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Endurancelife Pembrokeshire Marathon

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As Britain's only coastal National Park, Pembrokeshire is justifiably famous for its rugged cliffs, quiet coves, expansive sandy bays, picturesque coastal village and its abundance of marine life. The coastal trails here are wild and exposed, with undulating terrain and spectacular views. The course is challenging but the views presented to you around each corner make this a beautiful course that must be experienced.

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"Challenging course with amazing coastal views. Pack for all weathers!..."
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How to enter the Endurancelife Pembrokeshire Marathon

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    Run 35.1mi
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    Running: Run 27.7mi, N/a
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    Half Marathon

    Running: Run 15.1mi, N/a
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    Running: Run 7.4mi, N/a

Endurancelife Pembrokeshire Marathon routes


The answers below are provided as a general guide only; in all instances event specific information may supersede any details provided here.

What are the cut-off times?

Cut-offs set are achievable for 99% of people entering; they are typically in place for participant safety on longer distance categories (ie Marathon and Ultra distances). Endurancelife events are not walking events. The cut-off times are detailed in your Event Manual (accessed via the event webpage). Cut-offs are implemented at multiple points around the course rather than just at the finish line. Different sections of the course will necessitate different minimum paces to complete (depending upon the difficulty level of the sections).

Is the route waymarked?

All events are fully waymarked unless stated on the event webpage or within the event manual.

.GPX files are provided for all events for those who would like to use them.

How many checkpoints are there, what distances will they be at?

The routes can be found on your event webpage. Checkpoints are denoted with a water symbol on the interactive maps; by hovering over the elevation chart the distances will appear.

What nutrition is available at the checkpoints?

Checkpoints offer water and a variety of basic nutrition. These should be treated as a complement to the personal supplies you bring. Further details about this can be found in the manual (accessed via the event webpage).

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What’s Included

All entries must be allocated at least 14 days prior to the event. If you are allocating an event to another participant, they must have a registered Endurancelife account. To do so; log onto your account > Orders > Select the desired order number > Allocate > Enter the desired email address.

A wait list is generated when an event reaches capacity. To add yourself on; Log onto your account > Waitlist > Select your desired event and distance category > Accept the terms > Click “Save”. You must have a card saved on your account in order to be awarded a cancellation. If a space becomes available your registered card will be charged automatically and you will receive email confirmation of your place. You will have 24 hours to cancel the booking if you cannot make it.

Kit List

Mandatory kit varies between events and event categories (classes). The Event Manual (accessed via your event webpage) will provide full kit details. Spot checks will be performed either on the route or at the finish and failure to carry the correct items will result in disqualification or time penalties.

Trail running shoes are not mandatory but are highly recommended.


How will I receive my event pack (running number, timing chip, etc.)?

Event packs will be handed out during the allotted registration period for your distance category on the day of the event. Nothing will be sent out to you in the post prior to the event. You do not need identification in order to collect your event pack.

Is the event Canicross friendly, can I run with my dog?

Well behaved dogs are welcome unless otherwise stated in your Event Manual (accessed via the event webpage).

Am I allowed to listen to music during the event?

Yes and no. Listening to music is permitted at the events but headphones must not be worn a). within the first mile, b). on the approach to any checkpoints, or c). in any instance where the route runs on, beside or intersects a road. Failure to comply with this will result in immediate disqualification.

Is external support prohibited?

External food and nutrition support is permitted throughout most events. Pacing is not permitted.

Endurancelife Pembrokeshire Marathon weather forecast

Rain until morning, starting again in the evening.

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IconModerate wind possible, up to 23mph

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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 Pembrokeshire Marathon reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars

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  • Did the Half Marathon in 2017

    Challenging course with amazing coastal views. Pack for all weathers!
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