If you want to see the countryside of Finland, then the Espoon Rantamarathon is a perfect marathon to train for! Held annually in September, it is a road race, but on backroads! Whether you are a newbie trying to complete a marathon for the first time or you are a seasoned marathoner looking to beat your best time, the Espoon Rantamarathon is a less competitive marathon where you can just go your own speed.
If trail running is your forte then the Vuokatti Trail Challenge is a perfect fit. Racers start at the old school in Teerivaara in Vuokatti and make their way to the finish line at the hotel Kuofatinhovi. The off-road terrain crosses hills and forests with a delight for all senses around every corner. The total height of the run is about 960 meters, so make sure to add in some mountain race training!
For the night owl, the Forssa Summer Night Marathon is a unique event that is something outside the ordinary 26.2 miles of a regular marathon. There are an estimated 600 participants who will sign up this year. So, make sure to reserve your spot!
Whatever it is that inspires you to run a marathon, you can find that inspiration in Finland Marathon 2020 Events. Find the one that speaks to you and sign up today!
To travel to the country of Finland, you will need a passport that is valid 90-day post-entry date
Since some vaccines are either required or recommended to visit Finland, make an appointment to ensure your shots are up to date
The official currency of Finland is the Euro
The best time to go to Finland is in the winter months of December to March or in the springtime from April to May
There are a number of public transportation options in Finland. Map out your trip to make the best use of your time!