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Simply put, it's the Cotswold Way. Start in Chipping Campden at the Village Hall, stop in Bath at Bath Abbey, follow the signs marked "Cotswold Way". Although we may add occasional markings near check points or where the route has more than 1 option, please plan on the only route markings being the existing Cotswold Way markers (follow the acorn). THIS MEANS YOU NEED TO BE ABLE TO READ A MAP! You'll have 30 hours to complete the event, with intermediate cut-offs along the way.

How to enter the Cotswold Way Century

  1. 102 Miles

    Run 102mi
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Cotswold Way Century route

It's the Cotswold Way. It's really very hilly, because the people who created it wanted you to see every beautiful viewpoint on the top and every chocolate-box village at the bottom, and the only way to do that is to keep going up and down. There are a few road sections, a lot of hard stone tracks, plenty of green and grassy paths, and a fair number of ploughed fields along your route.

Event Details

Kit List
Drink container(s) of 500ml capacity or greater - and at least 500ml of fluid at the start.
For the Broadway Half Marathon runners, 400ml will be OK
For the Cotswold Way:
you must start with 1.5L or more (we recommend 2-2.5L)
we will only give cups for hot drinks
a long sleeved top
Windproof jacket - full sleeved (for Winter races, waterproof is advisable). For the Cotswold Way, waterproof is required.
Emergency nutrition (a gel, energy bar, some sweets, etc.)
Head covering (hat, multi-use covering, hood)
Mobile phone, charged, on, and with volume up
Foil blanket or full-sized bin liner
Head / Hand Torch (for any race over 50mi or starting after 4pm)
First aid kit, including
tape (micropore, zinc oxide, flexible, or similar)
blister plasters
small wound dressing (absorbent pad with a gauze bandage)
For the Cotswold Way Century only: a map of the route (and it had better be more than a side of A4)!

Cotswold Way Century weather forecast

Clear throughout the day.

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