DetailsThe Summer Trail Series offers three race distances: half marathon, 50km and 100km - each taking place on the hills and dales of “God’s Own County”, Calderdale in West Yorkshire.
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Short Description The Summer Trail Series offers three race distances: half marathon, 50km and 100km - each taking place on the hills and dales of “God’s Own County”, Calderdale in West Yorkshire. As is always the case with Ultra X events, these are far more than just races, they are awesome experiences. At the start/finish there will be an expo selling merchandise, hot drinks, food and much more. You are actively encouraged to stay on after your race and enjoy the festivities, BBQ and bar. The address for the start/finish is the same for all three race distances: Mytholmroyd Community & Leisure Centre. The start is a 5 minute walk from Mytholmroyd train station and there is also parking readily available at the Community & Leisure Centre, which can be booked on registration. There is limited parking in Mytholmroyd town centre. All races are held under full UK Athletics permit (permit numbers pending) granted through the TRA. Type Adventure & Leisure, Events & Festivals, Sport & Leisure Location Mytholmroyd Event Date 4 Sep 2021 Event End Date 4 Sep 2021 Address Mytholmroyd Community Centre Caldene Avenue Mytholmroyd Hebden Bridge HX7 5AF Web Address ultra-x.co/summer-trail-series Recharge Point No
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Summer Trail Series by Ultra X
Mytholmroyd Community Centre Caldene Avenue Mytholmroyd Hebden Bridge HX7 5AF
To ensure we offer impartial advice we have provided a link to ‘Euan’s Guide’ where you'll find detailed access information to many venues across Calderdale and the UK: accommodation, attractions, shops, pubs, restaurants and more.
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