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Running and walking events in Scotland - what’s on

Running in Scotland is always a huge challenge, with its very varied terrain and unpredictable climate. Scotland provides a wealth of opportunity for runners of all ages and abilities, from leisurely jogs around the loch to competitive marathons and the more extreme sport of fell running. Of course there is always organised and/or charity walks for a slower alternative.

activity highlights

26th & 27th April 2014, Royal Deeside:

Run Balmoral is a festival of running: a chance for runners of all ages and abilities to participate and compete in one of the best running events in the North East of Scotland.

27th April 2014, Portmahomack:

Scenic out-and-back course from Portmahomack to Tarbat Ness lighthouse.

26th & 27th April 2014, Highlands:

The Highlander shares a number of similarities with many other Mountain Marathons but it also has its own unique character.

3rd May 2014, Highlands:

The event starts at Beasdale station, following the scenic route through Arisaig and Morar, and finishes by the swimming pool in Mallaig.

4th May 2014, Glasgow:

Show cancer who’s boss by taking on a 5k Race for Life event.

16th - 19th May 2014, Argyll:

This adventure race is for teams of Sailors and Fell Runners (both adult and teenage) and is held annually on and around the most beautiful parts of the West Coast of Scotland.

24th May 2014, Stornoway:

Stornoway Half Marathon, 10K and Family Fun run.

27th May 2014, Dundee:

Enjoy the beauty of Castle Green at Broughty Ferry, overlooking the coastline, whilst raising funds for Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research.

7th June 2014, Benbecula:

June is a fantastic time for a half marathon.

14th June 2014, Isle of Skye:

A half marathon in a stunning part of Scotland.

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