F.A.Q.

Things you need to know...

Can I park nearby?
Yes, parking for approx. 20 cars onsite at venue. Please, please car share if possible . Additional parking on The Ridgeway (see map) a 2 min walk. Please do not park in Eleanor Crescent or Hillview rrrr and bear in mind that tractors and horseboxes may need to use Burtonhole Lane which is quite narrow. Marshalls will be on hand to help.

How do arrive by public transport?
Mill Hill East.... on the Northern Line is a 15 min (uphill) walk. Or jump on the 240 bus from tube station. Alight just after Adam and Eve pub and walk down Burtonhole Lane.
Mill Hill Broadway Thameslink... again the 240 bus from station alight Medical Research centre and walk down Burtonhole Lane.
 
Race numbers
Will be issued on the morning at venue from 7.30am.
Race briefing at 8.50am.
 
What will I receive afterwards?
A fabulous bespoke medal will be waiting for you at the finish line, along with a goody bag and refreshments inside the cricket club.
 
Baggage
Can be left in the cricket club at your own risk. One of our helpers will keep an eye on stuff but please leave precious items in your locked vehicles......
 
What shall I wear?
Trail shoes ideally... 70% of the course is off road and in early March possibly quite muddy. If the weather has been very kind then road shoes would be ok. Additional garments if needed can be discarded/retrieved at the start/finish zone or aid station which you will pass through each lap. As can labelled drinks if you wish to bring your own.
 
Can I run with my dog?
Of course!! It is a very dog friendly route. Please be aware of the faster runners overtaking... and that part of the course is on road.
 
Can I wear my headphones?
Yes you may. But please remove them when crossing any roads for safety!!
 
Do we have the route to ourselves?
No. The footpaths and bridleways are open to everyone and you may be sharing them with locals walking their dogs!! The event is also welcoming fundraising walkers to join in from 10.30am.

Is there a time limit?
Yes. Seven hours. The course is pretty challenging (But I would like to get to the pub with you all too)