HAMELDOWN HAMMER half-marathon, with it’s 7 mile sibling the HAMELDOWN 7EVEN is back for the 5th year.
The new date is Sunday 23rd February 2020.
This year’s races took place on Sunday 24th February 2019 and the Results can be found here
HAMMER start time 10:00am
7EVEN start time 10:15am
The races start and finish in the village of Widecombe-In-The-Moor, at the foot of the Hameldown ‘massif’ and surrounded by some of Dartmoor’s most iconic granite tors.
The Hameldown Hammer, like our Dartmoor Volcano race, is another tough, challenging trail race, designed to be a serious test of endurance. The Hammer has a total ascent of over 600m. It is 98% trail, over a series of well defined, grassy, rocky, sometimes muddy tracks and through forestry glades. Most significantly, there is a double ascent of the Hameldown Ridge….
The Hameldown Hammer rises high and steep. It affords spectacular views of the Moor and Tors, with some of the best trail running Dartmoor has to offer.
Hameldown Hammer Route map
The shorter race, Hameldown 7EVEN – The ‘Long 10k’, has in excess of 300 metres of ascent and still includes a double ascent of the Hameldown ridge.
Both courses will be fully marked and marshalled.
Newly designed bespoke MEDALS to all finishers.
Bespoke Event T-shirts available to purchase through the SiEntries online.
So……….. Can you nail the Hameldown Hammer?
Or will you get HAMMERED!?
Mandatory kit-list :-
Backpack or waistpack
Mobile phone with emergency number stored (numbers below)
Capacity to carry 250ml of liquid – we are cupless now so bring a collapsable up or water bottle
Race Permit provided by the Trail Running Association under U.K. Athletics rules