Clamber – A summer cross country race
Race the most beautiful woodland trails and grassy meadows in Durham. Our undulating race is a real beauty, taking you past the confluence of the rivers Browney & Wear, alongside the Wear itself, past both the wonderful wicker man, wicker women and all this still within hearing distance of Durham Cathedral Bells. After enjoy a social drink or two while partaking of our now famous complimentary buffet during prize giving at the Court Inn. Or as Malcom Cox of Sunderland Strollers put it: “Well call me foolish, call me irresponsible, call me what you like but there is no better feeling than running as fast as you are capable of round the best trails in Durham and then drinking beer! Happy days!” And David Savage of Washington RC: "The toughest 5 miles I’ve ever done and the best after race food of any race."
Results for the Elvet Striders Clamber Race 2016 were last updated on Monday, 1 August 2016 09:03.
- 5.2 Miles
- Entry limit:
- Remaining places:
- Race licence:
- TRA/UKA Permit 378
- Not suitable for wheelchairs
- Changing facilities
- No water stations
- No distance markers
- No showers
- No baggage store
- Race HQ:
- The Graham Sports Centre (Maiden Castle)
Parking & Registration at Maiden Castle Race Start & Finish: Houghall College. (A two minute walk from registration at Maiden Castle). All runners must be registered by 6:45pm. Prize giving and complimentary buffet in the Court Inn after the race (Court Lane, Durham DH1 3AW). Prizes of wine, beer and chocolate including spot prizes. Please note, you may not ALL get a seat; some may have to stand and spread out through the pub.
No refunds –we’ve already spent it on the food and prizes! Anything left we give to good causes and charity. Transfer policy. We allow transfers up to the day of the race. Details must be sent to the race director, Phil Owen (firstname.lastname@example.org) in good time before the race. If you cannot find a runner to transfer too and can’t run, please let us know and we will try & resell the number. The race does not make a profit and any funds left after the race are donated to good causes and charities. Note, if a club member transfers to a none club member they will need to pay £2-00 to cover TRA/UKA insurance.