Sunday 29th April, 2018

Key run info:

  • Cost: FREE
  • Distance: 12 miles approx
  • Difficulty level: Pink - it's hilly and has a fair bit of off-road running
  • Kit required: Good running or trail shoes
  • Support: Group run so we'll stick together
  • Food and drink: bring any gels or snacks you want en-route then we'll hit the cafe after
  • First Aid: We'll carry a basic first aid kit
  • Start/Finish: Lower car park outside the house, Ashton Court, 10:00am 

A balanced day out

Very simply, we're off for a nice steady run, nothing quick, just a nice steady amble as a group. There's no racing and we'll make sure nobody gets left behind. Starting off in Ashton Court, we'll head up through the woods and cross-country all the way over to Belmont Hill before looping back through Abbots Leigh to the start.

Enjoy the woodland flowers in bloom and the peace and tranquility of the trails whilst challenging yourself with some tough uphill sections.

Join us for tea and cake afterwards in the courtyard cafe next to the house.

 The famous Green Man sculpture that looks over Ashton Court and out over Bristol.

The famous Green Man sculpture that looks over Ashton Court and out over Bristol.

Doing good

We're offering this event free of charge. As always, you'll be able to donate a small amount towards our current good cause, the RSPCA if you'd like to say thank you. Details will be provided on how to do so. 

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 Ashton Court Estate offers a great view of Bristol's skyline

Ashton Court Estate offers a great view of Bristol's skyline