Henley River Trail Run - September
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Join in this fast trail run this autumn, perfect for new and seasoned runners alike. Take the trail around Henley-on-Thames and take in the scenery while you race towards a PB. Come to earn your medal, embrace great views, and have a spectacular time.
10k, and Half Marathon
Sun, 11 Sept 2022
Henley-on-Thames, United Kingdom
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The event experience
Based on location and reviews
<5m elevation gain per km
Where and when
Temple Island Meadows, Temple Island Meadows, Remenham Lane, Remenham, Henley-on-Thames RG9 3DB, UK
Sun, 11 Sept 2022
Half Marathon:10:00am |
This event is the perfect opportunity to see Henley at its best. Take part in these scenic trail runs that start and finish by the Temple Island Meadows - the official start line for the Royal Henley Rowing Regatta.
Each route will be fun and fast trails along one of England's most historic courses.
- Finisher's Medal
- Chip-timed event
- Race photography
- Water stations
- Bag drop
- Prizes for top finishers
- Medical Aid
2019 Finisher's Medal
How to get there
Temple Island Meadows, Temple Island Meadows, Remenham Lane, Remenham, Henley-on-Thames RG9 3DB, UKGet full directions
Further details regarding parking facilities will be communicated prior to the event.
Event day logistics
10:00 10k and Half Marathon start
Nothing will be posted to entrants, race bibs must be collected at the race HQ on the day of the event.
- Half Marathon: Entrants must be 17 years of age or older to participate
- 10k: Entrants must be 15 years and older to participate
- This course is not suitable for wheelchair users or people wanting to run with buggies.
- Wearing headphones/ earphones is discouraged. Participants should be able to hear marshals or event officials.
- Participants must not be accompanied by a personally owned or controlled dog. Assistance dogs may be allowed but entrants must contact the race organiser before entering to confirm.
It is recommended to bring as little as possible, participants can leave essential belongings using the tear-off baggage strip on their bib.
There will be water stations on both routes at approximately the 4.5k, half marathoners will pass this station again around 13.7k.
There will be toilets available in the start/finish area, there will not be any toilets available on the route.
There will be prizes for the following categories:
- Top Three places overall for males and females
- V40/V50/V60/V70 for both males and females
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Offering fun, friendly, family, fast and focused events across the South. F3 Events was set up in 2006 and has been one of the leading sporting event organisers along the Thames Valley for the past 10 years. Our mission is to organise, deliver and provide first class sporting events along the Thames Valley to aspiring athletes from complete beginners to elites athletes.
Spectators are permitted at the Henley River Trail Run.
How do I receive my race number at the Henley River Trail Run?
Race numbers must be collected on the day as well as your timing chip.
Is there an age requirements for the Henley River Trail Run?
Competitors will need to be at least 17 years old on the day of the event to enter the Half Marathon and 15 on the day to enter the 10k.
Can I wear headphones at the Henley River Trail Run?
Noise-cancelling Earphones/Headphones are prohibited and the organisers discourage the use of other earphones/headphones at this event, participants choosing to use them should ensure they are set to a minimum volume such that instructions from marshals or other event officials can be clearly understood.
Will there be changing rooms or showers at the Henley River Trail Run?
No, no changing or shower facilities will be available. Please arrive ready to run.
Will there be pacers at the Henley River Trail Run?
No, pacers will not be offered.
My first half ,marathon and I loved it, friendly and very scenic, and an interesting town. I have done others since but this was the best
4.3Did the Half Marathon in 2019
Well organised and good off road route. good amount of hills and flat and decent parking. Even managed to get prize!
Did the 10km in 2019
great course with good views and a couple of hills, Henley a nice place for the day. really enjoyed.
4.0Did the Half Marathon in 2019
This was a well organised run in a stunning location. Will definitely run again next year!! Great to receive a mescal on completion and felt very cheered on by all the marshals along the way.
Did the 10km in 2019
I very much the run. I was dreading it because this is the first time I am part of a race alone and hadn't done for 13 years. But I loved it and despite the achy legs, I was already thinking about doing another one. lol
5.0Did the Half Marathon in 2019
Beautiful location. Easy to get to although signage was not great once you got to the key places in Henley. Easy to get race numbers and really useful pre race talk. The route itself was enjoyable. It was a nice mix of path, trail, grass and stone which made it challenging but not overly hard. The hills and inclines from mile 9 were quite hard and maybe could have been incorporated more evenly for the half route. Not keen on the double back as this meant runners going both out and back which led to a need to stop at times. Brilliant water and fuel stops and an abundance of gels available. It seems that every half has the longest last 2 miles that seems to go on forever! Very nice post race water and snacks in good amounts. Simplistic beverage service that meant a quick turnaround post race which was great. WellOrganised and marshalled. There was a potential to take a wrong turn at some points but not a significant issue. I really enjoyed this and would recommend if you want a small challenge but not a beast of a half of 10k.
4.0Did the Half Marathon in 2019
Good hot run ! Well managed and fun, lovely scenery and setting. Efficient set up on day ... maybe start at 9am next year ?
4.0Did the 10km in 2019
Henley is a nice place to run but generally wasnt impressed with the following elements of the race:That the 10k race started just behind the half marathon so 1.5 miles in they all came charging past on a narrow path and we were told to keep out of their way.That there was an out and back section and again the quicker runners had to try to get past us on a narrow path (probably more annoying for them than us)Sign posting was a bit irregularSome of the sections of road werent properly marshalled (I.e. Marshall not helping us across the road through fairly heavy traffic)Part at the end on the path along the river - too busy, race would have been better going in the opposite direction - had to contend with many cyclists, dog walkers, families etcUnfortunately would not do it again for these reasons.
3.0Did the Half Marathon in 2019
The postcode given didnt take you to the event, took you 10mins past it. The course was advertised to me as A mostly flat 10K course there were some very steep hills and it was on mixed terrain too, which there was no pre warning of. No sign posts to get to the event, lots down other roads for 20mins trying to find parking?? It seemed very unorganised when we arrived with children directing cars where to park (Unsafe). Meant to start at 9:35 and we spent from 9:30 to about 9:40 watching th start of the Half Marathon? We were also walked away from the start and just left all standing around and for somebody who hasnt done this event before I had no idea what was going on. Quite a few people thought something was wrong? The race briefing was pointless.. talking about signposts, this is a 10k event, saying we are waiting for the half marathon runners to go through the red barrier before we can start, drinks meant to be at 4K and 6k, were at about 2k and 4K then nothing. I asked at the first station how far Please? She said this is 4K well done Then next drinks station there was a small sign saying 4K, 10K event. ?!Left the event feeling frustrated and fed up. Sorry but, I wouldnt run this event again and wouldnt recommend it to a friend.
2.7Did the 10km in 2019
Lovely route with a few small hills to make it interesting. Great scenery and views along the river Thames. Well marshalled and organisation was all good.
5.0Did the 10km in 2019
Have you got a course profile? i.e how much ascent/descent
Hi there. Unfortunately we don't have a profile, but I can confirm that there's 136m elevation on the course.
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