charity run, in aid of Barntown National School, over 13 kilometres of the Three Rocks Trail on Forth Mountain, just outside Wexford Town.
The terrain is made of road, well maintained gravel trail and short sections of forestry road.
A family orientated walking event will also be held on the day.
This is undoubtedly the most scenic race in the south-east. To the north you can see the entirety of north Wexford, the Blackstairs Mountains, as far as Lugnaquilla in the Wicklow Mountains. To the south you can view the Saltee Islands, Hook Lighthouse, Rosslare Harbour, Kilmore Quay and Tuskar Rock Lighthouse.
The cost of the event is €20 for runners and €10 euro per walker. Family tickets for walkers will cost €25 euro. Register Now CLICK HERE
Beginning at Barntown School, the race takes you up to the 1798 Battle Site Carpark, here runners transition to trail running and meet a steep 400m hill. This is most of the hard work done after two kilometers. Next you pass by the quarry carpark (5k walkers can loop the quarry and head back for school), another kilometre on the road and you hit the trail again. This section leads you past Drooping Rock where the views of North Wexford are amazing. 8k Walkers can head back to the finish after here.You will reach Pennylands Car Park next and pass the second Water Station. From here you will cross the road and run the Fairy Trail past the Furlong Homestead and Skeeter Rock, where you will be treated to views of the South Wexford Coastline.From here you will turn around and return to the finish, this time looping around the Quarry at Carrigfoyle on the North side of the quarry and back to the school.