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FOR 2023 WE KNOW TIMES MAY BE TOUGH FOR LOTS OF PEOPLE, SO WE'RE REDUCING OUR HALF MARATHON TICKET PRICE BY £1 & OFFERING AN EARLY BIRD TICKET WITH £5 OFF UNTIL 30TH SEPTEMBER 2022.
Experience the peace and tranquility of the beautiful, remote Isle of Skye, the largest and northernmost of the major islands in the Inner Hebrides, and home to some of Scotland’s most iconic landscapes. Renowned for its strong community, friendly welcome, and a race run on closed roads, the Skye Half Marathon sells out every year.
We are an island destination which makes our race all the more unique. Travel however is pretty straightforward and we are more accessible than you might think. We have a toll free bridge linking us to the mainland, as well as regular ferry sailings from Mallaig. You can get to the Isle of Skye from the Highland capital of Inverness. Inverness Airport has interconnecting flights from London airports.
Accommodation on the Isle of Skye is quick to fill up, so booking well in advance is recommended for the best location and the best prices.
Skye boasts a big variety of accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets from wild camping to luxury accommodation.
Registration for the Half Marathon and Fun Run is at the Race Start; which is the Fingal Centre.
Photo ID is required when you to register. Registration closes on Saturday 10th June 2023 at 9:45am.
Dependent on weather conditions, the race start will be either chip or gun. This will be decided on the morning. The race begins at 10:30am so don't be late.
Prior to this you should have registered to get your race number.
Prize giving will take place at 13.30.
Due to popular demand, and now we're further removed from Covid restrictions, our post race Ceilidh will be back bigger and better, with live music, great hospitality and good times. Watch this space for more details.