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This challenging trail race has something for everyone. With 10mi, 10k, 5k, and 2 kid's races on offer, this muddy adventure will be fun for the whole family. Join in this epic night race through woodland, farm land, and more mud. Come for the awesome medal, unique night race, and family fun.

That Good Night routes

These challenging trails will take participants around the Escot Estate, through muddy woodland, single trails, and farm fields.

Event Details

What’s Included
  • Handmade Finisher's Medal
  • Fully-signed and marked routes
  • Water Stations
  • Chip-timed, online results
  • First aid
  • Toilets
Raceday Logistics


All participants must collect their race number and timing chip from registration no later than 30 minutes before your race start time.

More information about registration and start times will be available in the race manuals.

Race Manuals

A link to the race manual will be emailed to participants prior to race day with all the information they will need.

Kit List

Mandatory Kit List

  • Head torch or body mounted torch (eg Kalenji run light) with fresh batteries or freshly-charged batteries (and spare batteries depending on your type of torch)
  • Hi-viz or brightly coloured clothing

Recommended Kit List

  • Trail or fell shoes are recommended.
  • Long-fingered gloves
  • Hat
  • Long-sleeved waterproof jacket (does not have to be carried)

To get more information on volunteering please contact Wild Running at this link!

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I wear headphones while I run for the That Good Night race?
No, headphones may not be worn during the race.
How old does my child have to be to take part in the kid's races?
The 2k race is reserved for children who are between 7 and 11, and the 1k race for under 7s.
Is the event COVID-19 safe?
Visit for more information on all the measures in place to help keep the events safe.
When will the race manual be available?
Race manuals will be available closer to the event date and the information will also be emailed out to participants.
Are head-torches mandatory?
Yes, all participants must wear a front-facing head torch. Any extra safety lighting is also welcomed.

Meet the organiser

We recognise that many of our runners may be new to self navigation events and want to become more confident runners who can dispense with a guide.So we are also offering NNAS navigation courses (for runners or walkers). The spirit of community and camaraderie of the group night runs, has cemented many friendships, since they began. Wild Running Camps aims to replicate the camaraderie of the Thursday night runs. Both the Beginner’s Fell Camps for women in the Lake District and our Wild Running Camp on Dartmoor, involve sharing communal meals in a cosy farmhouse, while our bespoke Scotland Camps can involve sharing a hostel, cottage or a hotel and listening to talks about the local geology and even whisky tasting, upon request. The chance to run on a guided route over a munro is central but by no means the only part of the experience. Last year, our guides learnt a lot about hygge when a large Danish group signed up for our Scotland camp. They were excellent company. Without the group, we are just loan wolfs bound for extinction. The end goal is not to chip away at your 10k time but to enjoy the process of running and hopefully to avoid injuries, in as much as this is possible.



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