Are you up for a challenge?

4th June

Chiltern Warrior Fun Run 2017

Chiltern Warrior Run is a 5k or 10k fun trail across natural terrain and hills

If you love running in the wild outdoors, then book onto our 5k or 10k trail that leads through the natural terrain and hills of the Museum’s woodland, adjoining Woodland Trust property and around the Museum’s historic buildings. The run is suitable for both beginners and experienced runners and you can even bring your dog along.

  • Stunning natural terrain and hills
  • Option to run 5k or 10k
  • Convenient location close to London, M25, M40, M1 and M4
  • Dressing up is optional
  • Free parking
  • Free medal for every participant

Every Chiltern Warrior Fun Run entry helps us raise funds for the wonderful work of our unique Museum with its 33 vernacular buildings, living history events and historic working farm. Run among our historic buildings, woodland walk and historic farm, complete with sheep, cows, chickens, goats and heavy horses.  It’s wild, muddy good fun…

Spectators

There is lots for family and friends to do at the Museum whilst you run, standard Museum entrance fee applies and helps to support the work that the Museum does.

Chiltern Warrior Entry Fees

Advanced booking
£15 for 5k
£20 for 10k

Groups (Teams of 4 or more)
£12.50 per person 5k
£17.50 per person 10k

On the day
£20 for 5k
£25 for 10k

Every runner will receive a special Chiltern Warrior medal for taking part in the event.

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Running times

10k runners will start at 10am and 10.30am
5k runners will start at 11am and 11.30am

Age restrictions

Runners must be 18 or over. Over 15s can run with an adult supervisor and written consent from their parent or guardian.

Conditions of booking

Annual Pass holders please note that your Annual Passes are not valid for entry as a runner in this fundraising event.
Booking are not refundable.
Every runner will be required to sign a disclaimer on registration.
Runners who are under 18 will need a disclaimer signed by a parent/guardian.

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