Creag Dhubh Hill Race

Newtonmore, United Kingdom • 3 Aug 2024

The Creag Dhubh Hill Race is set to take place on Saturday, 3rd August 2024, as part of the Newtonmore Highland Games. The race covers a distance of 5.6 km with a climb of 370m, starting with an obstacle course before heading towards the hill through various terrains like fields, boulders, and a steep bank. The descent offers a fast and exciting trail back down, with a challenging obstacle course to navigate before finishing with a final lap of the games field. The event starts at 3.15 pm at The Eilan in Newtonmore. Visit the organization's website for the most recent information.

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5 km
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