The bigger brother of the 10km is a different beast altogether. It has a decent amount of climbing in it (1700ft) and takes in a lot more of the woodland trails in Canaston woods.
Like the 10km run, this has a wide variety of terrain from road to slippy single track.
The half marathon run starts in Narberth Carpark at 9:30am, it runs down Carding Mill Lane and runs along a road until around 2 miles before going offroad into Canaston woods. This route takes in most of the trails in Canaston woods, including some that we had to hack through to make them accessible again after a few years of being left to overgrow.
The route eventually reemerges on the road where it eventually joins back onto Carding Mill Lane and then up to finish line by the carpark.
There is one feed station on the route which is passed twice, it has water and jelly babies!
We welcome all abilities from seasoned speedsters to first timers looking to complete their first trail half marathon.
Entry is £16 which includes a very shiny finishers medal.
Whilst it's unlikely, the route may be changed before the event.
The elevation on Strava is wrong for some reason. It's around 1700ft total climbing. It also does not include the start looop. Total distance is 13.2 miles.