- Date: Sunday 24 October 2021
- Location: Stirling
- Registration fee: £33-£56, paid direct to organisers
- Target sponsorship: n/a
A run through history… from Stewart kings to the American War of Independence.
You start and finish your 26.2mile journey at The Kings Park, the nation’s oldest Royal Park. Before a mile has gone you skirt the 17th Century monumental gardens of The King’s Knot, which were in place for the Scottish coronation of Charles 1 in 1633.
By mile 20 you enter the stunning grounds of the University of Stirling with the Wallace Monument towering above. The 150-year-old monument stands tribute to the patriot, martyr, and Guardian of Scotland and overlooks the site of the Battle of Stirling Bridge, which Mel Gibson recreated in Braveheart.
Then it is the last leg of your journey, towards the castle, towards the finishing line at The Kings Park, where you can make your own bit of personal marathon running history.
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For any questions regarding race details including routes, times, running numbers and directions please visit the Stirling Scottish Marathon website.