Saturday 5th October 2024

2024 sees the Return of the brilliant Scottish race G2E Ultra starting in Glasgow from the 'Hyper-Modern' Riverside Museum beside the Victorian Tall Ship Glenlee!

G2E Ultra has live online GPS tracking from GB Race Tracker, a well marked route, great NEW venues & brilliant support at checkpoints along the journey, the G2E Ultra is a great, flat, fast-paced race, ideal for a personal best at the distance!

Glasgow To Edinburgh presents a great opportunity to extend the stay, bring the family and explore two great cities before and after the event. The route also passes the Falkirk Wheel and the Antonine Wall, the Northernmost point of the Roman Empire (Vallum Antonini – dating back to AD 142).

Ready for the challenge?

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Course Records

Mens PB – Marco Consani – 6 Hours 19 Minutes (2014 – 54 Miles)

Ladies PB – Lucy Colquhoun – 6 Hours 50 Minutes (2009*)

New Course Mens PB – Jarlath McKenna – 6 Hours 49 Minutes (2023)

New Course Ladies PB – Emily Mills – 8 Hours 27 Minutes (2023)


Are You Ready To

Be Challenged? Make Friends? Run from Glasgow to Edinburgh?

Gold, Silver or Bronze?

Top 100 finishers earn a Gold G2E Ultra Medal, 101-200 finishers earn a Silver G2E Ultra Medal and 201+ finishers earn the Bronze G2E Ultra Medal.  There are additional Bespoke GB Ultras Trophies for the Top 3 Male and Top 3 Female finishers.

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All The Glasgow to Edinburgh Ultra Race Information

We want you to have the most amazing time at the G2E Ultra! All the information you need to participate in this event is below.

At least 20 years old + at the time of the race (Rule T3 (141) S5 UKA Trail Running).

In good health.

Must have run at least a marathon distance ‘race’ prior to the event (no timescale).
This can be for an event not yet taken place but that will be completed prior to G2E Ultra start.

Start Venue – Location

Riverside Museum, 100 Pointhouse Rd, Glasgow, G3 8RS.

Friday 4th October 2024 At Start Venue

5.30pm – 9.00pm Race Registration – Bib Number Collection only

If collecting your bib number on Friday evening, you must return to collect your Race Tracker on Saturday morning.  The Race Tracker device is part of your Mandatory Kit (see below).

Saturday 5th October 2024 At Start Venue

4.15am – 5.30am Race Registration – Bib Number Collection, GB Race Tracker Collection & Dropbag drop-off

6.00am – Race Mass Start

Finish Venue – Location 

Edinburgh Athletics Track (Saughton Sports Complex) – Stevenson Drive, Edinburgh, EH11 3BQ.

Participants must cross the finish line before the cut off time to be counted in the results and to be awarded a medal.

Finish Venue – Changing Rooms & Showers

Separate Male and Female changing rooms are available at the finish venue, along with communal shower facilities per changing room.

Finish Venue – Parking

Please note parking is available to the rear of Saughton Sports Complex beside Saughton Rose Gardens, Balgreen Road, Edinburgh, EH11 3BQ.  Please do not block access to the rear entrance to the finish venue/athletics track for the medical and event team.


Glasgow’s award-winning transport museum. With over 3,000 objects on display there’s everything from skateboards to locomotives, paintings to prams and cars to a Stormtrooper.

Get hands on with our interactive displays. Walk through Glasgow streets and visit the shops, bar and subway. Climb aboard a train, tram or bus and get a real feel for old public transport. Discover Glasgow’s rich shipbuilding history, explore the car and motorbike walls.

There are over 90 large touch screens panels full of images, memories and films that tell the fascinating stories behind the objects. There really is something for all ages to enjoy at the Riverside Museum.

More details on the Riverside Museum can be found at https://www.glasgowlife.org.uk/museums/venues/riverside-museum

GB Ultras have designed the event to take into account participant needs and looked at all transport options possible. The Start Venue has pay and display parking available – Riverside Museum Car Park, Stobcross Rd, Glasgow G3 8RS and the Finish Venue has free of charge parking available beside the Saughton Rose Gardens beside the Athletics track at Saughton Sports Complex. 

We would strongly advise participants to make arrangements prior to the event, including checking train times if applicable. On Race Day, long term (multi-day) parking should be researched.  More suitable long term parking maybe available locally at Glasgow City Centre.  

No official transport is laid on returning to Glasgow after the event due to the various finishing times of runners.  However, Haymarket Train Station runs regular trains to Glasgow.  Address: Haymarket Terrace, Edinburgh, EH12 5EY.

The following items of kit are mandatory and must be carried at all times during the race. Failure to carry these items will result in the participant being disqualified from the race. 

Random kit checks WILL be carried out at race registration, during the race and at the race finish.

G2E Mandatory Kit

Waterproof coat with sealed seams, i.e. Goretex – Min 10,000mm
Long Sleeved Base layer (separate from start kit in a dry bag in case of emergency).
Water bottles or bladder – minimum 1 litre capacity,
Fully charged mobile phone with Race HQ phone number stored,
Foil Blanket,
Headtorch or Primary Light Source – Min 75 Lumens,
Backup Torch or Headtorch (not mobile phone),
GPS Tracker (collected from GB Race Tracker at Race Registration)

G2E Recommended Kit

Electrolytes – S-Caps
Ordnance Survey Map Explorer 342 – Glasgow, 349 – Falkirk, 350 – Edinburgh,

Hat and Gloves,
Waterproof trousers,
Optional Dropbag, 
Sun Protection, 
First Aid Kit,
Reusable Cup. 

Please be aware GB Ultras Races are now cupless!

You can buy a GB Ultras reusable cup CLICK HERE to visit the shop.

An optional dropbag can be handed to GB Ultras staff at Race Registration prior to the event on race morning. This dropbag will be transported to the Finish Venue in Edinburgh to meet runners there. 

As an example, a Dropbag may contain a change of clothes, etc to meet you at the finish venue.  Any dropbag should be clearly labelled with the participant’s Surname & Race number at Registration. Labels will be provided at Race Registration on race morning.

It is the responsibility of the runner to pick up any dropbags.  Any dropbags not collected following completion of the race will be disposed of.

Dropbags must be no larger than 50L.  Bags larger than this size will be refused.

GB Ultras recommend participants use a medium size pack a similar size to a cabin case, approx capacity 37 litres (55cm x 39cm x 20cm).

Dropbags can be left at race registration ON RACE DAY ONLY.

Dropbags can be left between 4:15am and 5:30am with the Event Team in a designated area.

CP1 & CP5 are new Checkpoints and will provide water only.  Each of the other checkpoints have refreshments including cola, tailwind, water and juice as well as a variety of sandwiches, salted potatoes, fruit, snacks, crisps and chocolate. Vegetarian and vegan refreshments will be available. We’ll also have a Medic or a First Aider available at each CP.

There are strictly enforced cut-off times per Checkpoint implemented by the Event Organisers, GB Ultras, to ensure a safe event.  Checkpoint distances are approximate and may vary each year should there be minor diversions on the route (due to local authority/landowner works).  You must enter the checkpoint before the cut off time to proceed further in the event.  Should you pass through the Checkpoint in time, you may stay at the relevant checkpoint for no more than 20 minutes after the cut off.

The 2008 – 2018  Editions of the 54 mile event have previously had a 12 hour cut off.  The 2021-2022 56 mile event had a 14 hour cut-off and this has now been increased to 15 hours after the final checkpoint to help ensure those that reach the final checkpoint have a better chance to reach the finish.

G2E Ultra Checkpoints

Checkpoint 1


5.3 miles. Lambhill Stables, 11 Canal Bank North, Glasgow G22 6RD. 

What 3 words – https://what3words.com/patio.sunk.ashes

NO SUPPORT CREWS PERMITTED – Insufficient parking.  Support crews arriving at the checkpoint without special permission risk the participant they are supporting being penalised or disqualified.  Please treat the Event team with respect at all times. 

Cut off 7.15am Saturday.

Checkpoint 2

10.8 miles. Barleybank Car Park, Kirkintilloch, Glasgow, G66 1JB 

What 3 words – https://what3words.com/siblings.conspired.deflect

Cut off 8.30am Saturday.  (Toilet at checkpoint)

Support teams permitted – please park sensibly (pay and display) and do not block the trail from other users nor block access to the checkpoint.  Please treat the Event team with respect at all times.

Checkpoint 3

17 miles. Beside Canal – near to Woodend Riding Centre, Glasgow G68 0AA.

What 3 words – https://what3words.com/payer.spines.skinning  

Cut off 10.07am Saturday. (Toilet at checkpoint)

NO SUPPORT CREWS PERMITTED – Insufficient parking.  Support crews arriving at the checkpoint without special permission risk the participant they are supporting being penalised or disqualified.  Please treat the Event team with respect at all times.

Checkpoint 4

25.4 miles. Falkirk Wheel Car Park, Lime Rd, Tamfourhill, Falkirk, FK1 4RS. NS 85300 80035 

What 3 words – https://what3words.com/adapt.credited.unsightly

Cut off 12.15pm Saturday. (Toilets available from 10am at Falkirk Wheel centre)

Support teams permitted – please park sensibly locally or use the pay and display car park at Falkirk Wheel and do not block the trail from other users nor block access to the checkpoint.  Please treat the Event team with respect at all times.

Checkpoint 5


30 miles.  Canalside, Polmont, Redding Road, muirhead, Falkirk FK2 9TT.

What 3 words – https://what3words.com/commented.slips.left

Cut off 1.15pm Saturday.

Support teams permitted parking along Redding Road. Please park sensibly and do not block the trail from other users nor block access to the checkpoint. Please treat the Event team with respect at all times.

Checkpoint 6

36.5 miles. Linlithgow Basin, Strawberry Bank, Linlithgow, EH49 6BJ. NT 00280 76965.

What 3 words – https://what3words.com/managed.rucksack.seashell

Cut off 3.00pm Saturday. (Toilet at checkpoint)

Support teams permitted parking at Linlithgow.  To help avoid parking issues near to the checkpoint.  Please park at Water Yett Car Park (a short walk away), EH49 7HN, or St Ninian’s Way, EH49 7HL.  There’s also Linlithgow Station Parking West, 6-14 Back Station Road, Linlithgow, EH49 7HU (parking charges may apply but online does state some are free parking).

Please park sensibly (not on double yellow lines being mindful not to block driveways) and do not block the trail from other users nor block access to the checkpoint. Please treat the Event team with respect at all times.

Checkpoint 7

49.7 miles. Ratho (change of location from 2021), 34 Baird Rd, Ratho, Newbridge EH28 8RA.

What 3 words – https://what3words.com/sideboard.drums.crumble (CP location)

Cut off 6.15pm Saturday. (Toilet at checkpoint)

Support teams permitted – Please park along Freelands Way.  https://what3words.com/aliens.cheerful.stretch (Parking location)

Please park sensibly (not on double yellow lines being mindful not to block driveways) and do not block the trail from other users nor block access to the checkpoint. Please treat the Event team with respect at all times.

Finish Venue

56 Miles. Edinburgh Athletics Track, Saughton Sports Complex, Stevenson Drive, Edinburgh, EH11 3BQ. NT 14000 70980. 

What 3 words – https://what3words.com/invest.vine.pans (Finish location)

Cut off 9.00pm Saturday.

Spectators welcome.  There is very limited parking at Saughton Sports Complex.  

Supporters please park on Ford’s Road Car Park, 60b Ford’s Road, Edinburgh, EH11 3HR.  If parking locally, please park sensibly (not on double yellow lines being mindful not to block driveways) and do not block the trail from other users nor block access to the finish venue. Please treat the Event team with respect at all times.

What 3 words – https://what3words.com/moods.switch.riders (Ford’s Road Car Park location if available – parking charges may apply)

Although largely a trail event, due to the nature of the event, you will be passing through some urban areas and there will be inevitably the occasional road crossing in Glasgow where it will be necessary to slow and possibly stop. No roads are closed en route. Particular attention should be given at these points. GB Ultras reserve the right to phase the start to spread out runners.

As always, if you see a runner experiencing difficulties please inform Checkpoint Marshals/Race HQ. Each runner is given the Race Director’s number within the Glasgow to Edinburgh Ultra Race Instructions & also at Race Registration. Our team will always endeavour to reach any participant in difficulty but due to the inaccessibility of the trail this can take time. Participants who lose time helping another fallen participant, can claim this time back, subject to Race Director discretion and under the proviso of completing the race within the official cut off time (due to venue hire, medical team availability and event team availability).

GB Race Tracker provide the Live Online GPS Tracking for the event with updates on participant positions approximately every 2 minutes (subject to signal).  On the front of each tracker is an SOS button which when pressed for 5 seconds immediately alerts the Race Director & Race HQ that urgent help is required who can then act accordingly.

In the event of a Medical Emergency please call 999 first and then inform Race HQ.

Ultra-Marathon Admission Waiver

Each ultra runner agrees and understands the full nature of an Ultra-Marathon. That an Ultra-Marathon involves running throughout the day and well into the night at times with limited rest over challenging terrain with inherent risks of changing weather conditions. Each ultra runner understands that it is their responsibility to adequately train for the event, and monitor their own health throughout and are ultimately responsible for their own safety. Criteria ensures that a runners safety depends on their own skills and abilities and these have been gained from other events placing them in good stead to take on the mental and physical challenges of Glasgow to Edinburgh Ultra.

Each ultra runner understands these are their responsibilities and not those of GB Ultras.

Please read these terms and conditions carefully and make sure that you understand them, before placing an entry on our site. By submitting your entry form, you agree to be bound by these terms and conditions (“the Terms”), and by submitting, you declare that you hereby, for yourself, your heirs and executors, administrators, successors, and assigns, declare that:-

1. I hereby agree to comply with the Conditions of Entry and all event rules and regulations as set down by GB Ultras Ltd (“the Event Organisers”) a company registered in England and Wales under company number 09397186. These conditions include the length of time taken to complete sections of the course which may be implemented by the Event Organisers, at their discretion, to ensure safe and proper running of the event.

2. I agree that the decision of the Race Referee will be final in all circumstances and no discussion will be entered into.  Participants who have passed kit check at Race Registration and then failed a random kit check during the event can be immediately disqualified by the Race Director or by Senior Checkpoint Marshals.  It is the judgement and decision of the Race Director or the Senior Checkpoint Marshal to decide on the seriousness of the breach.  A time penalty can be added as an alternative (a minimum of 1 hour added to the runners race time per missing item) unless the runner decides to head back to the Checkpoint to obtain the ‘Mandatory kit’ item.

3. I agree to conduct myself in a sporting, professional and cautious manner during my participation in the event and understand that I may be disqualified if I do not do so.

4. I understand participation in this Event is physically strenuous and demanding and am fully aware of the nature of the event and all associated medical and physical risks involved. I further certify that I am physically capable of competing in this Event and I will only compete if I am fit enough to do so.

5. I will be immediately disqualified from the Event if I am found to have intentionally shortened the route to the race, and/or found to be deliberately littering the course.

6. If I have any medical condition(s), including allergies, which the Event Organisers or Event medical advisors might need to be aware of, I have provided details of this on my entry form, and will also provide written details of this on the rear of my pin-on numbers prior to my participation in the Event. I agree to display my number at all times during the Event.

7. I acknowledge that my pin-on number is personal to me and it is non-transferable under any circumstances.

8. I understand and agree that I participate in this Event entirely at my own risk, that I must rely on my own ability in dealing with all hazards, and that I must conduct myself in a manner that is safe for myself and all others throughout the duration of this Event.

9. I agree to retire immediately from the event if ordered to do so by the Event Organisers, any government official or member of the emergency services.

10. I accept full liability for any medical expenses incurred as a result of training for and/or participating in the Event

11. I accept that the Event Organisers, sponsors, race officials, medical advisers and any person involved in the organisation of this Event are not liable for any injury or illness or resultant death that I may suffer as a result of my participation in the Event, whether prior to, during or subsequent to the Event. I enter the race entirely at my own risk. I renounce any rights and claims for damages that I may have against the Event Organisers, sponsors, race officials, medical advisers and any person involved in the organisation of this Event together with their officers, directors, shareholders, successors and assigns, (collectively, “Releasees”) and release them from all liability to the Participant and his/her personal representatives, assigns, heirs, executors, and successors for loss(es), damage(s) and claims therefor on account of injury to Participant or his/her property or the resultant death of Participant, whether caused by the active or passive negligence of the Releasees or otherwise, in connection with Participants involvement in the Event (“Losses”), and further covenants not to sue any of the aforementioned parties for such Losses.

12. Whilst the Event Organisers take every care with the staging of the Event, I accept that I must make all reasonable precautions for the safeguarding of my person and of my property during my participation in this Event. I further acknowledge that personal accident and personal items insurance is my responsibility.

13. I understand that at registration, I must produce photographic identification.

14. I am aware that when running, the function of the marshals is only to indicate direction and that I must decide if the movement is safe, i.e. road crossing, slippy conditions, etc.

15. I accept that, in relation to my participation in this Event, I am required to obey instructions from marshals and relevant signage before, during and after the Event.

16. The Event Organisers introduce cut off times for completion of sections of the course as they see fit. These will be made clear prior to the race. Competitors may be instructed to withdraw from the Event in accordance with the imposed cut off times.

17. I accept that the Event Organisers reserve the right to amend the event format or cancel the Event due to health and safety reasons, including storm, rain, inclement weather, winds or any other act of god conditions. I accept that my Entry fee shall be non-refundable in this circumstance as costs have already been incurred.

18. I accept that the Event Organisers will do their utmost to provide me with a finish time following my completion of the Event, however they will not be held responsible for any computer result anomalies.

19. I will be 20 years old or over on the day of the Event (Rule T3 (141) S5 UKA Trail Running).

20. I have read, understood and accept the GB Ultras Ltd Withdrawal Policy.

21. I understand that confirmed entry to this event is dependent on a fully and accurately completed online Entry Form; and receipt of payment to cover my Entry fee at least 10 working days (2 weeks) in advance of the event. If either of these conditions is not fulfilled then my entry will not be valid nor accepted, and I will not be eligible to take part in the Event.

22. Through my completion and submission of the online Entry Form, I am committing to paying for my Event entry via the means as instructed on the GB Ultras Ltd website.

23. I irrevocably consent to my appearance in any media format, in relation to the publicity of this Event, and in future publicity and advertising of GB Ultras Ltd & GB Race Tracker Ltd; provided that such use does not imply my direct endorsement of any official sponsor or suppliers of the Event.

24. All decisions and rulings by the Event Organisers, its employees and its agents are considered final.

25. The Event Organisers reserve the right to vary these conditions by giving notice to in writing in any official event material or correspondence prior to the Event.

26. A person who is not party to these Terms shall not have any rights under or in connection with them under the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999.

27. We will not be liable or responsible for any failure to perform, or delay in performance of, any of our obligations under the Terms that is caused by events outside our reasonable control (Force Majeure Event).

A Force Majeure Event includes any act, event, non-happening, omission or accident beyond our reasonable control and includes in particular (without limitation) the following: strikes, lock-outs or other industrial action; civil commotion, riot, invasion, terrorist attack or threat of terrorist attack, war (whether declared or not) or threat or preparation for war; fire, explosion, storm, flood, earthquake, subsidence, epidemic or other natural disaster; impossibility of the use of railways, shipping, aircraft, motor transport or other means of public or private transport; impossibility of the use of public or private telecommunications networks; the acts, decrees, legislation, regulations or restrictions of any government; and pandemic or epidemic.

28. You agree that we may publish your Personal Information as part of the results of the Event and may pass such information to the governing body or any affiliated organisation for the purpose of insurance, licences or for publishing results either for the event alone or combined with or compared to other events. Results may include (but not be limited to) name, date of birth, city and country reside in, any club affiliation, race times, occupation and age category. You consent that your details maybe passed onto GB Race Tracker Ltd and Race Tracker AS to ensure the smooth, safe and accurate running of the Tracking software. Your details may also be passed onto 3rd parties via Live tracking so that the event team as well as your family and friends and the general public can follow every entrants position during the Race.

29. Should a GPS Tracker be damaged, lost or stolen then the entrant agrees to cover the cost of the tracker which is £150 + VAT per GPS tracker.

30. Upon withdrawal or completion of the Race, the runner agrees to return the GPS tracker to the Race Organiser. If a GPS tracker is not returned to a dedicated Race Marshal at Race HQ then the runner will be charged £150 + VAT.

31.  I have read, understood and accept the GB Ultras Ltd Withdrawal Policy.

Before the race

Due to the nature of the event, costs are incurred as soon as a participant signs up, no refunds are possible in this event.

We allow deferrals to the following years race or transfer of your place to another runner subject to the timescales below. Transfers to another runner are also subject to the replacement runner meeting the qualifying criteria for the event (please see the Qualifying Criteria section).


Any deferrals to the following years Race must be requested by emailing the event team at events@gbultras.com no later than 8 weeks prior to the event subject to payment of an administration fee. No deferral requests will be permitted after this time. Click here to pay the Admin Fee.

Please note that a deferral is permitted for 1 year only (unless due to pregnancy – please see GB Ultras Pregnancy Deferral Policy below).

Pregnancy Deferral

  1. Women who have entered a GB Ultras event and are, or become, pregnant prior to race day can defer entry for up to two years.
  2. Women who fall pregnant again during the deferral period may request another deferral for up to an additional two years.
  3. Partners are also able to defer for one year if the birth is imminent.
  4. To defer please email events@gbultras.com with the medical certificate/medical confirmation of the pregnancy/birth.
  5. All other rules and requirements for race entry will apply.

Transfers to another runner

Transfers are possible up until 3 weeks before the Race day providing qualifying criteria is met (see Qualifying Criteria section) and payment of an administration fee. No transfer requests will be permitted after this time. Click here to pay the Admin Fee.

Once the administration fee has been paid, please email the event team at events@gbultras.com with the following details of the replacement runner: 

Full name
Date of Birth
Full address and postcode
Email address
Running Club (if any)
UKA membership number (if any)
Next of kin name
Next of kin number

During the race

Please inform a GB Ultras Race Marshal at one of the Checkpoint’s or Race HQ.  This will ensure all participants who are registered and pull out of the race are accounted for, allowing for the accurate and safe running of the event.  If a participant withdraws at a Checkpoint they must hand over their Race Number & GPS Tracker to the Event team to signal their retirement.  Marshals’ will inform the race organiser and each of the remaining Checkpoints can update their event documentation.

Upon withdrawal from the race, it is the responsibility of the individual to get themselves home (or to the event finish if required to collect their dropbag). Given the size of the Start line, we would recommend having your own Support Crew in case withdrawal during the event is needed.

Where possible, runners withdrawing from the race maybe able to be transported by GB Ultras event support from a checkpoint back to Race HQ however this cannot be guaranteed.  Priority will be given to runners still participating in the race.

Where it is possible to transport a runner to the finish, this will only be available after a checkpoint closes and therefore may involve a significant wait.  In addition, as event teams are deployed to multiple checkpoint locations, transport to the finish may involve intermediate stops on route for further (potential lengthy) periods of time to the finish.

GB Ultras also reserve the right to pull any participant out of the race on health grounds.

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G2E Race Brief Video

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G2E Mandatory Kit Video

The Route

Following the River Kelvin, Sustrans Route 754, the Forth and Clyde Canal, the Union Canals, and the Water of Leith from Glasgow to Edinburgh.  Glasgow with its vibrant culture is home to 41% of Scotland’s population and Edinburgh, Scotland’s Capital, with its ‘Old Town & New Town’ and ‘Royal Mile’ a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is famed for its Castle, Holyrood, Scottish Parliament & Artur’s Seat. 

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Training Runs

In the lead up to the Race, GB Ultras Running Club organise training runs covering the entire route section by section to help build confidence and prepare runners for the upcoming race.  The cost of attending these optional organised recces is from £19.99. This is due to Event team costs incurred. You can join by clicking the button below.

Pace wise we’ll be going at a nice gentle pace ensuring all runners stay as a group with brief stops approximately every couple of miles.
Generally our training runs have high attendance and for safety reasons we’ll be imposing a limit depending on feedback. 

Please take into account weather conditions closer to the time. We recommend runners refer to the Mandatory kit section and carry sufficient food/water for the duration of each of the runs.

26 Miles

Starting point

Riverside Museum, 100 Pointhouse Rd, Glasgow G3 8RS

Finish point

Falkirk High Train Station car park, High Station Rd, Falkirk, FK1 5QX.

31 Miles

Starting point

Falkirk High Train Station car park, High Station Rd, Falkirk, FK1 5QX.

Finish point

Saughton Sports Complex, Stevenson Dr, Edinburgh EH11 3BQ. Car Sharing Required.

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