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Two Bridges Challenge

The following has been sent to the club:

Dear Club Secretary,

I would be grateful if you could bring the Two Bridges Challenge

ultra-distance race to the attention of your athletes?

Two Bridges Challenge – Saturday 27th August – Rosyth

The Two Bridges Challenge is an exciting and demanding multi terrain

ultra race over approximately 35-miles crossing the Forth Road Bridge

twice and covering beautiful and stunning scenery along the West

Lothian coast through the grounds of Hopetoun House, and along the

Fife Coastal Path.

The race starts and finishes at the Civil Service Club in Rosyth. The

terrain is mixed with approximately 12 miles of trail, 9 miles of

track and 14 miles of road. There are access points over the whole

route to support runners, but apart from the road sections the rest of

the course is not suitable for runners support cyclists or motor

vehicles.

The route is: Civil Service Sports Centre Rosyth – Ferry Toll Road –

Forth Bridge West Side – Port Edgar – Hopetoun House Grounds – Coastal

path through the Hopetoun Estate – Blackness Castle – Coastal path

back through the Hopetoun Estate – Hopetoun House Grounds – Port Edgar

– Forth Bridge East Side – Inverkeithing – Coastal path to Dalgety Bay

– Aberdour – Coastal path back to Dalgety Bay – Inverkeithing –

Coastal path to North Queensferry – Ferry Toll Road – Civil Service

Sports Centre Rosyth.

After race meal, great prizes, disco dance in the evening, buffet

supper and superb hospitality. Free camping available on site.

For more details follow this link www.twobridgesrace.org

Stephen Newsom