19th October 2019
Friday 18th October 2019 at Glenfarclas Distillery or early on Saturday 19th October 2019 at Glenfiddich distillery. More details closer to the time.
Expert first aid, regular feed stations, samples of single malt whiskies, a medal, dibber timing technology, professional digital photographs, a technical T-shirt, free parking at Glenfiddich, transportation to race start, safety, security, access to toilet facilities at start and finish as well as on the route itself.
The route uses The Speyside Way mainly over forest tracks and footpaths with some occasional hilly terrain which may be boggy. There is only a very short stretch of road running along minor roads and all road crossings are marshalled. Please wear trail shoes.
Some carparking facilities at Glenfiddich distillery (the finish line for all events). All participants should leave their vehicles at Glenfiddich or in Dufftown.
The Marathon runners (and the 1st and 2nd leg relay runners) will be taken by bus to the start at Glenfarclas (Relay 2nd Leg to Ballindalloch). The Half-Marathon runners (and the 3rd leg relay runners) will be taken by bus to the start of their start at Tamdhu.
The 10K and 4th leg relay runners will be taken by bus to the their start at Aberlour. Then all you have to do is run back to Glenfiddich.
We certainly do : Our equipment is the ‘dibber’ type that is widely used in Adventure Racing and Orienteering (including the World Championships where there’s no back-up system, and 100% accuracy is vital)
Well, it’s The Dramathon – when you get to the end of the race we’ll give you samples of the single malts corresponding to the distance you ran.
Maybe your friends like whisky 😉 The whisky is optional, the atmosphere will be great and the route is out of this world.
There are feed stations at regular intervals along the route providing water and fruit etc. Specialised first aid teams are on hand if needs be and the event is supported by a number of marshalls who can offer assistance if necessary.
Our friends over at The Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival have already thought about all of this.
Take a look at their site here as well as Moray Speyside Tourism’s website at www.morayspeyside.com which has information about places to stay, restaurants and so on.
We have a couple of cut offs & if you arrive after these times your race will stop and you’ll be transported back to the Finish. No arguments.
• 2pm @ Tamdhu Station (Marathon and Relay courses)
• 4pm @ Aberlour (Marathon, Half Marathon, and Relay courses)
We also reserve the right to cut Runners off at the Feed Stations and bring them back to the Finish by vehicle. This will be at our discretion.
We’re afraid not.