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24 Hours South - The Offa's Dyke Ultra

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Event summary

See how far you can get in this epic 24 hour ultra marathon. Great for those looking to push their limits, the course heads south from Prestatyn along the National Trail. Come for the stunning yet challenging route or for the well-stocked check points.

Your organiser

OutFit provide Fitness Services, Events & Challenges for all abilities. The goal is to get people moving outdoors, with all of the benefits that brings - and are experts in getting people to their goals, and beyond! We welcome experienced runners, but particularly enjoy seeing beginners get involved and achieve great things. Expect a friendly welcome and a great time with us on your event day.

How to enter

Tickets available until Thu May 13 2021

What's included:

  • GPS tracking
  • Chip timing
  • 24hours South Finisher's Medal
  • 24hours South Technical Tee
  • Certificate
  • Well stocked checkpoints with rest areas, food/drinks and first aid
  • 4 community halls where runners can rest and access their drop bag/support
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Frequently asked questions
Are there rest/aid stations at the 24 Hours South - The Offa's Dyke Ultra?
Yes, there will be 4 designated checkpoint in total at: Llandegla (28.3 miles), Trefonen (52.3 miles), Forden (75.9 miles) and Knighton (96 miles).… read more
What do finisher's receive for the 24 Hours South - The Offa's Dyke Ultra?
All finisher's will receive a bespoke medal, tech t-shirt and a certificate.… read more
Does everyone need a support driver for the 24 Hours South - The Offa's Dyke Ultra?
Yes, all participants must have a dedicated support driver to pick them up from their finish point and transport them back to one of the 4 main checkpoints.… read more
Route description
Route description

This epic race only has one task: go as far as you can in 24 hours...

Runners will begin on the North Wales Coast at Prestatyn and will head south along the National Trail for 24 hours, stopping along the way at feed stations and to rest.

There will be designated rest points set up at Llandegla (28.3 miles), Trefonen (52.3 miles), Forden (75.9 miles) and Knighton (96 miles). At these rest points, runners can access their drop bags as requested before race day.

A dedicated support driver is essential and must be on hand to collect you from the end of the race. They will need to transport you back to the nearest of the 4 main Checkpoints to pick up your drop bag, 'sign out' with the marshal team and drop off your timing & tracking devices.

Logistics and schedule



12:00 Race begins


12:00 Race ends

Drop bags will be left at one of the 4 designated rest points before race day for participants to collect after they have finished their race, between noon and 5pm.

More detailed information will be sent out to those registered.


Volunteers are a focal point of all OutFit events. As such, they are always on the look-out for more helping hands.

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How to get there

Address: The Nova Centre, Bastion Road, Prestatyn

Car: There will be parking available on site.

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