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Sarsen Trail - 2015

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Sarsen Trail, Neolithic Marathon and Cycle Ride - Sunday 3 May 2015.

Online registration is now closed. Walkers and cyclists will be able to register on the day.

Get your trainers in tip-top condition, wipe off your walking boots, buff up your bike and get ready for the Trust’s biggest annual fundraising bash.

It’s a fun-filled, fabulous fundraising day out for the family – a multi-terrain running, walking and mountain biking event, taking you through the Vale of Pewsey, the Avon Valley and then across the beautiful ancient landscape of Salisbury Plain between Avebury and close to Stonehenge.

We’ve got races and distances for all the family (even the dog!) and including a circular rough terrain bike route.

In past years we have parked, registered and finished adjoining the Stonehenge Stones site. Unfortunately, due to the recent developments at Stonehenge, including the new visitor centre, we have been unable to secure a finish adjoining the stones. Thankfully Landmarc and the Army have come to our rescue and given us a new finish site at Old Carter Barracks, east of Durrington. It is not old, nor is it a barracks but a pleasant green space with hard standing for cars. Please take time to familiarise yourself with the map (link on the right of the page) showing how to get to the new start/finish. The route will be signposted from the main roads. The new route will still give you a view of Stonehenge but from a distance. In due course we will be publishing a map of the new route.

This year we will have a professional photographer taking pictures. To view the pictures, after the event, please click on the link to his website in the right hand column.

Entry fees cover the cost of us running this event and raise precious funds for the Trust. With just an additional £25 sponsorship from each walker, runner or cyclist, we would raise an additional £50,000 for our vital conservation work.

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