The We DRAM Relay | 42km (ish)

Tackle The Full Marathon route in teams of four.

Each stage is about a quarter of the full marathon route (see below).

Some hilly terrain before the manicured lawns of Ballindalloch Castle and your first stop at Ballindalloch, pretty plain sailing along the beautiful Speyside Way to Tamdhu and Knockando before passing the award-winning architecture of Dalmunach distillery and onto Aberlour.

The last 10K have got a few surprises in store before the grand finale taking you through Balvenie and Glenfiddich to claim your drams and catch your breath before the post-race party.

Saturday 20th October 2020 | Race starts at Glenfarclas at 10am (Bus departure from Glenfiddich at 9am.)

Runners of legs 2, 3, 4 depart in buses from Glenfiddich later in the morning.

Marathon: £124 per team of four (+ 5% Entry Central card processing fee)

What’s included in the entry fee:

  • Fully marked course
  • Coach transport to the Start Line
  • Baggage transfer back to Finish Line
  • Finishers Medal
  • Custom Event T-Shirt
  • Glencairn tasting glass with Dramathon logo
  • Professionally organised well stocked feed stations
  • Electronic Timing
  • Whisky samples from local distilleries
  • Extensive safety and 1st Aid teams
  • Public Liability Insurance
ENTRY OPENS JAN 2020


Relay route sections:

SECTION 1

The first section from Glenfarclas to Ballindalloch is probably the toughest with some rough going just after Glenfarclas but you’ll be rewarded with spectacular views of Ben Rinnes before the elegance of the manicured lawns of Ballindalloch Castle and their Estate Distillery.

SECTION 2

The second section from Ballindalloch to Tamdhu is mostly plain sailing along the banks of the Spey, except for a wee (!) hill up to Cardhu.

SECTION 3

The third section from Tamdhu to Aberlour is the easiest section taking in the award-winning architecture of Dalmunach distillery and onto Aberlour for the handover.

SECTION 4

The fourth and final section from Aberlour to Craigellachie is a breeze before the grand finale taking you through Balvenie and Glenfiddich to claim your drams and catch your breath before the post-race celebrations.