The Ravenscar Half Marathon and 10k
Starting from Ravenscar Village Hall situated 700 feet above sea level, overlooking Robin Hood's Bay the route gently descends the beautiful coastal path along the dramatic sea cliffs, with panoramic views down the coast line
Half Marathon, and 10 km
Sun, 16 May 2021
Ravenscar, United Kingdom
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Where and when
Raven Hall, Ravenscar, Scarborough YO13 0NE, UK
Sun, 16 May 2021
10 km:TBC |
Starting from Ravenscar Village Hall situated 700 feet above sea level, overlooking Robin Hood’s Bay in the North York Moors National Park and midway between Whitby and Scarborough, the route then gently descends the beautiful coastal path along the dramatic sea cliffs, with panoramic views down the coast line towards Scarborough, on reaching Petard point its through Staintondale via open fields, woodland and the disused railway line until you reach Cloughton Wyke, then its back to Ravenscar all the way on the coastal footpath via the via the picturesque roller coastal of Hayburn Wyke (that’s a nice way of saying a killer of a down and uphill section that will make your legs and lungs burn). Then back to Ravenscar for those stunning sea cliff views (though you will still be sweating from the last bit and hoping for the sea wind not to blow).
Cold drinks and snacks provided during the event, plus, hot and cold drinks with flap jack provided at finish line. Both events now have full electronic wireless chip timing and a finishers medal.
How to get there
Raven Hall, Ravenscar, Scarborough YO13 0NE, UKGet full directions
Scarborough & Ryedale Mountain Rescue Team
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All members of the team are volunteers and receive neither payment nor expenses for participating in training or incidents. There are currently fifty active team members including doctors, paramedics, nurses and people with hillwalking and climbing experience. We rely solely on donations and sponsorship for funding. We take an active interest in local community events, providing talks for local organisations, training for the Duke of Edinburgh Scheme and general support for other institutions organising outdoor activities in our area. The Team owns a base in Snainton, near Scarborough, which gives us good access to our whole area.
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