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Tweed Valley Tunnel Trail Run

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Tickets £5–£30, Charity places available

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Embrace the seasonal beauty of Scotland's Tweed Valley with this trail run. Great for runners of all stripes, the course will take you through forests and over hills before culminating in an epic ending. Come for your finishers medal or for the cool tunnel finale.

Review summary

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2 Reviews
  • Course
  • Organisation
  • Atmosphere

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Gary M
"Very slow start for a mass race. Released in twos and that took over 25 minutes..."

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garry d
"I loved this race only my second trail race very well organised, lovely people..."
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How to enter the Tweed Valley Tunnel Trail Run

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  1. 20K

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    £25–£30
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  2. 4K

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    £5–£20
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  3. 10K

    Run 10km
    £25–£30
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Tweed Valley Tunnel Trail Run routes

The race begins and ends at the Hay Lodge Park in Peebles. All courses will run along riverside paths and through the surrounding woodland before leaving the trail for the Neidpath Tunnel. This is a 600m long railway tunnel which will be geared up with amazing lighting effects.

Event Details

What’s Included
  • Clearly marked route
  • Chip timing
  • Unique finishers medal
  • Water and refreshment breaks throughout trail
  • Amazing tunnel finale with lighting effects
Raceday Logistics

Schedule

0900 - Registration opens
1015 -
20km race begins
1100 - 10km race begins
1215 - 4km race begins

Please arrive at least 30 minutes before your race is due to start in order to ensure there is suitable time for registration.

Kit List

Trail shoes are strongly advised for this event. Waterproofs and an extra layer may be needed, weather dependent.

Spectators

The nature of this event makes it perfect for spectators. Since it starts and finishes at Hay Lodge Park, you can encourage your friends or family from the beginning and cheer them in at the end.

Volunteers

Anyone who is not running but still wishes to get involved the atmosphere of the day is advised to volunteer. Volunteers are crucial for these events running smoothly and the organisation is currently looking for marshals. The only requirement is you must be 16+. If interested, simply get in touch at [email protected]

Frequently Asked Questions

Is there an age restriction?
Both the 20km and 10km races are open to anyone aged 16+. The 4km race is open to anyone above the age of 11.
When can I see my race time?
Results will be printed and handed out upon finishing the race.
Do I need a head-torch for the tunnel?
The tunnel is going to be rigged up with some epic lighting effects, so a head-torch is not necessary.
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Tweed Valley Tunnel Trail Run weather forecast

12°C
Predicted highs
7°C
Predicted lows
IconLight breeze possible, up to 10mph

Meet the organizer

Hillside Outside Ltd is an event management company located in Peebles in the Scottish Borders. We organise many different events throughout the year, but specialise in cycling and outdoors events, based in what we believe is one of the UK’s best areas for outdoor fun; the Tweed Valley. There’s nowhere better in these islands for cycling, and we’re lucky enough to have a big collection of world class mountain and road biking on the doorstep. As you might expect, our events team are all keen riders and outdoor types themselves.

Tweed Valley Tunnel Trail Run reviews (2)

3 out of 5 stars

  • Course
  • Organisation
  • Atmosphere
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    Garry d

    Did the 10K in 2019

    I loved this race only my second trail race very well organised, lovely people cake and coffee stalls at the end and also pizzas (how can i forget the pizzas). yes not a mass start but that helped the flow. i will defo do it again. loved loved loved it
  • Did the 10K in 2019

    Very slow start for a mass race. Released in twos and that took over 25 minutes to cross the line. Course was very narrow and dangerous to pass. Style at the turn point was crowded and had to wait to go over causing me to cool down. Some of the downward paths were steep with sharp turns miss a turn and you could end in the river! Tunnel was poorly lit and very uneven again dangerous. Only good point was the medal for the finish. Never doing again!

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