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Dundee Running Adventure Marathon

Quick facts

Location Dundee, United Kingdom

Distance Marathon

Date 19 Jul 2020

About Dundee Running Adventure Marathon

A multi-terrain marathon where runners follow a route round the city of Dundee. The race is open to up to 300 runners, and there is also a half marathon (Half DRAM). A 1 lap anti-cockwise 26.2 mile route using the full green circular which surrounds the city of Dundee. This is a mixture of path, trail and pavement. 

The event starts/finishes within Camperdown Park, Dundee.The route, although not designed traditional competitive clock-watchers will make for an adventurous day out. With relay changeover points (at 8.5 and 17 miles), potential traffic-crossing hotspots and testing undulations it’s unlikely you will finish with a personal best. However runners will enjoy any stops, providing an excuse for a momentary breather and chance to admire the fantastic view.

Distances

Half Marathon

  • 21.1km

Marathon

  • 42.195km

Practicalities

Award Medals

All runners will receive a finishers medal and goodie bag.

Maximum Time

Runners must complete the half marathon distance within 3 hours and the full distance within 6 hours.

Timing

This is a CHIPPED timed event.

Dundee Running Adventure Marathon Route Map

Dundee Running Adventure Marathon Route Map

Start:

Camperdown Park

Dundee,gb

Highlights

The route is a mixture of terrains as runners pass through wooded areas, parkland and along the banks of the Tay before returning to the park.

Overview

The race begins at Camperdown Park. The route then follows a clockwise course taking in the city's popular Green Circular cycleway. Runners pass through wooded areas, parkland and along a lengthy stretch the northern banks of the River Tay, over a mix of differing terrains, ending up at the finish line back at Camperdown Park. The route, although not designed traditional competitive clock-watchers will make for an adventurous day out.

The race information has been found on the official website of the event or through publicly available sources. Always refer to the official website the latest race information. Please let us know if any data is wrong or missing, by emailing us.