4th April 2020
2nd April 2020
Come and enjoy a challenging but satisfying half marathon or 10k around a stunning scenic forest course. The Hundred Acres event is run around the Forest of Bere, just to the north of Wickham.
West Walk, is off Hundred Acres Road, which itself is off the B2177 just to the east of the village of Wickham.
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There are 59 reviews for this event.
A challenging run in lovely sceneryAny other notes?
HillyAny other notes?
More Hills. Good though.
Beautiful, fun and well organised.Any other notes?
Absolutely loved this half marathon. Great use of the forest, varied terrain including a little road, some mud, trail and plenty of hills.
Amazing race but not for the faint hearted and course really hard for beginners- my first half marathon and it killed me ha haAny other notes?
Friendly event - and loved the sceneryAny other notes?
Really hilly and muddyAny other notes?
Tough run the half was 14.2 miles. The hills were massive and very muddy. Would be nicer to have a different medal style for the 10k and the half. Marshals were really friendly and incouraging.
Lovely location, plenty of parking, plenty of water, friendly marshals, fantastic medal and funny tshirt. Well done!Any other notes?
Quite a tough half marathon, but really enjoyed it. would do it againAny other notes?
First ever race......will do another now .....Any other notes?
Not many runs where deer cross your pathAny other notes?
Some confusion on start time but otherwise a fun event running through some beautiful woodland. Thanks Jeff and Michelle Xx
Varied terrain and fun in the mudAny other notes?
Well organised, good communication and friendly atmosphere. It is hilly and not easy but worth it for the best medal!
Great fun and challengingAny other notes?
Crazy mud and hills. A real test but really enjoyed it. Plus my son won which is great and everyone was so nice to him at end.
GreatAny other notes?
Awesome hills and very muddyAny other notes?
AmazingAny other notes?
See you next year