Bristow 15 Mile Trail Race
- Price £27 (£25 for Scottish Athletics Members)
- 13:00 on Sunday 19 April 2020
An epic 15 miles of Highland scenery. There is something special about this event! You start in view of Balmoral Castle and run out west adjacent the magnificent river Dee before beginning a gradual climb through the Ballochbuie pine forest. Then at mile 8, you leave the river and begin a climb to the base of Lochnagar, an ascent of about 120 meters. The last 3 miles are a rush as you hurtle down towards the Castle once again; but beware…there is a sting in the tail!
- Finisher's technical t-shirt
- Finisher's medal
- Electronic timing
- Downloadable finisher's certificate
- Harrogate Spring Water stations on the route and at the finish
- Free parking
How old must I be to compete?
When do entries close?
What is included in the entry fee?
Downloadable finisher’s certificate
Harrogate Spring Water stations on the route and at the finish
Can I make changes to my entry?
Is it possible to enter on race weekend?
How do I know that my online entry worked?
Are there cut off times for the event?
The races are running races, not walking events.
Anyone taking over 3 hours to complete the 15 Mile event, will be set off 1 hour earlier so the marshals are not left out on the course longer than can be helped.
It is expected that runners will finish within a reasonable time for each race to allow for the next race to take place and for us to gather in marshals from exposed locations.
5K – maximum finish time 1 hour
10K – Maximum finish time 2 hours
Duathlon – Maximum finish time 3 hours
15 Mile – Maximum finish time 3 hours
Please note these times are given as a guide only and it may on the day be necessary to clear the course earlier than expected.
Marshals will do their utmost to allow an athlete to complete the race as long as it is safe for the individual to continue. However it must be noted that past the maximum times above if it is still possible to allow an athlete to continue, marshals will be removed from the course for their own safely / comfort and the athlete will be continuing in the full knowledge that this is the case. The athlete accepts this responsibility as part of the main terms and conditions signed up to on entering the event.
Is it possible to transfer my place to another race?
I don’t want to enter online; can I pay for my entry over the phone or by cheque?
Do you offer elite entries?
When will I receive my race number etc?
I live overseas and will already be in the UK / Scotland when you send out 15M race packs?
When does registration take place?
How do I get to the 15M Start?
What's the 15M course like?
How many drink stations are there on the 15M route?
Are there distance markers on the course?
Are there toilets on the course?
Are there showers and changing facilities?
Is massage available?
Has the 15M route been measured accurately?
Can I run wearing headphones?
Please note that wearing headphones is NOT permitted in any of the races under Scottish and UK Athletics rules.
We DO allow the use of headphones that use bone conductor technology, which allow the wearer to be aware of their surroundings. However, this is at your own risk and if an incident occurs as a result of, or made worse by, you wearing these headphones you may be held liable.
Can I be supported by bike along the route?
Are buggies and pushchairs allowed in the 10K?
Can I run in fancy dress?
Where can I park?
There is at least a 15 minute walk to the start line from the car parks.