Run to the Sea
Saturday 15th October 2022
(Closes Saturday 17th September)


From Moors Valley Country Park to Hengistbury Head, Bournemouth, following the Castleman Trailway for part of the way and along the stunning seafront into Bournemouth. A truly fantastic route, this 50km point-to-point course takes you through a variety of terrain, including wonderful forest trails and coastal paths.

With a flat, beautifully scenic course you can use this as a perfect intro to ultra-running, an opportunity to challenge yourself to a fast 50km run time, or simply just enjoy an amazing run to the sea!​​



What's included

  • staggered start: 7-8am

  • a fully signed course - arrows all the way

  • gps route file provided before race day

  • generous 9 hrs cut-off time from latest start at 8am

  • 4 feed stations at approx 10km intervals

  • option to have your own food delivered to feed stations 3 & 4

  • professional medical cover throughout

  • fantastic bespoke medal & memento

  • free downloadable photos

  • UTMB points x 2

  • registered with ARC, TRA, ITRA


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Entry details

Early bird: £60 until 1st January 2022

Regular entry: £65 from 1st January 2022

(Affiliated runners get £2 discount)

Bundle offer available at checkout for Run to the Sea Brighton, Run to the Sea Bournemouth and/or RRUM combined


Team entry (optional): each runner enters individually, giving the team or club name.  We award a prize to the first team or club with 5 runners over the line.  You do not have to run together.  You must enter your team name either at registration, or via your entry confirmation link up until 21 days before race day.  We cannot add a team name to an entry after this point

Optional extras:-

  • bus transport available from finish to start before the race (£6)

  • team challenge: see 'Entry details' above

  • squashable silicone cup to use at feed stations and finish (£3 during registration process/ £5 on the day) - we want to be as plastic-free as possible, therefore don't provide plastic cups.  You can of course also use your water bottles!

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