Guided Lairig Ghru Crossing

Aviemore, United Kingdom • 6 Jul 2024

The Guided Lairig Ghru Crossing will take place in Aviemore on Saturday 6 July 2024. You can run 32 kilometers. Visit the organization's website for the most recent information.

Race information

32 km
Guided Lairig Ghru Crossing
Visit the organization's website for the most recent information.
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