Endurancelife | Northumberland

Bamburgh, United Kingdom • 22 Feb 2025

The Northumberland trail run event, part of the Endurancelife 24-25 trail running season, offers stunning coastal scenery with sandy beaches, rocky cliffs, and historic landmarks like Bamburgh Castle. Participants can choose from various distances including 10K, half marathon, marathon, and ultra, each offering different levels of challenge and ascent. The event is set to be a memorable experience in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, allowing trail runners to immerse themselves in the breathtaking landscape and wildlife of the Northumberland coastline. Additionally, the event provides options for virtual participation and post-run socializing at The Castle Inn, Bamburgh, ensuring a well-rounded experience for all participants. Visit the organization's website for the most recent information.

Race information

35 mi
1600 m+
27 mi
1200 m+
13 mi
400 m+
Half Marathon
6 mi
100 m+
Visit the organization's website for the most recent information.


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