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Keswick Half Marathon
Keswick Half Marathon
For 2021, the Half Marathon will take place on Sunday 26th September.
Keswick Half Marathon is said to be one of the most scenic half marathons in the country.
The race was set up by Keswick Rugby Club in order to raise funds for the club and the youth coaching program. We are one of only a handful of small clubs in the country to have a full-time rugby development officer who spends the majority of his time in the local schools. The half marathon is one of the events that helps to fund this coaching program so your support is greatly appreciated.
Come and take part in this very popular annual event. The route is a circuit of Derwentwater, with a loop into the Newlands valley, probably the most scenic 13 miles 192.5 yards in the country.
On the race day there is a fun run for the young ones. A short course, just for fun!
• 350 metres one course • Two age groups