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Endurancelife Coastal Trail Series – Gower

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Gower was the first place in Britain to be designated an 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' (AONB). The unique peninsula is a protected haven for some of the richest and most varied wildlife habitats in the UK. The coastal trails here are set against an awe-inspiring natural backdrop of cliff tops, downland, woodland, sand dunes and world famous beaches. This trail running paradise is very accessible from most parts of the UK.

Review summary

4.6
5 Reviews
  • Course
  • Organisation
  • Atmosphere

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Fran O
"Stunning views of Gower peninsula, bit wet and wild but worth it!..."

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Douglas M
"Nothing out of the ordinary for a coastal trail event. Course was more or less..."

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Ady P
"All was great , location , organisation, route. Only problem we had was my..."
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How to enter the Endurancelife Coastal Trail Series – Gower

  1. Ultra Marathon

    Run 34.2mi
    £66
    Event passed
  2. Marathon

    Run 27.5mi
    £55
    Event passed
  3. Half Marathon

    Run 14.8mi
    £44
    Event passed
  4. 10k

    Run 6.6mi
    £33
    Event passed

Endurancelife Coastal Trail Series – Gower routes

Event Details

What’s Included

Finishers Medal

A nutrition bar

Tech T-shirt

Frequently Asked Questions

At what time does the Endurancelife Coastal Trail Series – Gower start?
Races do not have exact start times, but will start shortly after the race briefing ends. The briefing and start windows are as follows: Ultra - 8.00 to 8.30am, Marathon - 8.30 - 9.00am, Half Marathon - 10.00 - 10.30am, and the 10k - 11.00 to 11.30am. We recommend arriving at least half an hour before your race briefing starts to allow time to park and register. Registration closes 15 minutes before your briefing and start window.
What is the cut-off time for the Endurancelife Coastal Trail Series – Gower?
There are cut-off times for the Marathon and Ultra races only. All Ultra and Marathon participants must reach CP3 (at 19.4 miles) by 14:00, and ultra runners must reach the end of the Marathon route (at 26.4 miles) by 15:00. It is worth being aware of cut-off times, but it is rare that participants miss them.
What do I need to bring to the Endurancelife Coastal Trail Series – Gower?
All races except the 10k have mandatory kit requirements in order to ensure the safety of all runners. Your kit will be checked at some point during the event. Participants without mandatory kit will be disqualified. Mandatory kit includes a mobile phone, waterproof, hydration system, and snacks. Longer races also require runners to carry cash, headwear, a headtorch, and a whistle. For a full list see here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1n8QPunC-gfQY-fZCw4eTZDtkhcoBtbuYCNLavfzQN4I/edit
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Meet the organizer

Love endurance sport, live for adventure? Endurancelife is for anyone who NEVER gives up. We believe that nothing is more motivating and rewarding than committing to tough challenges that take you to places you wouldn't normally expect to reach. If you share our passion for challenge, adventure and the natural world then join our community. We are a fast growing group of active and adventurous individuals who are up for anything, love tough challenges, and care deeply about the natural world. Join us now, and LIVE MORE! Endurancelife provide Unrivalled trail running in some of the most challenging and breathtaking locations in the U.K. Come and join us. #nevergiveup

Endurancelife Coastal Trail Series – Gower reviews (5)

4.6 out of 5 stars

  • Course
  • Organisation
  • Atmosphere
  • Did the Marathon in 2018

    Nothing out of the ordinary for a coastal trail event. Course was more or less as expected. I keep going back-and-forth on whether I would've preferred to run in the other direction. The majority of the muddiest spots were towards the end when legs were quite wobbly already. Saw a few people slip and fall. Advice to future runners - shoes w/ excellent traction.
  • Did the Ultra Marathon in 2018

    All was great , location , organisation, route. Only problem we had was my super supporter wife couldn't get to all the recommended view points, roads inaccessible, no parking etc.
  • Did the Half Marathon in 2017

    Stunning views of Gower peninsula, bit wet and wild but worth it!
  • Did the Half Marathon in 2017

    Stunning course around the Gower peninsula, albeit pretty tough on a long windy stretch of beach. There's a (mediocre) pub with a great view over the course to reward you at the end!
  • Did the Marathon in 2017

    This is an epic course and a really well run series. Definitely worth doing!

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