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Inverness 10k 2022

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Inverness 10k
Sunday 29 May 2022

£14.99 Young Adults | £14.99 Adults | £10.00 Children

10k is a great step up from our 5k events, that's still achievable for everyone. Join a Race for Life 10k event and help raise valuable funds for cancer-beating research.

Key Information

Date: Sunday 29 May 2022

Time: 10:00

Young Adults: £14.99
Adults: £14.99
Children: £10.00
Under 6 entry (Girls and boys): free and no registration needed

Venue: Bught Park, Bught Stadium, Inverness, IV3 5SS View map

Distance: 10k

Course information

The 10k course is a double lap of the 5k and runs on the roads alongside the picturesque River Ness, crossing over Ness Bridge and Ness Islands. 

Please remember to bring your own water bottle already filled as there will be no bottled water provided at events. ScottishPower water refill stations will be available to use.

Please arrive 15 to 20minis before your start time so that you are prepared and ready to go on time

Meeting point

Please remember to bring your own water bottle already filled as there will be no bottled water provided at events. ScottishPower water refill stations will be available to use.

The start line is located on the Bught Park playing fields.

If using what3words, enter ///faces.oasis.crate in the free app, to find the exact starting point.

Please remember to bring your own water bottle already filled as there will be no bottled water provided at events. ScottishPower water refill stations will be available to use.

There are a number of buses that service Bught Park and Inverness train station is a 20 minute walk from the start line. Visit travelinescotland.com for help with planning your journey.

There is no event parking but there are a number of car parks in the city centre, only a short walk from the start line. 

Dogs allowed
Suitable for pushchairs
Wheelchair accessible
Toilets
No bag drop
Refreshments
No showers
No parking

This course is accessible to wheelchair users in dry weather, but due to a sizeable section of the course being on grass and woodland paths, assistance is recommended. 

In wet weather a large section of the course will become inaccessible to wheelchair users which significantly reduce the distance. The grass start and finish area will also be difficult to access.

Blue badge parking is available next to the start area.

Supporter / spectator access

Please remember to bring your own water bottle already filled as there will be no bottled water provided at events. ScottishPower water refill stations will be available to use.