Mon, 30 Sept|
National Trust - Black Down
Black Down 10km Sunset Trail Run (1)
Please note tonights run leader will be Matt Buck, who has stepped in for me after I hurt my leg last night. Come and explore the stunning heathland and surrounding woodland at Black Down, the highest point in the South Downs National Park.
Time & Location
30 Sept 2019, 19:00
National Trust - Black Down, Tennyson's Ln, Haslemere
About The Event
If it is your first time running with us, please fill out the run waiver and consent form BEFORE booking here
Then return to this page to book your event via the link below the waiver.
Our run starts at 7pm prompt please arrive early to check in and warm up.
We will lose light towards the end of this run and run back through the woods. you must bring a head torch with you.
The run Takes us through the heathland of Black Down the Highest point in the South Downs National Park. With an abundance of wildlife and far-reaching views of Sussex and Surrey. We pick up The Serpent Trail for a while then break off across farmland and woodland trails; before climbing back up and re-joining The Serpent Trail to admire the views at the Temple of the Winds. We then snake our way back with more dramatic views as we do. This really is a spectacular run!
We are here to have fun and make friends not race. We will aim to run together, regroup when needed and encourage each other along the way. You should be able to run 6:15/7:00 min/km 10:00/11:00m/mi and be fit enough to run.
Please follow the google drop pin, the postcode will just take you to the area and there is more than one car park. We start at the one directly on Tennyson's Lane where you will see the cars from the road.
She Runs Outdoors Black Down