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Hattingley Half

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This trail Half Marathon through the rolling Hampshire countryside boasts chip timing pods, event assistance, toilets, local stalls including vegan friendly catering. This run is perfect for all abilities.
Half Marathon
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Sat 24th Jul 2021
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Medstead, United Kingdom
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The event experience
Rolling Hills

5 to 20m elevation gain per km

Where and when
Medstead, Alton GU34 5LG, UK
Start times
Half Marathon:
Races summary
Here's what races are available for Hattingley Half
Half Marathon
Route information
Starting at the village green, the race picks up the trails promptly, descending from Medstead, one of the highest points in Hampshire, into some open fields and farmland. 8k into the route you will pick up The Oxdrove Way, a superb byway which gently undulates through the Hampshire countryside, the route then cuts South and takes you into a short, shady woodland section.
At the 15k mark, keep a look out for the trig point at Bugmore Hill on your left, followed by Godsfield Copse and some stunning countryside to your right as you drop onto some single-track trails through Wield Wood and into the village of Upper Wield. From there you'll have a flat run to the finish that enjoys a stretch along one of the Blended Trails popular Pop-Up run routes, the last 3k of the route takes you through the amazing Hattingley Valley Vineyards and back to the race village finish line.
This is a cracking route in the heart of Blended Trails running territory, it's been triple tested and Blended Trails are sure you’ll love it.
What's included
  • Prizes
  • Local stalls including food
  • Event photography
  • Finisher's medal
  • Water stations
  • Chip-timed event
How to get there
Medstead, Alton GU34 5LG, UK
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Subject to weather conditions there will be parking on Medstead Village Green, marshals will be directing traffic. The parking is on the opposite side of the green to the race start, and mini race village.
Event day logistics
09:00 - 11:00 Race start window
14:30 Cut-off time
Start Waves
There will not be a mass start at this event but timed start times and waves are planned.
Age Requirements
All entrants must be 18 and older to enter the event.
Event Merchandise
If you would like an event T-shirt please follow this link - - to Splendid at Blended, the event organisers online shop.
You'll find the Hattingley Half Marathon T-shirt available there, alongside the range of Blended merch.
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Blended Trails
Blended Trails is a UK Trail Running Community & Event Organiser inclusive to all running abilities. We strive to deliver quality trail running experiences, including Pop Up trail events, Half and Trail Marathon races and coming soon the Blended Trails 4x4x4 RACE Series with guided runs in the build up to race day by Blended Trails UK Athletics qualified run leaders.
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What time does the Hattingley Half start?
Runners will start between 9am and 11am.
Is there a cut-off time at the Hattingley Half?
Yes, all runners are expected to be back by 2:30pm.
Will there be toilets at the Hattingley Half?
Yes, there will be toilets and other amenities at the event site for runners to use.
Where do I get a bib number and timing pod for the Hattingley Half?
Bib numbers will be allocated to you before race day, on race day you will be able to pick up your bib and your racing pod. The pod must be returned at the finish.
Will there be food at the Hattingley Half?
Yes, including vegan food.
How do I buy an event t-shirt from the Hattingley Half?
T-shirts and other merchandise are available to purchase at the event organiser's online shop - -.
1 reviews
Did the Half Marathon in 2021
A really lovely well organised event. All the marshals were cheery and supportive around the course, which was tough in that it was a downhill first half and uphill second half, but beautiful scenery all the way! Due to Covid we were set off in waves this year which led to quite a quiet race, with no one in sight for some parts but the course was well marked and easy to follow. There were plenty of food options at the finish, a hot coffee and chocolate brownie definitely warmed me up after getting pretty soaked while running. I'd definitely recommend this race and will look forward to coming back next year!
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Recent Questions
Keith Woolven
Does the route have marshals and/or signs?
Oliver Steele-Perkins
Hi Keith.. yes the course will be very well marked with signs and we do have marshals and water stations. Thanks Ollie
Keith Woolven
Thanks Ollie.
Keith Woolven
Thanks Ollie.
Keith Woolven
Does the route have marshals and/or signs?
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