Glen Ogle 33
06 Nov 2021
Glen Ogle 33 Ultramarathon is a 33 mileish foot race from Killin to Strathyre in Perthshire which follows part of cycle route No 7 and the Rob Roy Way.
The route takes you through the village of Killin past the Falls of Dochert and up into the hills above Killin before heading out and down over the famous Glen Ogle Viaduct with checkpoint/water stations at 4-8-16 miles. The route heads to Balquidder the burial place of the Rob Roy MacGregor with 3mile then to Strathyre and the Shoogly Bridge and the halfway check point in the race where you can have drop bag. If runners are not in and out of Strathyre by 12.30pm they will be removed from the race.
The return route takes you up onto the Rob Roy Way and pass the Mhor 84 hotel and returning back over the Glen Ogle Viaduct and the pass of Glen Ogle with a nice 4-mile downhill section to the finish in Killin.
Please note this event is running in the Scottish Highlands in November where the weather can be harsh and unforgiven there will be a mediatory and recommended kit.
Rocket Events/Glen Ogle 33 will be run under a Scottish Athletics Race Licence which means we will be following all rules-protocol-processes and guidance for covid 19. You are asked not to enter the event if you are unwilling to follow the rules-protocol-processes that are in place on race day.
These rules are in place to protect all (Runners and Marshals).
|09 Oct 2021||£46.00||£48.00|
*Discounted for members of any of SA EA WA
To sign-up for this event, the Service Fee is 4% (min 50p) for each sign-up
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