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Rat Race Dirty Weekend

5 races scheduled · 4500 participants · Sat 8th May 2021 · Peterborough
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About this event

Rat Race Dirty weekend is the biggest and best obstacle racing weekend in world. We’re bringing monster obstacles, our phenomenal afterparty, huge event village and awesome campsite back to Burghley House. Take on 40, 20 or 13 miles at the world’s largest assault course.

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From city to summit and everywhere in between, Rat Race offers the largest selection of adventure challenges in Britain.

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How to enter

Tickets available until Fri May 07 2021

What's included:

  • Finishers medal
  • Food and water stations
  • Live MC
  • On course photography
  • Fully waymarked route
  • After party ticket
  • Collectable rat rag
  • £10 donation to Children with Cancer UK
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Young Mucker - 3km
2:30pm Sat 8th May 2021

Run 3km

Young Mucker - 6km
2:30pm Sat 8th May 2021

Run 6km

Half Mucker
7:45am Sat 8th May 2021

Run 13mi

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Frequently asked questions
FAQ
Can I bring my dog to Dirty Weekend?
Dogs are allowed in the event village, but not in the campsite area… read more
FAQ
Is camping included in the entry fee for Dirty Weekend?
No, if you would like to camp, you must purchase a camping ticket.… read more
FAQ
How do I train for Dirty Weekend?
Rat Race will be releasing a training plan nearer the time, however the most important thing to remember is that you should be getting consistent miles under your belt.… read more
Route description
Route description

Over 20 miles participants will hit over 200 individual obstacles. Run, jump, slide, climb, and crawl through this epic course.

Logistics and schedule

Schedule:

07:45 First Wave

13:00 Last Wave

14:30 Young Mucker start

Please arrive at least 45 minutes prior to your wave's start time.

Waves begin for the Full Mucker and Half Mucker every 15 minutes from 07:45 onwards. Double Mucker participants must set off in Wave 1 and return from their 2nd lap of the course before 13:00.

Spectators

Spectators are definitely welcome at Dirty Weekend 2021. There is a charge for camping, car park and after party, but no charge to enter the event area and support the runners through the day.

How to get there

Burghley House, Peterborough, Stamford PE9 3JY, UK

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Address: Burghley House, Peterborough, Stamford PE9 3JY, UK

Car: Burghley House is located 1 mile from Stamford and 10 miles north west of Peterborough. It is most accessible from the A1. Attendees travelling both north and southbound on the A1 should use the B1081 junction rather than the A43 junction, following the yellow and black directional signage for the event. There will also be event directional signage on the A1175 in to Stamford.

Parking: A Standard Parking ticket is for the weekend. It is £10 per car in advance or £15 per car in cash on the day. Your parking ticket will be valid from Friday afternoon until Sunday lunchtime. You can re-enter with the same parking ticket should you leave the site and return.

Train: The closest station to Burghley is Stamford, approximately 1 mile from the entrance to Burghley. Stamford is served by Cross-Country trains running between London and Edinburgh via Peterborough.

Bus: There is an hourly bus service run by Delaine Buses which serves the outlying villages and connects Peterborough to Stamford.

Frequently asked questions
FAQ
Can I bring my dog to Dirty Weekend?
Dogs are allowed in the event village, but not in the campsite area
FAQ
Is camping included in the entry fee for Dirty Weekend?
No, if you would like to camp, you must purchase a camping ticket.
FAQ
How do I train for Dirty Weekend?
Rat Race will be releasing a training plan nearer the time, however the most important thing to remember is that you should be getting consistent miles under your belt.
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