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Sunday, 08.03.2020

Inverness ½ Marathon

Inverness

Online registration CLOSED since 18.02.2020  23:59 o'clock!
NO late registration possible right on the sporting event!
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  12:30 o'clock

 

21,1km
Inverness Halfmarathon
Years:
from year 2003 and older
 
Registration

  12:40 o'clock

 

5km
5K Fun Run
Years:
open for all ages
 
Registration

Inverness Half Marathon – 8 March 2020

Summary
The Inverness Half Marathon, taking place 8 March 2020, is the perfect Spring race following a scenic route with great PB potential through the Highland capital of Inverness.

Description
This popular early season race follows a flat and scenic route through the historic Highland capital of Inverness alongside the picturesque River Ness and taking in many of the city’s icons. A warm Highland welcome awaits all runners as they approach the finish line.

A record 2930 runners took part in the 2019 Inverness Half Marathon with entry selling out early so sign up NOW! 

If you’re looking for a shorter distance or are new to running, the Inverness 5K could be the race for you. Whatever your running ability or experience, we guarantee you’ll cross the finish line with a smile on your face!

Many runners and spectators, choose to stay longer – a huge attraction of the Inverness Half Marathon is the area’s natural beauty and wealth of attractions. The area is steeped in history, home to castles, misty mountains and, of course, the Loch Ness Monster. Activities in the Scottish Highlands range from challenging hill walks to kayaking, dolphin spotting boat trips to distillery visits.

 

 

Inverness 5K – 8 March 2020

Summary
The Inverness 5K, taking place 8 March 2020, follows a flat route alongside the beautiful River Ness and is open to all ages and running abilities.

Description
This popular early season race follows a flat and scenic route through the historic Highland capital of Inverness alongside the picturesque River Ness and taking in many of the city’s icons. A warm Highland welcome awaits all runners as they approach the finish line.

Whatever your running ability or experience, we guarantee you’ll cross the finish line with a smile on your face!

Many runners and spectators, choose to stay longer – a huge attraction of the Inverness Half Marathon is the area’s natural beauty and wealth of attractions. The area is steeped in history, home to castles, misty mountains and, of course, the Loch Ness Monster. Activities in the Scottish Highlands range from challenging hill walks to kayaking, dolphin spotting boat trips to distillery visits.

 

Scenic

castle
photos by: Paul Campbell