The 4 trail runs of the Stroud Trails Event, are a fabulous & challenging mixture of local trails, Cotswold hills, famous Towpaths, disused Railway Tracks, nationally acclaimed Common Land and of course the amazing views on the Cotswold Edge all in an area of outstanding natural beauty
Sunday 15th September 2023
Ultra 40 – 6am
Marathon – 8am
Half Marathon – 10:30am
Quarter Marathon – 11:30am
All registrations must be done in advance and through the Let’s Do This website.
Please read the event details on this website before booking and return afterwards for updates on the event.
The deadline for registrations is 11:30am Wednesday 4th May.
Entry fee varies from £20.50 to £49.50. Please see individual events for details
Refund: If you change your mind for any reason within 72 hours of registering, you can get a full refund, no questions asked. This applies up to 4 days before the event start. (Deadline: May 4th 11:30am)
After this, you can transfer your place to someone else, up to 4 days prior to the event. To do this you must contact us before 11:30am on Wednesday 4th May using our online form. (Click here)
There are a few exceptions, and discreationary decisions as well as the Let’s Do This injury protection. Please read full event terms & conditions.
Yes you can transfer your place to someone else, up to 4 days prior to the event. To do this you must contact us before 11:30am on Wednesday 4th May using our online form. (Click here)
We will need their full name, DOB & email address. An email with a link will be sent directly to them. The link will expire at 11:30am on Thursday 5th May.
Please note you may still get emails regarding the event, but you will no longer appear on the ecent start list.
Yes, the route is clearly marked with black and orange chevrons.
However, it is your responsibilty to familiarise yourself with the route.
There are viewable & downloadable maps, gpx files and route descriptions available on the individual event pages.
If you experience any issues or have questions about the routes, please get in touch before race day.
Signs are securely placed on public highways, footpaths & bridleways, which means that on rare occaisions some are removed or damaged by the public.
Therefore, although we do our very best to ensure a completely marked route, Iamoutdoors can’t be responsible for signs being removed and for your navigational errors.
There are toilets at Race HQ, about 50m from the start/finish line.
However, this is a trail event in the countryside. There are public toilets, pubs and retail areas close to the route, but there are none on the event route itself.
Please visit the Countryside Code website for more advice
There are 12 Checkpoints in the Stroud Trails event.
All these will have water available.
There is also some small snacks available for the longer distance events. See individual event pages for full details.
Note: It’s is compulsory to carry a 500ml water container for all distances.
There a some marshals on the route and at all checkpoints.
There are marshals at road crossing and certain points along the route where there are likely to be lots of runners closley bunched. As this thins out marshals will gradually stand down.
These marshals are in addition to all the signage, therefore without them the route is still clearly marked.
There is parking at the school for about 30 cars and another 30 at the back of the church.
The rest of parking is local street parking
Race HQ is the school hall.
Registration opens from 5am and closes 15mins before your race start.
safety pins are provided
There will be portable toilets in the school car park and public toilets 50m opposite the church.
The Start is on the common at the end of the school grounds, approx. 100m