The Glen Ogle 33 Ultra is an ultra marathon held every November in Perthshire. The race starts and finishes in Killin and takes in some stunning scenery which sees runners crossing the Glen Ogle viaduct before running down towards Lochearnhead.
Since it was first held in 2011, the race has quickly become one of the most popular ultras in Scotland and every year sees a lot of runners deciding to pop their ultra cherry.
Due to the time of year and its location, the route isn’t overly technical which means we can run it safely and runners don’t need to worry about being able to navigate or going for long stretches without seeing any other runners or marshals.
On the Saturday night after the race there will be a ceilidh and prize giving held in the Killin village hall.
All ticket sales and raffle proceeds will go to the Killin Cancer Research UK fundraising group who will also be on hand after the race to sell tea and the most amazing cakes!
The next Glen Ogle 33 takes place on Saturday the 3rd of November 2018.