Running events in Carlisle December 2018

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Running is the world’s most accessible sport. Park runs, colour runs, 5k, 10k, half marathons, marathons and ultras — all you need is a pair of trainers and off you go. Running events are hugely popular on Let’s Do This and it’s a sociable sport, so get some friends involved and achieve something extraordinary.

If you’re starting small, the 5k and 10k events are great fun and definitely worth doing even if you’re training for a bigger challenge further down the line. Getting used to the atmosphere of an event is important. You’re so much more likely to hit a better time if there’s a crowd cheering you on, people in fancy dress and a big celebration at the finish line.

Find local Running races

Today, with international organisations, local clubs and national events to choose from, there are thousands of races to discover, and we want to help you find them quickly and easily. Below you’ll find selections by running type, running location and some exceptional events to take part in.

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10k Races in Carlisle December 2018

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5k Races in Carlisle December 2018

A 5K Dash & 2K Fun Run/Walk in Carlisle with everyone wearing Santa suits and receiving a festive finishers medal. The routes will take you around the Cities Sites including Carlisle Castle, Bitts Park, Sands Centre, Tullie House, Carlisle Cathedral and finishing in the City Centre. This will give everyone a chance to see our beautiful City at Christmas time.

Carlisle Santa Dash

Carlisle, Cumbria, GB
Carlisle Santa Dash
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Ultramarathon events in Carlisle December 2018

TdeH which has fast become a classic winter mountain run, traditionally run on the shortest Saturday in December. The route starts at Askham and runs around Helvellyn, mainly on mountain trails and bridleways, but climbing to a height of nearly 600m, and a distance of around 38 miles.

A winter run of this type is tough and requires good navigational skills, experience and self reliance. The event is 'low key' with minimal support and all participants will need to be suitably experienced and equipped. Individual support teams, pacing or 'crew' are not allowed

Tour de Helvellyn

Askham, Cumbria, GB
Tour de Helvellyn

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