Life’s a beach!
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Explore the beauty of the Essex coastline with this out and back route along Holland-on-Sea. Choose a Marathon or 6 Hour Challenge and see how far your legs will take you. There will be beautiful coastal views throughout so come along for the finisher's medal or flapjacks by the sea.
6 Hour Challenge, Marathon and 3 Hour Challenge
9:30am Sun 24th Jul 2022 - 12:30pm Sun 24th Jul 2022
Holland-on-Sea, United Kingdom
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Where and when
Holland Haven Country Park, Frinton and Walton, Holland-on-Sea, Clacton-on-Sea CO15 5TZ, UK
9:30am Sun 24th Jul 2022
6 Hour Challenge:9:30am |
12:30pm Sun 24th Jul 2022
3 Hour Challenge:12:30pm
Here are the distances available for Life’s a beach!
6 Hour Challenge
3 Hour Challenge
Runners will have the option of running a Marathon or taking on the 6 Hour Challenge. You will take on laps of a 10.7k course, which although is multi-terrain it mostly takes place on flat tarmac.
The course starts on the upper promenade at Holland on Sea and takes you along the seafront towards Frinton on Sea. Runners will head through the beautiful Holland Country Park along the gravel tracks, before heading back along the Sea wall to Holland on Sea. The Lower Promenade will give beautiful views of the sea and the sandy beach before you head back up to the Upper Promenade to complete the lap.
There will be an aid station at the start/finish point, so runners can refuel as often as they wish and there is no need to carry any kit. This gives runners a brilliant opportunity to take on a distance they haven't completed before. 2 laps will complete a half marathon, 4 laps a marathon and any more than that and the clock is your only limit!
But don't be put off by the long time limit, runners can rest as much as they wish between laps and refuel as often as they need. The fuel stations will be equipped with flapjacks, sweet things, fruit, and nuts, and also water and squash. But you can also leave your own items there if you have more individual requirements.
- Finisher's medal
- Aid stations
How to get there
Holland Haven Country Park, Frinton and Walton, Holland-on-Sea, Clacton-on-Sea CO15 5TZ, UKGet full directions
Holland Haven Country Park is situated on the East coast of England, East of Colchester. It can be accessed from the B1032.
There will be plenty of parking available at the Holland Haven Country Park and Kings Parade.
Clacton on Sea station is approximately 3 miles from the event venue.
Event day logistics
09:30 Marathon and 6 Hour Challenge start
12:30 3 Hour Challenge starts
15:30 6 Hour Challenge ends
Please arrive early, allowing plenty of time to park, register and get ready for your race.
Runners must be at least 18 years old to enter either of the races.
In order to reduce plastic waste this is a Cupless event. Drinks will be provided at the aid station but you will need to bring your own drinking vessel to be refilled. You will be able to purchase a Hydrapak Speedcup at registration for £2.50.
Is there parking at the Life’s A Beach! - Coastal Series 1?
Yes, there will be plenty of parking available at the Holland Haven Country Park as well as on Kings Parade.
Do I need to bring my own cup or bottle to the Life’s A Beach! - Coastal Series 1?
Yes, in an effort to protect the environment this event will not be providing any cups to participants. Please make sure to bring your own cup or bottle to refill at the refreshment stations.
Can I leave my own food at the aid stations at the Life’s A Beach! - Coastal Series 1?
There will be food and drink provided at the aid stations, but you are welcome to leave your own food and drink at the aid stations.
Will there be toilets available at the Life’s A Beach! - Coastal Series 1?
Yes, toilets are located opposite the start in the car park. These will be accessible, before, during, and after the race. There are also toilets along the route that can be used, should you choose to do so.
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