The Green Man Ultra

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Long Ashton, North Somerset, GB
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The Green Man Ultra comes in two formats the 45 mile distance and the 30 mile distance. Both races are held on the same course on the same day and have the same checkpoints and finish, just with differing start locations.

The Green Man Ultra 45 is a full loop of the Community Forest Path, starting and finishing at the stunning Ashton Court Mansion House just outside the centre of Bristol. Parking for the event is strictly in the Church Lodge car park and then walk up to the Mansion House, following the race signs.

The Green Man Ultra 30 (affectionately known as The Green Boy) is a partial loop of the Community Forest Path, starting in Keynsham at checkpoint two of the 45 mile route and finishing at the stunning Ashton Court Mansion House just outside the centre of Bristol. Other than the start time, distance and location, all information for the 45 mile event is also relevant for the 30 mile event.

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  1. Race Name: Ultra 45 Miles

    • Run 46mi
    • Elev Gain 3,100ft
    Race Date: Sat 3 Mar 2018, 8.00am
  2. Race Name: Ultra 30 Miles

    • Run 30mi
    Race Date: Sat 3 Mar 2018, 11.00am

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