New name, same race!
Formerly known as the East Leeds 10K, the St Aidan's 10K is the best way to start your weekend. Held on the evening of the first Friday in July, this popular 10K trail race is a perfect introduction to off-road running and an ideal race to test your speed.
The race is a fast and flat(ish), trail race along public footpaths and bridleways in and around in the idyllic setting of St Aidan's Country Park in the east of Leeds.
Starting by St Aidan's RSPB Visitor Centre, the route crosses and follows the River Aire to Lemonroyd Marina, before circling the Country Park back to the beginning.
19:00 Friday 5th July 2019
RSPB ST aidan's, Astley Lane, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS26 8AL
Detailed directions here
£14 affiliated - £16 unaffiliated
No entry on the day. Entrants must be aged 16 years or over on the day of the race.
Starting by the Visitor Centre, the route crosses and follows the River Aire to Lemonroyd Marina, before circling the Country Park back to the beginning.
Just a stone’s throw from the centre of Leeds, St Aidan’s nature park is a stunning wild place to explore. Whether you’re on foot, on your bike or have your camera at the ready, take advantage of the amazing views and wonderful wildlife spectacles on offer.
St Aidan’s was an opencast mine for many years and has now been restored to a wonderful nature park for everyone to enjoy. Follow four different trails through woodland glades, alongside whispering reedbeds, around lakes and ponds, and onto a hill with stunning panoramic views.
St Aidan’s is a fabulous spot to bring the family. There’s plenty of space to explore, bring your bikes and run around. It’s early days for St Aidan’s. We’re just setting out on our journey. We’d love to share it with you.
30% of net profits from this race shall be donated to the RSPB. This is expected to be at least £700. RSPB is a registered charity in England and Wales, number 207076, and in Scotland, number SC037654.