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‘The Beast’ returns to Nessie’s stomping grounds this August

Turn mud into cash for Chest, Heart & Stroke Scotland while testing your own stamina on the shores of Loch Ness

The Beast Race will be returning to Loch Ness later this summer, with a route full of obstacles and tough Scottish terrain set to test runners to the max.

Scotland’s ‘beastliest’ obstacle race will be held on Saturday, 28 August, in the beautiful grounds of Aldourie Castle.

The 10km-long route along the banks, beaches and forest trails of Loch Ness will feature mega obstacles, giant water slides, icy loch water, thick mud and swamp crossings – all working together to create the ultimate team or solo challenge.  

The Beast’s official charity partner, Chest, Heart & Stroke Scotland is currently offering free pledge places to runners who agree to raise a minimum of £100 for the charity. How runners tackle the challenges posed by ‘Ropey McRopeface’, ‘Mud Sucker’, ‘Big Boy’ and ‘Beast Bog’ will be up to them.

With funds raised from the Beast Race, CHSS will provide vital services to the one in five people in Scotland living with the effects of chest, heart and stroke conditions. By choosing to support CHSS either by taking a pledge place or raising funds independently, runners can help people across Scotland take back their lives, regain their confidence and live life to the full.

Pledge places for ‘CHSS Beast Runners’ are also available for the Banchory, Aberdeenshire edition of the Beast Race, set to be held on Sunday, 25 September.   
  

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