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“Been running 3 years and done a fair few events and this was up there with one of the best organised events Iv ever done! Great marshals, challenging course, water stations in exactly the right locations and I like the fact it starts mid afternoon for a change!” Charmouth Challenge Finisher from 2016

“Brilliant organisation, lots of friendly Marshals, plus amazing Dorset coast line. Thank you fab route will be back next year!” Charmouth Challenge Finisher from 2016

“Thankyou to the organisers and volunteers. I did the fun run and that has to be one of the most steepest hills I’ve ever tried to run!” Charmouth Challenge Finisherfrom 2016

“Thanks for a great run today, it was the first time I’ve done it and I was definitely challenged! But will def do it again , the views were incredible, great morale from the other runners, great supportive marshals and overall a very well run and organised event thank you.” Charmouth Challenge Finisher from 2016

“This was my first time around the challenge. Big thanks to the marshals who were so supportive. It’s a brutal course with spectacular views , but who put all those hills in there ?”Charmouth Challenge Finisher from 2016

“If you’ve ever been to the Golden Cap in Dorset, you’ll understand why it’s the perfect race venue.   A stunning yellow-stoned promontory, it is the highest sea cliff on the south coast of England at 191m, and boasts stunning views of Lyme Regis and Charmouth once you reach the top.

A review from Runners World: Organised by the PTA of Charmouth School, the race began in the school grounds and took runners along the Jurassic Coast over varied terrain and up some rather steep hills (one runner likened running the course to “a spider trying to get out of a bath”). The Jurassic Coast covers 95 miles of truly stunning coastline from East Devon to Dorset, and England’s first natural World Heritage Site, and led runners all the way to the Golden Cap. The lung-busting climbs along the way came with great rewards, in the form of the fantastic cliff-top views, and the feeling of great satisfaction that comes with the completion of a hard slog in difficult weather. The windy and very wet conditions could have put a real dampener on proceedings, but many runners found that it simply made the experience all the more exhilarating.

This race is a good choice for a family day out; as well as the main race event there was also a 2.5-mile fun run, and a village fête to keep spectators entertained. A particularly nice touch at the finish was the distribution of the medals by pupils from Charmouth School.””

“Challenging route with three big hills. Great views off the cliff tops. Great community spirit at the school that hosts the race – the whole town seemed to be there!”

“Tough climbs and even tougher descents – not helped by gusting winds and driving rain. I’m told the views would have been great, had I summoned the strength to lift my head up and look!”

“If you’ve ever been to the Golden Cap in Dorset, you’ll understand why it’s the perfect race venue.   A stunning yellow-stoned promontory, it is the highest sea cliff on the south coast of England at 191m, and boasts stunning views of Lyme Regis and Charmouth once you reach the top.

Organised by the PTA of Charmouth School, the race began in the school grounds and took runners along the Jurassic Coast over varied terrain and up some rather steep hills (one runner likened running the course to “a spider trying to get out of a bath”). The Jurassic Coast covers 95 miles of truly stunning coastline from East Devon to Dorset, and England’s first natural World Heritage Site, and led runners all the way to the Golden Cap. The lung-busting climbs along the way came with great rewards, in the form of the fantastic cliff-top views, and the feeling of great satisfaction that comes with the completion of a hard slog in difficult weather. The windy and very wet conditions could have put a real dampener on proceedings, but many runners found that it simply made the experience all the more exhilarating.

This race is a good choice for a family day out; as well as the main race event there was also a 2.5-mile fun run, and a village fête to keep spectators entertained. A particularly nice touch at the finish was the distribution of the medals by pupils from Charmouth School.””

“Challenging route with three big hills. Great views off the cliff tops. Great community spirit at the school that hosts the race – the whole town seemed to be there!”

“Tough climbs and even tougher descents – not helped by gusting winds and driving rain. I’m told the views would have been great, had I summoned the strength to lift my head up and look!”

 

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