The top 10-mile races

Working your way up to a half marathon or ready to push yourself that bit further than a 10K? Take your pick from our top 10-mile races.

The top 10-mile races

1. Rhyl 10 Mile

Where: North Wales
When: 25 February 2017
How much: £26

This race allows you to take in sea views as you run along the promenade of Rhyl towards the iconic sands of Prestatyn. If you're looking to push it, this course definitely has PB potential.

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2. The Great Edinburgh Run

Where: Edinburgh
When: 23 April 2017
How much: £30

A great excuse to fill your weekend with some Scottish sight-seeing as you push yourself with a challenge. Take on the climbs of the city as you witness the incredible views of Edinburgh Castle and Scott Monument.

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3. The Dartmoor Volcano Race

Where: Devon
When: TBC, August 2017
How much: £29

The race title pretty much says it all: this race is for you if you're looking for a challenge. Cross rivers, run through bogs and ascent 1,800ft up a volcano. What else would you rather be doing on a Sunday?

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4. Run Durham 10 Miler

Where: Durham
When: TBC, September 2017
How much: TBC

Allow the miles to melt away by cleverly combining a forest adventure and a race victory. This event gives you the chance to experience the beautiful Durham Dales on foot and take in the expanse of the forest. Don’t worry about packing your trail shoes, you’ll be running along a mixture of flat paths and gravel forest road.

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5. Wimpole 10 Mile Run

Where: Cambridge
When: 8 October 2017
How much: £20

This multi-terrain event is set within the grounds of the iconic Wimpole Estate, with a route that runs alongside meadows and through woodlands. Race through the rolling countryside and take your mind off the inclines with some stellar sights.

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