ARCHIVED RACE: Runner’s World Trailblazer – Forest of Dean 10k – 22/05/2011

Race Info & Description

Race Information:

  • Event Name: Runner's World Trailblazer - Forest of Dean
  • Distance (KMs): 10KMs
  • Date: 22 May 2011
  • Start Time: 10:00
  • Venue: Forest of Dean, Speech House Hotel, Coleford
  • Best Time (Men): 00:00.00
  • Best Time (Women): 00:00.00
  • Organised By: Rat Race Events
  • Race Website: Click Here.

Race Facilities

  • Has Toilets? Yes
  • Has Changing Facilities? Yes
  • Has Water Stations? Yes
  • Has Prizes / Awards? Yes

Race Description

Imagine a 10km running circuit where the smell of pine mixes with the sounds of 1000s of runners around you; where soft, springy forest tracks and trails lead you deep into woodland, maybe across fields and eventually deposit you back into the hustle and bustle of a superb event village with post-race food, drink, entertainments and more.
All of our locations have been selected for the quality of their running routes, the accessibility for you, the runner and provide stunning backdrops in which to enjoy a couple of hours or maybe even a whole weekend, with friends and family or simply solo.
We pledge to do the simple things well; extremely well. Electronic timing with quick and clear results. A great race T Shirt. Special edition merchandise by well-known brands. A fantastic goody bag. Superb event centre facilities and of course, a really lovely running route.
The Runners World Trailblazer Series is new, fresh and devised for all runners: Begin your foray into off-road running with us or challenge yourself to a new off-road PB on our fast, flat and smooth(ish!) courses.
These are not muddy romps or gruelling cross-country runs; moreover they are fun, friendly and really approachable trail runs, designed to provide a great stepping stone from road to trail, or to allow you the opportunity to run fast in the great outdoors.
Forest of Dean
Known as the ‘Queen of Forests’, has something for everyone – fascinating heritage, spectacular and varied landscapes, plus warm and friendly hospitality. This enchanted place became Britain’s first National Forest Park in 1938 and is England’s largest oak forest. All ages and tastes are catered for with museums, caves and historic buildings where you can discover the area’s fascinating heritage, to great family attractions where you can ride a steam train, get up close to the animals or even enjoy a creative session painting pottery.

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