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Elsecar Trail running festival and Santa Dash along the lovely Transpennine trail. Enjoy a fantastic winter weekend of running along the lovely transpennine trail. On Saturday 16th, distances include the marathon and half marathon and on Sunday 17th you can run the 10k or for the second year running the fantastic santa dash (fancy dress encouraged).

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"As my first Marathon, it was great, the support over the first 3 laps was..."
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How to enter the Elsecar Trail Running Festival & Santa Dash

  1. Marathon

    Run 26.2mi
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    £38
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  2. 20 Miles

    Run 20mi
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    £34
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  3. Half Marathon

    Run 13.1mi
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    £27
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  4. 6.7 Miles

    Run 6.7mi
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    £23
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  5. 8k

    Run 8km
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    £23
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  6. 5k

    Run 5km
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    £13
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  7. 1 Mile Fun Run

    Run 1mi
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    £4
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Elsecar Trail Running Festival & Santa Dash reviews

4 out of 5 stars

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  • Did the Marathon in 2018

    As my first Marathon, it was great, the support over the first 3 laps was great. The last lap got a bit lonely. I may have considered my road shoes instead of trails, as the trail was quite compact; but that would have been difficult to judge.