In the middle of nowhere (approx 20 minutes outside of Aberdeen…) lies the infamous Glack Hill, shrouded in mystery and guarded by angry looking sheep. Once a year, the gates open and brave adventurers are challenged to take on its brutal trails!
Glack Trail is about running and leaping around forests, hills and open countryside. Our unique course weaves around stunning wilderness without an inch of tarmac in sight. The timed event is perfect for all – from hardened trail runners to first time adventurers.
COVID BOOKING GUARANTEE
If we need to postpone or cancel Glack Trail 2021, you can defer to a future event or get a full refund.
What you need to know about Glack Trail
Electronic 'chip on bib' timing
For placing, the leader board, personal goals or ignoring!
Finishers buff and medal
Fully marked course and water stops
First aiders on site
Perfect for all
From hardened trail runners to first time adventurers. Age 8+
Base camp with music, activities and catering
Eight years of delivering quality, award winning Glack events
Hidden away in the ancient grounds of Glack Hill and Woods
Run with purpose
Glack events have helped raise over £80,000 for charity partner Friends of Anchor
The magic 8
The Glack Trail is 8km (and some!). Why eight kilometres? Because we have 8km of awesome trails, which should not be underestimated!
We've thoroughly tested the course and we're confident it'll be the longest (and most enjoyable!) eight kilometres you'll ever run.
And the best thing about having a unique trail course is that you can aim for the leader board and the Glack Trail record!
Glack Hill sits proudly behind Dunecht, Aberdeenshire. It stands at a modest 207m high but what it lacks in height, it makes up for in awesome terrain with natural trails navigating woodland, steep slopes, quarries and impressive boulders. It was born to host trail runs!
Pledge £80 and get a free place
Join us to #championthecause by signing up to fundraise for Friends on ANCHOR, helping make a direct difference to cancer and haematology care in the region.
There are 4 easy ways to fundraise – find out more here