The 10km is a great route with a variety of running surfaces including trail, road, streams and mud - nothing too strenuous but enough to make it a satisfying challenge to complete.
The course record currently sits at 44 minutes 30 seconds, set by Doug Nicholls.
The 10km run starts in Narberth Carpark at 9:45am, runs down Carding Mill Lane and runs along the road for about a mile before entering Canaston woods.
The route then undulates through the most picturesque parts of the woods. There is plenty to keep it interested as you'll be running through mud, over streams up and down little valleys
and being chased by wolves
The route eventually reemerges on the road where it rises back up Carding Mill Lane to finish line by the carpark.
There is one feed station on the route at 5km which has water and jelly babies!
We welcome all abilities from seasoned speedsters to first timers, come and give it a go.
Entry is £14 which includes a super bling finishers medal.
Whilst it's unlikely, the route may be changed before the event.