The Burrator 10K is a fast, flat route that is almost all on tarmac. The setting is stunning but it’s also perfect for a PB!
It starts 0.5 miles south east of the visitor centre and does one complete loop of the reservoir and then 2/3rds of a second loop before finishing at exactly 10K about 300 metres from HQ (the visitor centre).
This course, measured and certificated by England Athletics, was first used for the Burrator Noir 10K, run on a wet and windy night in December 2015.
There is just 113 metres of climbing on this course. And we’re sure a top runner in good conditions can break 30 minutes. However it’s also ideal for fun runners and beginners.
So why not make this your Summer Challenge and raise some money for the Chestnut Appeal at the same time . Register today and we’ll send you a Chestnut Appeal running vest .
The event is being organised by Something Wild Events