- Save the Date
The next Stonehenge Stomp will be held on Sunday 26th January 2020 starting & finishing at the Amesbury Sports Centre.
- Stonehenge Stomp Timetable
Not long to go now before the CoSARC Stonehenge Stomp is under way. Please find the following timings and useful information: Registration Registration will be open from 0730 Please allow yourself time to register in before your planned start time. You will be given a Pink checkpoint card which you will need to get stamped at each checkpoint on your route. If the weather is wet, we advise you keep your Pink card within a plastic wallet. Start Stomping at: Walkers can set off from: 40k 0800-0930 30k 0830-1000 20k 0830-1030 10k and 5k 0900-1030 Runners can […]
- Runner Information
Important Infomation for Runners We are very much looking forward to welcoming lots of walkers and runners to the Stonehenge Stomp on Sunday 27th January! There will be entries on the day – cash or cheque only please. A few handy tips for the day if you are running: RUNNERS – PLEASE DO NOT SET OFF ON YOUR RUN BEFORE 09:15 HOURS as the checkpoints will not be open. You will not be timed and no results are collated or published. This is not a race and this event does not have a fixed start time; please do not all […]
- Wombling in 2019
For those who want to make a weekend of it, Amesbury Walkers will be organising their Woodhenge Womble on the Saturday before the CoSARC Stonehenge Stomp – so why not Womble on Saturday (26 January) and Stomp on the Sunday?! The Woodhenge Womble has traditionally been held on the Saturday of the Stomp weekend, the 10k route taking in Woodhenge and Durrington Walls, which are part of the Stonehenge World Heritage Site. The Womble is an ideal event for people to meet up if they are staying in the area for the weekend – and it’ll loosened the legs for the Stomp […]
- Doggy Friends
Here at the Stonehenge Stomp we welcome your four-legged friends in joining you for your Stonehenge Stomp. There will be water drinking bowls provided outside and possibly some doggy treats at various drink stations on the routes so keep an eye for those. We kindly ask that you do not enter the Leisure Centre with muddy footwear or dirty paws! Apart from guide dogs, dogs are NOT allowed in areas serving food or drink.
- Stonehenge Stomp Routes
NEW FOR 2019: 5K route, mostly on tarmac, through the centre of Amesbury. Click Here for more info 10K – Part road and part trail with approximately 350 feet of ascent. Incorporating West Amesbury, New King Barrows & Old King Barrows. 20K – Mostly on trail with approximately 650 feet of ascent. Incorporating West Amesbury, Normanton Down & Stonehenge. With views of the Stones on several occasions on the route. 30K – Mostly on trail with approximately 1,000 feet of ascent. Incorporating West Amesbury, Lake, Great Durnford, Upper Woodford, Druid’s Lodge & Stonehenge. With views of the Stones on several […]
Once again, we are grateful to The Stonehenge School for the loan of their carpark, which is adjacent to Amesbury Sports Centre (SP4 7NT) and has room for about 80 cars (parking is free). In addition, there are also a few spaces to the right of the centre. If the car park is full when you arrive, please park considerately in the roads near the start, taking care not to block any of the residents’ driveways. We are expecting a high number of walkers and runners to join us for the 31st Stonehenge Stomp, so do, please, car share […]
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