Monday, 18 May 2015

Five of the most epic unclaimed GB relay legs

To say the GB Relay covers some scenic routes is an understatement. Being a coastal relay, it takes in some of the most dramatic and stunning landscapes you'll get to gaze at on our little island. So to whet your appetite, we thought we'd do a quick round-up of the most epic relay legs still unclaimed (as of today, 18th May). Which means if you get in quick enough, it could be you running these routes: Loch Ness, the South West coastal path... take your pick.

Stage 126 Lochend to Drumnadrochit Lewiston MON 08/06 03:52 UNCLAIMED

A 14k bimble along the banks of Loch Ness to Drumnadrochit, as the Sun rises.


Claim it

Stage 187 Dumfries to Caerlaverock Castle THU 11/06 14:21 UNCLAIMED

Another 14k stage. This one's more of a mid-afternoon mosey, ending up at one of Scotland's finest medieval fortresses.




An absolute belter of a 10k trip, you pick up the baton in the iconic Welsh town with the really long name and run across the Menai Bridge to follow the Menai Strait towards Caernarfon.




Passing through the Cornish port of Looe, this gorgeous southwest coast stage will be challenging for a 12k but so worth it.




And finally, if you thought it couldn't get any better, how about this meander by St Michael's Mount? 11k to Marazion... where you could finish with some refreshments in the beer garden at the Fire Engine Inn.





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