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The RAT - Roseland August Trail

 
 
Porthpean PL26 6AZ, United Kingdom, Saint Austell, United Kingdom
Distances
17.70KM Run
32.20KM Run
51.10KM Run
103.00KM Run

Description

It incorporates four different routes, The Black Route 32 miles, The Red Route 22 miles, The White Route 11 miles and The Plague (green) 100K – 64 miles ! All these routes follow the same part of coastline, with runners from different routes joining each other at different points along the way. The route takes competitors though stunning coastal scenery, over undulating paths, through fields, villages and surrounding countryside – it is not for the faint hearted! Whilst we’d love you to take on the 100k Plague – we hope that even runners new to ultra and coastal running will find something here to suit their level. Be advised that entries to each route are limited; so be sure to book your place early to avoid disappointment. There will be no provision for on the day entry. Mudcrew like to get the best out of life, that’s why The RAT is much more than just a race. We are all passionate about running but amongst the mud, sweat and tears of the race we feel there needs to be some room for having a good time, meeting fellow running enthusiasts and talking about what adventures we’ve had. At the RAT race village, there will be an afternoon and evening of entertainment, a fully licensed Tribute bar, trade stands and plenty of food and drink outlets. Camping, with great facilities, is also available and all in all we think a lovely little weekend is very likely. All you need to do now is decide how far you want to go.


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Suitable for beginners
Spectator Friendly
Free Parking
Post Event Food and Freshments
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Ratings (160)
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5.0
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Reviews (29)
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5.0
160 Reviews

Race distances for everyone.  Great atmosphere.  It's all good!

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The Palgue defeated me 2 years ago, so back I came for a 2nd attempt. On arrival at registration the atmosphere was amazing, a full campsite and l...

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An amazingly well organised event, great feed stations manned by runners who know what to do to keep you moving.  The course is tough, but th...

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