Download March Of The Vikings – Road Race A4 Poster

Download March Of The Vikings - Road Race A4 Poster

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Timahoe Heritage Festival 2019.

March of the Vikings 10 Mile Road Race.


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Race Details.

"The March of the Vikings" is a 10 Mile road race from Vicarstown to Timahoe. Follow the route the Vikings most likely took, from the Viking fort in Dunrally to Timahoe. This challenging route will be a great healthy way to start the festivities. A 5km route had also been added in the local environs of Timahoe. Both these races can be booked on the following link.

In the year 919 it is recorded that the Vikings from Dunrally Fort in Vicarstown raided the Monastic settlement in Timahoe Co Laois. Follow this 10 mile route to retrace the path taking by these Nordic Invaders who plundered the peaceful Christian settlement in Timahoe. This year we celebrate the 1100th anniversary of this event. The run will go through the scenic part of Co Laois through Stradbally and onwards to Timahoe.

Times

Saturday 1st June

9:00 AM Timahoe - Event Registration. 10:00 AM - Shuttle Bus leaves Timahoe for Vicarstown. 11:00 AM - Race Start Time 12:00 AM - Start of 5K Run/Walk. The 5 K starts and finishes in Timahoe Village. To Book Your Place in our 10 Mile Road Race, or 5K Run/Walk, please click HERE.  


Map & Directions for March of The Vikings Race - Start Point.

Booking Details.

Just follow the link below to book your place with The March of the Vikings Road Race!

The March of the Vikings 2019 - Pop Up Races

In the year 919 it is recorded that the Vikings from Dunrally Fort in Vicarstown raided the Monastic settlement in Timahoe Co Laois. Follow this 10 mile route to retrace the path taking by these Nordic Invaders who plundered the peaceful Christian settlement in Timahoe. This year we celebrate the 1100th anniversary of ...

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