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Taking place in March, the Inverness Half Marathon is a great event to keep you motivated through the winter months and a perfect sharpener for anyone planning a Spring marathon. This popular race follows a scenic route with great PB potential through the Highland capital of Inverness.
For anyone after a shorter distance, there is also the Inverness 5K.
Take part in a Supernova Run 5K at dusk! With events taking place in Falkirk in March & London in November, join in at a Supernova Run near you.
Take in Edinburgh's famous landmarks while pushing your limits with a 6K or 13K race in April. Runners pass the historic Royal Yacht Britannia, picturesque Victoria Park and enjoy tranquil cycle paths before a fantastic finish in front of the West Stand at Murrayfield Stadium.
The Mini Kilomathon 2.62K is a fantastic race for kids aged 6-14 years, with a grandstand finish at BT Murrayfield Stadium.
Taking place in late April, Run Balmoral promises to be an epic weekend and festival of running, offering Junior races (1.5K & 2.5K) and the ever popular 5K & 10K on the Saturday, followed by the Duathlon and Trail Races (3 Miles or 15 Miles) on the Sunday. Not to mention the notorious Devil O Deeside (see website for details)!
Taking place mid May, this family-friendly Inverurie running event consists of a Half Marathon, 10K, 5K & junior run.
Get involved in Run Garioch and help encourage participation in running and healthy lifestyles.
Test your stamina and strength in the beautiful, rugged and wild surrounds of iconic Loch Ness in the Scottish Highlands, with the LochNess360ﹾ Challenge, a three day running and cycling event in Scotland staged in May.
There are 3 challenges for participants to choose from:
The 3 Marathons, 3 Days Challenge: Run one, two or all three marathons over the weekend.
The Ultra Marathon Challenge: Take on 129km and over 3000m of ascent within a time limit of 24 hours. If you plan on undertaking the entire route of the LochNess360ﹾ Trail, then you must be very experienced in off-road trail running and have experience of completing long ultra marathons (88km plus). This is not a challenge for beginners!
The Mountain Bike Challenge: Cover 80 miles in just 14 hours.
Take part in the Edinburgh Marathon Festival over the Late May Bank Holiday weekend.
If you’re looking for an unforgettable running experience, then this is the year to run in Edinburgh! With 11 races on offer over, including the marathon, half marathon, team relay, 10k, 5k and junior races – there really is something for everyone.
Journey through the wild and majestic landscape of the Cairngorms National Park at the Cairngorms Ultra Trail Race held in June.
The event is based from the spectacular setting of Mar Lodge, three miles to the west of Braemar and follows a 62km circular route of the wide open spaces of the Ben Avon plateau.
On the go since 2004, the Men’s 10K Glasgow has firmly set itself as THE run for men in the west. Taking place in June, this incredible city-centre 10K aims to be a catalyst for thousands of guys in Scotland and beyond, to lace up their trainers and make a positive difference to their lives.
Held in September, the Scottish Half Marathon is the ultimate running experience combining a fast, flat route with stunning views of East Lothian's Golf Coast.
Whether you’re new to running or a seasoned race-goer, this is a great event to be a part of!
Held in September, the Scottish 10K follows an equally flat and rapid route, out and back along the magnificent Golf Coast before finishing in the final furlong at Musselburgh Racecourse.
If you want to set a personal best for a 10K, this is the event for you!
Come and experience the magic at the Baxters Loch Ness Marathon on the first weekend of October.
The award-winning Loch Ness Marathon follows a spectacular point-to-point route alongside the world’s most famous loch. The Festival of Running also features the River Ness 10K renowned for its PB potential, the popular River Ness 5K open to all ages, and the popular Wee Nessie kids race. Why not make a weekend of it and come with family and friends?
The Great Scottish Run is an incredible weekend of running that includes a 10k & Half Marathon.
See two sides of the city from urban streets to Glasgow’s greenest spaces on a stunning route that passes some of the city’s most famous landmarks. And enjoy music and a party atmosphere from start to finish!
A beautiful autumnal trail run in the stunning Tweed Valley, with a choice of 20km, 10km or 5km routes during the day, plus the Nightfall 10km.
The event HQ is in Peebles full of friendly vibes, local food and drink, and a grand afterparty – what's not to like?
The Women’s 10K Edinburgh takes place in late October. Like the Men’s 10K, it starts on the historic Royal Mile and finishes at the iconic BT Murrayfield Stadium.
The event provides a platform to thousands of women on their journey to becoming a fitter, healthier and happier person.
“We want you to feel empowered & drive towards your personal goals – whether that be losing weight, becoming fitter, raising funds for charity or raising awareness of women’s health issues – whatever you want it to be.”
The second run in the Men’s 10K series – Edinburgh Men's 10K – takes in late October. It starts on the historic Royal Mile and finishes at the iconic BT Murrayfield Stadium. The event continues to help thousands of guys on their journey to becoming a fitter, healthier and happier person. It aims to be a catalyst for the men of Scotland and beyond to make a real difference to their lives and the lives of others.
Grab your trail shoes and head torch and take on nighttime trails of trails of varying lengths in the stunning surroundings of Glen Tanar Estate in late October.
Get off the beaten track with High Terrain Events' fantastic series of trail races based at Glentress, near Peebles in the Scottish Borders, about 30 miles south of Edinburgh.
With forest trail events of multiple distances taking place in February & November – there's something for everyone.
Choose between the 10k, half marathon and marathon in February; and the winter half marathon, 10k night run and Tweed Valley Ultra (50k & 65k) in November.
If you’re just beginning your journey to being more active and improving your fitness, and are looking for a relaxed, friendly and fun challenge to help motivate you, then Big Fun Run is for you!
The Big Fun Run is a virtual event which means there is no set date or time to complete your event. Choose a distance you'll enjoy – whether that’s 5K or a bit more – and pick a date and time that works for you.
If you and your four-legged friend are just beginning your journey to being more active and improving your fitness, and are looking for a relaxed, friendly and fun challenge to help motivate you, then Dog Jog is for you!
The Dog Jog virtual event can be completed whenever you like, which gives plenty of time to train for your challenge and fundraise for a charity of your choice if you wish to.