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Race Guide
Wimbledon Trail Series: All 3 Races

Date / Time
Wednesday, May 10, 2023 at 7:00 p.m.
Length 5.00 miles (8.0 km)

Entries Closed.


This page is to enter all 3 races in the series at a discount. See below to enter individual races.

Price £39 Affiliated or £45 Unaffiliated for all 3.

Good Run Guide brings you the 9th edition of the Wednesday evening trail race series. The first 2 races are 5 miles each long and the 3rd about 8 miles and are loosely based on one of our recommended running routes through scenic and sometimes challenging parts of Wimbledon Common. They start at the iconic windmill and offer a mixture of adventure, fun and challenge all set within the lovely Wimbledon Common and completely traffic free. However conveniently there is a large free car park at the start.

Each finisher receives a mug, chocolate bar and fruit. There are series and individual medals/prizes.

Entrants must be 16 or over

To be elegible for the team prize 3 to score men and women you must wear a club vest.

  • First Race is on Wednesday Evening 10th May here: Race 1 Entry
  • Second Race is on Wednesday Evening 7st June Race 2 Entry
  • Third Race is on Wednesday Evening 5th July Race 3 Entry

To enter all 3, please register online by clicking the "Enter This Race" button other wise go to individual race pages using links above. Further information will be sent to all entrants a couple of days prior to the race date. 


About The Course

The first race of the series is 5 miles long, and follows an interesting and challenging course. Features include tackling the Rifle Butts, running alongside Beverly Brook, and climbing the energy sapping 'Toast Rack'. The run is designed so that it will be much tougher than your average 5K but at the same time accessible to runners of all standards. 

Soon after the Start, everyone happy:

Runners tackle the 'Big Alp':

And these are some of the other views/challenges along the route:

Around Queensmere

Along Beverley Brook


And up the 'Toast Rack'