Windermere Marathon is a fundraising event held to support Brathay Trust's work with vulnerable and hard to reach children and young people.
Back for 2018 and now one of a handful of marathons run entirely within a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Often described as the friendliest and most beautiful UK marathon, finish this breathtakingly beautiful course, amidst a carnival atmosphere, in the grounds of Brathay Hall with its stunning views over England's largest lake. Those crossing the 2018 finish line will receive a new medal depicting an iconic scene from their route.
Voted the UK's most scenic marathon by readers of Runners World, it's bigger, better and as beautiful as ever. Finish this breathtakingly beautiful course, amidst a carnival atmosphere, in the grounds of Brathay Hall with its stunning views over England's largest lake. Take a look at the video to get a feel for the route.
How to enter the ASICS Windermere Marathon
Do it for a good cause. Make those miles count and register for a charity place.
- Run 26.2miStandard EntriesCharity Entries
ASICS Windermere Marathon route
A 26.2 mile anti-clockwise circuit of Windermere, taking in Hawkshead, Newby Bridge, Bowness-on-Windermere and Ambleside along the way.
Over half the course is run on partially traffic-free roads or roads with a dedicated running lane.
It has outstanding local support and, to top it all, you get to see the inspirational men and women who will be completing the final marathon of their Brathay 10in10.
26 2 MilesStart Time: 10:00am
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