Some Marathon Events Held in Argyll in September

Some Marathon Events Held in Argyll in September

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Argyll is great and beautiful place in Scotland. This place and areas around this are so perfect to spend holidays for several days, and even weeks. It is very possible to do some activities. In this September, Argyll has provided some great events for all people coming to Argyll. Those who love to explore the beauty of Argyll while doing exercises and soaked in sweat, they can join some marathons events held in several places in Argyll.

Kyle 100 Miles is one of the event. This event will be held in Secret Coast, Argyll. As its name, this coast has secret hidden and people can find its hidden beauty by joining the marathon or long urn event. This event is open for everyone who wants to join. They only need to register at and they will be able to take part in this great way of enjoying the Secret Coast in Argyll. This is open for veterans and newbies or novices. The track is absolutely great. Various landscape, beach, and woodland can be great things to enjoy and these will make them forget that they are running out of stamina.

Some Marathon Events Held in Argyll in September

Then, there is also Islay Marathon. As its name, this marathon will be held in Islay Island. Hebridean island of Islay is the great place to enjoy the beauty of nature. The marathon itself is famous for its awesome view all along the marathon routes. Participants of this marathon can get chance to enjoy the beautiful view. This will be started at 7.30 in the morning on 9th of September 2018. Its starting point is in Portnahaven and its finish line will be at Ramsay Hall, located in Port Ellen. This will be great experiences. There are also options for participants. If the full marathon may be too much, they can take some parts of the route only, so they do not need to force their body and stamina.

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