The 13.1 mile race will start and finish in Bristol's historic Harbourside. The scenic, sea-level route will take runners past the Harbourside, out and back along the Portway, through the stunning Avon Gorge, and pass twice under Brunel’s famous Clifton Suspension Bridge, along Cumberland Road then around the old city before returning to Anchor Road.
The course is a point-to-point loop, so lead runners will not lap slower participants. The Portway section at the beginning of the course spreads runners out early in the race. A narrow Start area and the two wave start are also designed to reduce congestion.
We don’t charge a registration fee for one of our charity places in the Bristol Half Marathon, but in return for a place we ask you to raise a minimum sponsorship of £175.
If you’ve already got your own place in the Bristol Half Marathon 2014 and would like to join our team request your running pack.