A trail race around the boundary of the Ashridge Estate

Welcome to the Ashridge Boundary Run website.

We are delighted to announce that entries for the 2022 event will open at 9am on 1st September 2022.  Please click here to be taken to the entry site.

In 2022 the race will be in an anti clockwise direction around the boundary trail route which follows well marked paths around the beautiful Ashridge estate.  The event is held annually.  The course is approximately 16.5 miles over varied trail and off road terrain.

The race is run with the kind permission of the National Trust and a donation will be made from the entry fee of every participant.

We are also delighted this year to be supporting two local causes, the Aldbury Community Defibrillator Project, which maintains a defibrillator in the village and will also donate to the fundraising of the Tring School rebuild.

This site contains details of the race which will start at 10am on Saturday 19th March 2022.  Please use the menu above to navigate around the site.

Water in cups will be provided for the runners and every entrant will receive a finishers gift. Prizes will be awarded to the top male and female finishers.

Entry in advance for the race is the same as previous years at £20.50 for unaffiliated runners and £19.50 for affiliated runners.  Results base also charge a small admin fee to handle the entries. Race numbers will be available for collection on the day of the race from 8.30am onwards.  Entries will only be allowed on the day if the race is not full.

As in previous years, entries will be via resultsbase.net. Click here to be taken to their site.

The results from the 2020 and previous races can be found on this website.

You will find details of the race, the route and details for race day by clicking here.

Results will be made available as soon as possible after the event and will be posted to this website.  Photos from the event will also be available on this website after the event.

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