The ECHO Challenge
NT Polesden Lacey, Dorking, Surrey, RH5 6BD
2015 race results are HERE.
10km run, 6km trail run or walk and kids’ race too, all in aid of Evelina Children’s Heart Organisation.
Limited canicross places available.
Check out the 10k run route – it’s a great hilly cross country run through scenic National Trust land at Polesden Lacey – Garmin Route
Why not use your run to collect sponsorship money for the Evelina Children’s Heart Organisation, ECHO.
What10km and 6km off road run - hilly, woodland trails, green pastures, epic scenery and fabulous venue
Your entry fee provides:
Professional event organisation team
Manned water station at 5km
Complimentary post-race refreshments
WhereNT Polesden Lacey, Dorking, Surrey, RH5 6BD
17 October 2015 - 09:30 for both 6km and 10km athletes. The kids race will start at 09:00.
RegistrationFor the 10k, and 6k cross country running events, please collect you race number and timing chip on the day, kids collect their race number on the day. Nothing will be sent out to you in the post.
TravelDorking, Surrey is well served by train services and is about a 10 minute drive away.
What to wearTrail running shoes are recommended if you have them.
Course6km route on strava - Log into Strava and compete for your leader board position on the 'segments.'
10km route on Garmin
TimingGun start, chip finish timing will be provided.
First aidFirst aiders will be on standby during the event.
ToiletsPortable toilets will be provided for racers and spectators.
WaterThere will be a water stations for the 6km and 10km race distances and at the start/ finish area.
These 6km and 10km runs will be raising money for Evelina Children's Heart Organisation (“ECHO”) so get started with your fundraising as soon as you register! ECHO provides vital support to children with heart conditions who are treated at the Evelina Children’s Hospital in London and their parents/carers. It is a small, yet dynamic organisation which plays a crucial role not only in supporting children and young people with serious health issues but also through advocacy and liaison work with the hospital. More details can be found here.