Camps and Guided Runs
The first ever Wild Night Run Series
The series started with the Dark dart Dash on Thursday 18 December in Dartington, followed by the jewel in the crown The Wild Night Run on 31 January, 2015 and The Haldon Night Run in Haldon Forest on February 21, 2015. Next up is the Moonlit Flit half marathon through the stunning Sharpham estate on March 14, 2015. Here are the results for the Dark Dart Dash and the Haldon Night run
The Wild Night Run
The third Wild Night Run and the shorter Mild Night Run sponsored by Petzl, took place on January 31 See results here plus our race report in Run 247. Also appearing in the Fell Running Association’s next publication.
The Haldon Night Run
The first Haldon Night Run is the third race in the Wild Night Run series. It’s a 10km night run in Haldon Forest on Saturday February 21. Find out more and book here.
The Moonlit Flit Half Marathon
This takes place at night around the stunning Sharpham Estate on Saturday March 14, 2015. It is the last in the Wild Night Run series.
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