The Culloden Run 2015 takes place on Sunday October 25th – Click here to register.
Many congratulations and thanks…
…to all the 512 runners in both races who completed the 2014 Culloden Run despite the gale force winds and driving rain – true battle spirit!
Photos – Click here
Results – Click here
CHSS also sincerely thanks the wonderful event support team and all those who have donated equipment, services and assistance in any way!
Next year’s event will take place on Sunday October 25th 2015 and registration from the event will open in early January 2015
Winner of the Highlands and Islands Tourism Awards ‘Best Sporting Event 2013′
For route info and map, click here
The Most Historic Runs in Scotland – for Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland
Based at the historic NTS Culloden Battlefield Visitor Centre
• ‘The Culloden Run 17.46k’ is a testing challenge over a 10.83 mile route which passes through stunning scenery and by historic landmarks; Culloden Battlefield, Clava Cairns, River Nairn and the awesome River Nairn Viaduct – can you ‘battle’ round the course?
• ‘The Culloden 10K’ is an exciting, fast, mostly flat route which passes around the quiet perimeter roads of Culloden Battlefield
Culloden Moor will witness another epic event this autumn when runners from all over the country gather to ‘battle’ round the route of ‘the most historic runs in Scotland’.
The Culloden Run 17.46k and the Culloden 10K are events devised by leading charity Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland in partnership with the National Trust for Scotland and will take place on the last weekend of October. Both the 17.46k run (10.83 miles) and the 10K race are road runs based at the NTS Culloden Visitor Centre near Inverness. The 17.46k run pays homage to the Battle of Culloden in 1746 and will provide a scenic but testing route for runners to ‘battle with’ and passes by the prehistoric Clava Cairns and under the imposing railway viaduct over the River Nairn. The Culloden 10K will provide a flatter and faster course for runners and joggers of all standards looking to run in an historic landscape. Recognising the sanctity and historic status of the battlefield the running routes will have no impact or presence on or near the actual battlefield site or associated monuments.