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The Burrator 10K is a fast, flat route that is almost all on tarmac. UK Athletics license applied for and it will be run under UK athletics rules.

The setting is stunning but its also perfect for a PB! It starts 0.5 miles south east of the visitor centre and does one complete loop of the reservoir and then 2/3rds of a second loop before finishing at exactly 10K about 300 metres from HQ (the visitor centre). This course, measured and certificated by England Athletics, was first used for the Burrator Noir 10K, run on a wet and windy night in December 2015. There is just 113 metres of climbing on this course. And were sure a top runner in good conditions can break 30 minutes. However its also ideal for fun runners and beginners.

CASH BONUS! 200 FOR FIRST MAN WHO BREAKS 30 MINUTES OR FIRST WOMAN WHO BREAKS 34 MINUTES OR 100 BONUS FOR FIRST MAN WHO BREAKS 31 MINUTES OR FIRST WOMAN WHO BREAKS 35 MINUTES!

Review summary

4.5
26 Reviews
  • Course
  • Organisation
  • Atmosphere

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Ann K
"Really great course - pretty and flat. Issue with results coming through so..."

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Ben b
"Absolutely loved the 10k, the atmosphere was really good and snacks at the..."

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S T
"The event itself was good, course was clearly marked out with markers to show..."
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How to enter the Burrator 10K

  1. 10K

    Run 10km
    £20
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  2. 2K Kids

    Run 2km
    £7
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  3. 1K Kids

    Run 1km
    £6
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Event Details

What’s Included
Race entry includes: free professional event photos, secure left luggage facility, professional electronic chip timing (with separate gun times & start times), distance markers every km, 2 x drink & feed stations, finisher’s slate coasters, water in biodegradable corn cups & bananas for all finishers, category prizes & spot prizes (via our free to join Strava club). Open to everyone aged 15 or over. But for anyone under 15 we have Kids Races.


Raceday Logistics
Burrator 10K
Start Time: 10.00am
Registration opens: 7.30am for queries & t-shirt collection.
Race numbers & timing chips are posted the week before
Briefing: 9.55
Cut Off Time: 11.40 am

Burrator Kids 2K & 1K races
Start Time: 9am
Registration opens: 7.30am
(Race numbers chips are collected on the day)
Briefing: 8.55am
Cut Off Time: 9.25am
FAQs

Under England Athletics (Runbritain) rules the minimum age is 15 for road 10Ks (16 for trail BTW).

However we also have kids races in the hour before the main race on the trails round the Reservoir. And anyone entering children for the Kids Races will bet a pass to park by the Reservoir.

There is a 1K for children under 8 (and children as young as 2 are welcome accompanied by a parent) and a 2K for children aged 8 – 14.  CLICK HERE to find out more.

 

Wheelchairs are permitted and the short gravel section on the course should not present a problem. Unfortunately buggies or push chairs are not allowed under England Athletics rules.

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Burrator 10K weather forecast

Mostly cloudy throughout the day.

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11°C
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IconModerate breeze possible, up to 11mph

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Burrator 10K reviews (26)

4.5 out of 5 stars

  • Course
  • Organisation
  • Atmosphere
  • A

    Ann K

    Did the 10K in 2019

    Really great course - pretty and flat. Issue with results coming through so that not all of us had our times.
  • B

    Ben b

    Did the 10K in 2019

    Absolutely loved the 10k, the atmosphere was really good and snacks at the finish line were great aswell!, I'll be doing it next year foe sure
  • S

    S T

    Did the 10K in 2019

    The event itself was good, course was clearly marked out with markers to show distances. Parking was a bit difficult but It was the only option. Due to parking there was a lot of waiting around at the beginning of the event with not a lot of shelter due to the start line being away from the discovery centre.
  • Did the 10K in 2019

    This was a very enjoyable race. Lovely friendly event. Scenic route and not too flat. Get there early to get a parking spot near the start/ rave HQ.
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    Georgia C

    Did the 10K in 2019

    Organisation on the day was fantastic, the course was well marshalled and the finish line atmosphere was brilliant. I would have liked the race day info to have been sent out slightly earlier, but the day itself was a great first 10k.
  • I

    Irene

    Did the 10K in 2019

    The race was well organised and well run. The route is good apart from the incline near 5k mark and the end. Maybe next year could we have better weather didn't need the drenching really.
  • M

    Mark J

    Did the 10K in 2019

    Good flat traffic free course, good atmosphere at the finish line where there were lots of treats and medals. Well organised to get the road shut and everything in place on time. The final prize giving and round up was quiet as most of the runners had gone home, it would be better if this was done at the finish line, mainly so that the organisers could be shown so more appreciation. Great system that sends you your time after the race.
  • B

    Belinda C

    Did the 10K in 2019

    Lovely race with great atmosphere and lots of people cheering you on. Despite the heavy showers we enjoyed it - plus there are cakes and coffee at the finish!
  • R

    Ruth D

    Did the 10K in 2019

    Great course despite finishing up a hill! Organisation ok. Parking ok but lack of info about where to catch the shuttlebus back to car. Ended up walking back. Loved the water-melon finish!! Great idea.
  • T

    TonyF

    Did the 10K in 2019

    Parking isn't great. Had to wait 25 minutes for a park and ride bus and difficult to get out afterwards