The Gaelforce 10k Bray Cliff Run takes competitors from Greystones to Bray in Co Wicklow on a spring evening with stunning views over Dublin Bay. This is no ordinary trail run and the varied terrain of cliff paths, beach and promenade will keep you challenged. Finish the evening with the free event after-party with live music, food and dancing!
32.5km stand-alone sprint race through the magnificent scenery around Killary Harbour in Connemara, Co Galway. This race involves trail running, cycling and kayaking and is a perfect introductory race for those new to adventure racing or a training race for the more elite athlete. It is followed by a free after-event party so why not come and make a weekend of it! New for 2016 is the Adventure Duathlon, allowing competitors the chance to stay on dry land and opt out of the kayak section of the course.
Moonlit cycle through the deep valleys and the peace of night-time Connemara. This is a unique event where you will get to experience this magnificent area where light pollution does not exist! Let the stars guide you and enjoy the camaraderie of your fellow cyclists. Choose from two distances - 100km or 68km. Refreshment stops will be provided along the way. This is not a race but a journey and one we think you will never forget.
This is still the original and the most unique adventure race in Ireland. A 67km linear course starting at dawn on Glassilaun beach in Connemara and ending in Westport town - this is a personal journey which will see you crossing the line triumphant and with a huge sense of achievement. Cycling, running on trails, kayaking across Killary Fjord and climbing Croagh Patrick are all part of this incredible journey.
The Gaelforce 10K Kippure is the newest in the Gaelforce 10K race series. It takes competitors on a journey along the trail of Kippure mountain. This is no ordinary 10k, its a Gaelforce 10K so expect varied terrain to keep you challenged and interested. Keep up your fitness with a summer goal. If Bray is for those starting out in trail running then this is the middle ground before taking on the challengeing Howth 10K to finish the 2019 series!
With full (64km) and sprint (45km) versions this event provides a great personal challenge for all adventure racers. Gaelforce North takes competitors through some of the wildest and most remote parts of Donegal including Glenveagh National Park, Mount Errigal and finishes in the Gaeltacht village of Bunbeg. The disciplines involved are running/hill walking, cycling and kayaking and the terrain is varied throughout. New for 2016 are the full and sprint course Adventure Duathlons - same magnificent courses just without the kayak section.
Open water swimming event which takes place in the deep green waters of Killary Fjord surrounded by the mountains of Mayo and Connemara. There are 3 distances to choose from - 3.9km, 2km and 750m event to suit all those from the experienced swimmer to those new to open water swimming. The Great Fjord Swim is a unique event with swimmers in the 2km and 750m swims being brought out into the fjord by boat and jumping off to reach the start line!
The Gaelforce 10k Howth Summit takes competitors to the summit of Howth hill with stunning views over Dublin Bay. This is no ordinary 10k and the varied terrain will keep you challenged. Keep up your fitness with a mid autumn goal of this 10km!
A 10 km challenge that will test your stamina, nerve and camaraderie. Turf Warrior is the obstacle course challenge that is packed full of adventure, mud, climbing, swinging, leaps into the Atlantic and all kinds of other mayhem and madness. Free entry afterwards to the themed party at Killary Adventure Company is included for all warriors so come and make a weekend out of it!
- GAELFORCE MOUNTAIN RUN
- GAELFORCE DUBLIN
- GAELFORCE 10K BRAY CLIFF RUN
- GAELFORCE CONNEMARA
- NIGHT RIDER SPORTIF
- GAELFORCE WEST
- GAELFORCE 10K KIPPURE
- GAELFORCE NORTH
- THE GREAT FJORD SWIM
- GAELFORCE 10K HOWTH SUMMIT
- TURF WARRIOR
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