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The Sligo Way Ultra, Marathon, Half Marathon
Jul 14 at 9:00 am - 3:00 pm€30
Taking place on July 14th 2019, The Sligo Way Ultra is the first self-supported ultra-run along The Sligo Way in Sligo, Ireland.
The Sligo Way is a waymarked long distance walking route which starts at Lough Talt on the Sligo/Mayo border and continues eastwards for approximately 80km/50 miles along the Ox Mountains, ending at Dromahair, Co Leitrim. The route is signposted using a combination of wooden marker posts and metal finger posts and covers a range of terrain, including quiet country roads, lane ways and forest tracks.
This year’s event will comprise of the 80km ultra, a marathon and the return of the very popular half marathon.
The event is not-for-profit basis and any surplus funds after all costs have been met will be donated to local charities and development initiatives.