Bolton Hill Marathon

Runner's World (UK) - - Race -

Make no mis­take, when you cross the fin­ish line of this brute you’ll know you’ve been in a race. Other com­peti­tors will be al­most in­ci­den­tal as you fo­cus on the chal­lenge of over­com­ing some of the tough­est (but most bleakly beau­ti­ful) ter­rain the West Pennine Moors can throw at you. Spots fa­mil­iar to ram­blers, such as Win­ter Hill, White Cop­pice, An­glezarke Reser­voir and Riv­ing­ton Pike, all fea­ture. The to­tal climb is 1,250m but the fi­nal three miles are down­hill, so it’s not all bad… Manch­ester, Greater Manch­ester, June 10, hill­run­ner.org

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