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30.10.21 - OXWICH BAY
Welcome to the First edition of the highly anticipated Swansea Trail Half Marathon. Taking you 13.1 miles through the beautiful surroundings of the Gower, Swansea, taking place from the sensation views of Oxwich Bay. Swansea Trail Half Marathon is set to be one of the most exciting half marathons in Wales.
This event will now take place on Saturday 30th October 2021, 11am Start. The new date has been changed to 2021 to meet the guidelines for COVID-19 set out by the Welsh Government.
Swansea Trail Half Marathon is brand new for 2020. This event will take place from the stunning surroundings of Oxwich Bay and is set to be one of the most highly anticipated half marathons in Wales The route comprises some of the very best views of the Gower which became the first area in the United Kingdom to be designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
If you’re not from the area, you may not know that Oxwich, Gower has some of the most beautiful villages in the UK and is extremely popular for those looking for a relaxing holiday in the place dubbed by many as one of the prettiest locations in the UK.
This event is open to seasoned runners and beginners, so why not join Tough Runner UK and start your trail running journey today and get off the road!
RACE ROUTE: Race route is currently being worked on and will be available very soon.
With this race you'll get:
RACE BRIEFING FOR ALL RUNNERS
START OF THE SWANSEA TRAIL HALF MARATHON
FIRST RUNNERS EXPECTED
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There is small beachside shop huts and public toilets located near the start/finish line.
There will be a £5 Parking fee which will be payable to the Marshalls. This is given to the owners at Oxwich Bay.
This event is open to people of all abilities.
No, the carpark is close to the start/finish, please leave all valuables in your car.
YES! We provide a free photographer! Please say hi and give a LIKE to Ed Morris Photography on Facebook.
Yes water will be located at the start/finish and around halfway point.