Beachy Head Marathon & 10K: Saturday 28 Oct 2017 - Start 9am
The Eastbourne Beachy Head Marathon is one the biggest off-road marathons in the UK. Formerly known as the Seven Sisters Marathon, it is popular for its scenic and challenging route through the South Downs National Park countryside. Great for runners, joggers or walkers looking to get fit.
The 10k run will set off just after the marathon with a route comprising of breathtaking views and challenges.
Start/Finish from Bedes School, Dukes Drive, Eastbourne BN20 7XL.
2017 ENTRIES NOW OPEN!
The challenging event, set against the stunning backdrop of the South Downs National Park, will see thousands of runners take part, and will also feature the 10k run for a consecutive fifth year!
Take advantage of great earlybird discounts now!
Marathon - 26.2 miles
Saturday 28 October will see the arrival of thousands of runners from around the world to Eastbourne for the Beachy Head Marathon, set within the stunning South Downs National Park and taking in the sights of the UK’s highest chalk sea cliff.
Introduced in 2013, the annual Beachy Head 10K also takes place on Satuday 28 October and has grown every year and become a firm favourite for 10K runners looking to experience the cross-country course and also with those looking at taking their first steps in the running world!
If you have a question regarding the Beachy Head Marathon or 10K event then the best place to look is our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's) section as this has answers to many questions already asked by entrants and so we hope you find it useful.
Beachy Head Marathon & 10K Race Information
Whether you are looking for an iconic personal challenge or raising money for charity, you can look no further than the Beachy Head Marthon & 10K.
The marathon covers a 26.2 mile course that includes over 300 steps and 14 gates, passing through Jevington, Alfriston, Litlington, Friston Forest, the Cuckmere Valley and Seven Sisters, including Birling Gap and Beachy Head. Whilst the 10K event takes a shorter looping route across the Downs to Belle Tout and back.