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We are pleased to announce the dates for the next Wild Night Run Series.

The Wild Night Run Race Series

Race 1 – The Night Templer 10K & 5K, 2K, 1K was on Sat 20 October

Race 2 – The Haldon Night 10K and 5K, 2K & 1K 6pm (kids races at 5pm), Sat 3 Nov

A hilly course on relatively smooth trails at Haldon Forest.
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Race 3 – Burrator Noir and 10K, 2K & 1K, 5.30pm, Sat 1 Dec,

Starts and finishes at Burrator Reservoir. Choose from the 10 mile Burrator Noir, virtually all-off road that follows a big loop around Burrator. Not too much climbing (for a Dartmoor run). Alternatively there’s the Burrator 10K which is a fast, mainly tarmac 10K course based on a lap & three quarters of Burrator Reservoir – ideal for road runners or people new to night running.
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Race 4 – Dart Dart Dash 10K, 5K, 2K & 1K 5.30pm, Sat 8 Dec

This race moves to a Saturday evening and the start moves to Dartington Hall for extra facilities and more parking. However the course remains the same!  A tough, sometimes muddy 10K that’s almost all off-road & uses the best bits of the Dartington Estate.
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Race 1 – The Moonlight Flit 10K, 5K, 2K & 1K 5.30pm, Sat 19 Jan

The new Moorland course people loved earlier this year. It’s 100 percent off-road and starts and finishes from Wrangaton Golf Club
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Race 6 – The Wild Night Run 10 miles and 5 miles, 5.30pm, Sat 9 Feb

Dartmoor’s toughest night race returns for a 6th consecutive year starting and finishing in South Brent.
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Race 7 – Back to Black Bristol, 10K, 5K, 2K & 1K, 5.30pm, Sat 23 Feb,

Leigh Woods, Bristol
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Race 8 – The Battle of Woodbury Common, Half Marathon, 10K, 2K, 1K, Sat 9 Mar

Woodbury Common
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If you’re new to Night Running and wondering what it’s like, have a look at The Comments from a previous race. Or read these blogs: Paul Trueman’s entertaining account of The Wild Night Run and Rhys Goodhead’s very different account at the sharp end of The Moonlit Flit And finally check out our video of the 2018 Wild NIght Run race