Event date is 20th November 2021.


The event will consist of two separate races, across the Dublin Mountains. Check out directions to the start on our Course Map page.


On the day, registration is from 9am to 10.30am.


The race will begin from 10am onwards.  

Download and read our Injury Prevention & Endurance Events document (Word file) and also our Run the Line training guide_2014 (Word file)


Frequently asked questions

How difficult is each event?

Without us knowing your level of fitness the answer to this question is difficult but we would say that unless you have put in the training and have the miles in your legs please do not enter a distance option that you know will be out of your league. We have two distance options – choose carefully! Keep in mind that the long option is 26km, over a mix of road and trail surfaces, and with an elevation gain over the course of over 1000m. The 13km option has most of the height already gained and is mostly on trail surface.

Do you have any recommended kit for the event?

  • Running shoes (trail runners or ordinary runners)
  • Hydration pack or water bottle
  • Energy snacks
  • Windproof top
  • Hat or Buff
Participants must be aware that weather conditions in the mountains can change and deteriorate rapidly and should bring appropriate clothing to keep them warm in any adverse weather. It is also recommended that all competitors undertake a training program in the months leading up to this event to ensure the day is as memorable as possible.

Where is the parking area for the event?

There will be Parking locations at the Start/Finish area at Glencullen Adventure Park and we encourage carpooling and use of public transport.

Where can I register for the event?

Registration on the event morning will be in Glencullen Adventure Park, D18, just up the road from Johnny Fox’s. You will receive your race number, timing chip and T-shirt. There will be important welcome and safety briefings for all participants that will cover safety, the latest weather forecast, logistical considerations and other important information. Registration will start at 9am.

What electronic timing devices are being used?

Your results are measured with the use of electronic timing equipment on your race bib.

What’s included in my entry fee?

Professionally organised event by Dublin/Wicklow Mountain Rescue Team, public liability insurance, race timing system, race number, course marking, manned check points and hydration & feed stations. Plus the warm glow that comes with helping fund a vital frontline emergency service!

Is there anything sent to me in the post before the event?

If you have opted for the postal registration your race number will be sent in the post, t-shirt collection will be on event day. If you have not opted for postal registration all race numbers and other information associated with the event will be given to you upon registration on event day. We will be sending regular updates via email, and please check the Run The Line Facebook page – for updates.

Are there any feed / hydration stations?

There will be a hydration station 500m beyond the long/short course split (short and long routes) and the Pine Forest Car Park (long route only). Participants are advised to bring their own energy food, though some may be available at the hydration area.

Where is the best place for my family to see me taking part?

Family and friends are more than welcome to come along to this event to show support. Supporters also add an atmosphere and additional energy to the experience for all the other participants and the crew. The best place for your supporters is at Glencullen Adventure Park. An update will be posted with some more top locations. Please Note: It is asked that spectators follow the recommendations of the organisers in order to prevent bottle necks and congestion.

Can I raise extra money?

Yes, of course. Please see the download section for details on how to set up your own mycharity,ie page. We are grateful for every penny raised.

Do you have any Rules that I have to adhere to?

  • The event is open to runners, and walkers of 18 years of age and over.
  • Participants must ensure they have appropriate footwear, clothing and have access to water and energy food whilst competing.
  • All participants must refer to the recommended kit list.
  • All participants must follow the prescribed course adhere to the spirit of the event by showing courtesy to other trail users, dropping no litter – we operate a Leave No Trace Policy, If you drop your rubbish you WILL be disqualified. Leaving gates as found, offering fellow runners who are injured, exhausted or confused, help and support and no dogs are allowed on the course.

Will I have to sign a Disclaimer?

Yes, by entering the event you will be bound by the event disclaimer.

What are your safety protocols regarding COVID-19?

Safety is our top concern. We will be communicating our COVID-19 protocols over the comming weeks.

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