The Crieff 10k is an event offered under a Scottish Athletics permit. It is a multi-terrain race run over a scenic route with 220m total ascent, starting from Morrison’s Academy sports ground (Dallerie). The course goes out over Laggan Hill past the Baird Monument and back along the banks of the River Earn via Lady Mary's Walk.
Sadly, the 2020 race had to be cancelled, but the next running of the Crieff 10k is planned to take place on SUNDAY, 11 JULY 2021, subject to the COVID-19 regulations and guidelines that are in force at that time.
We look forward to seeing you on the start line this year!
Subject to COVID-19 restrictions, the following is indicative and subject to change:
Entry will be through Entry Central
Online entry will close one week before the race, or earlier if the race limit is reached. There will be no entry on the day. Race numbers should be collected from registration on the day.
Please read the full terms and conditions of entry and privacy notice before entering.
We are inviting all runners to help feed local people in crisis by bringing along an item to donate to the Crieff Foodbank. Thank you!
Runners may enter the races in Male, Female or Non-binary categories, but no prizes will be awarded for the Non-binary category or any age sub-categories within it and only Male and Female categories will be captured in results used for Scottish Athletics ranking purposes. Gender neutral toilets will be available, but we are not able to offer gender neutral changing or showering facilities.
For more information about any aspect of the race, please email Crieff10k@ strathearnharriers.org.uk (but remember to remove the space after @ which is there to stop spam).
Thanks to The Glenturret Distillery and Run & Become for supporting the race, also to Morrison's Academy who make available their excellent sports facilities at Dallerie and provide prizes for local runners.