The Killerton Kanter

Race Information

Map & profile | Course | Terrain | Presentations | Results


The course
This years' course is the same as in previous years, starting and finishing outside Killerton House. It's just over six miles long so is probably very close to a 10K in distance. There's only one hill, but you get to run up it about three times from different directions! There are two drink stations on the route, one of which you pass twice. There is also a drink station at the finish.

The route will be marked with tape and large yellow and black arrows. We also have plenty of marshals on hand to steer you in the right direction. You should always be able to see the next bit of tape or arrow ahead of you!

Course records
Men - Andrew Chambers 36:23 (2006)
Women - Rachel Beaman 41:37 (2006)

The terrain is almost completely off-road, including woodland, open fields and gritty trails. In places, cattle have made the ground quite rough, so please take care if you can. There are also some rocks and stones underfoot at about the 5 mile mark, so watch out for these too. Because the race is held in June, there's usually very little, if any mud, but heavy rain the days beforehand can make a big difference. Trail shoes are generally the best option, although faster runners may prefer fell shoes. Spikes are not recommended.

The award presentation will be held back up in the main car park, near the entrance to the restaurant and shop. Time of presentations to be confirmed.

Results will be posted onto the wall at the presentation area soon after the first group of runners come through, and will be updated throughout the race. A full set of results will be posted onto this website a few hours later (hopefully!)


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