The following measures are in place to ensure Run to the Sea Bournemouth remains a safe event for all in attendance.
The 2nd Run to the Sea Bournemouth takes place on Saturday March 27th 2021.
The 50km multi terrain route is from Ringwood to Hengistbury Head; absolutely stunning and extremely flat! The first 26km uses the Castleman Trail, a disused railway path, through lush forestry and tranquil woodlands, to reach Holes Bay and Poole Harbour.
You'll be distracted briefly by the amazing views over Brownsea Island and Sandbanks before you join the legendary coastal promenade for the final 12km, through Bournemouth, to the most beautiful finish of them all, at Hengistbury Head.
Park & register at the finish end of the run and we'll transport you pre event to the start at Ringwood.
Of course, there'll be medals, souvenirs, prizes, a fully signed course, feed stations every 10km, and a lot more.
We'll have very generous time limits in place, so you can take your time if you'd like to; this is a perfect event for runners new to the world of the ultra marathon, and one not to be missed for any runner.
COVID SAFETY MEASURES WILL BE IN PLACE AS PER THE REQUIREMENTS COME RACE DAY.
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Signed up for 2020 but postponed then became virtual good for ultra beginners
This is the only event of many that I signed up to that actually took place over 2020. The efforts they took to make that possible were outstanding - staggered starts, etc etc etc. The downside really was the lack of crowds therefore for obvious pandemic reasons, and the v...Read full review
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