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The CW50 is a 50 mile single loop around the beautiful Chiltern countryside. The route takes in 5600ft of climb and visits picturesque villages, bursting with history, featuring locations made famous by British film and television. This event is Race 3 in the 50 Mile Grand Slam.

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"I ran the Chiltern Wonderland 50 in September 2017. The organisation was second..."
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How to enter the Chiltern Wonderland 50

  1. Chiltern Wonderland 50

    Run 81km

Chiltern Wonderland 50 route

The race route consists of a single 50 mile loop through the Chiltern Hills. Starting and finishing in the riverside village of Goring On Thames, It begins by heading down the 'hilliest' section of the Thames Path National Trail to Whitchurch, before joining the Chiltern Way to Mapledurham. From there it is a short 4 mile section through to Sonning Common, before runners get in to some of the best climbs, descents, valleys and villages that the Chilterns have to offer.

What’s Included
Medal & T-Shirt to Finishers only.
Additional prizes will be awarded to First/ Second/ Third place Male and Female.
Winners of each age category will also be awarded prizes: M40, M50, M60, M70 and F40, F50, F60, F70.

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Chiltern Wonderland 50 weather forecast

Clear throughout the day.

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Chiltern Wonderland 50 reviews

5 out of 5 stars

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  • Did the Chiltern Wonderland 50 in 2017

    I ran the Chiltern Wonderland 50 in September 2017. The organisation was second to none. Race HQ in Goring village hall was transformed to check in, kit check and later finishing area. The route is a single loop stitching together the Thames, the Ridgeway trail and a number of smaller trails. There are a couple of decent climbs and some really fun wooded descents as well as long runnable sections. It was extremely well way marked with ticker tape to guide you even in the remotest areas. The aid stations were brilliant and had a fantastic wide choice of food. The volunteers were friendly and helpful. Finishing at the village hall, I really felt like I had been a part of something special. I will definitely look to run another centurion event soon.