In remembrance of our soldiers in the 1st & 2nd World Wars and subsequent wars & conflicts. A beautiful run on Tarmac & hard trails, in association with Pickering Running Club. This years Dalby Dash again represents great value - all entry fees go to organising the race and raising money for our charities - Help for Heroes and Pickering Rotarians (who donate their share to North Yorkshire charities).
The race starts outside the beautiful Visitor's Centre and you run up a firm Tarmac road (Housedale) to the top of the only hill in the race (a steady slope!) - First man and woman to the top gets a special prize. Then along the top of the rigg on gravel trails and a long and speedy decent down to the beck. Then a 'DASH' to the finish line back at Low Dalby.
From Low Dalby visitor’s centre, the first 2 miles are a steady uphill climb on a private tarmac road along House Dale and then at the top of the hill we turn right as the track levels off. First runners to summit get the King and Queen of the Hill prize!
The surface continues as an uneven compacted stone trail, the track turns right. Now begins the fast and furious decent as we head down Sand Dale and Heck Dale. At the bottom, a right turn takes you along Dalby Beck and down the trail back to Low Dalby and the finish.
Dalby Dash 10kStart Time: 11:02am
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