Achieve the century distance as a team and celebrate together!

Teams of up to 4 (you can have less and run more!) will total the 100(ish!) mile distance, through forests, stunning coastline trails, up hills and over the sandy beaches.

BUT the good news is this does not mean you each run a marathon and hand over to the next team mate. We are mixing it up so everyone can take part, and not just you ultra dafties!

The race will be divided into 12 sections, where handovers will be at specific checkpoints. Each team chooses who runs each leg, as long as each runner does at least 3 legs (more if your team has less than 4 members!). You can do this by drawing straws, putting names in a hat, or having big arguments, just as long as you have it confirmed. You ARE able to change these prior to race day, provided you let us know!

Race Details

Date: Saturday 22nd June 2024
Time: 11am
Cutoff: 24 hours
Team Entry Limit: 100
Price: £200

Who can take part?

We now want EVERYONE to feel part of the Moray Way 100! Provided you are over 16 and have friends, you’re in!

Note that there will be some night running involved for some people in the team, so choose your legs wisely!

Where is it?

The route will start and finish in Forres and go along the Moray Coastal Trail, onto the Speyside Way and a sprint downhill finish along the Dava Way to total the 100 mile distance.

Full route and GPX files can be found below.

The Route:

This route starts in the town centre of Forres, taking you to the beach to join the Moray Coastal Trail to Spey Bay, joining the Speyside Way down to Grantown-on-Spey, before turning back up to Forres via the stunning Dava Way.

Relay Categories:

What you can’t change is your categories! There will be 4 categories, and 3 divisions within each category, totaling 12 chances to win!

– All Men
– All Women
– Mixed (2 or more women)

– Open (1 or more <40 years of age) – Masters (everyone >40 years of age)
– Corporate (2 or more are employed by the company being represented)
– Military/Public Service (2 or more work in this sector eg RAF or the police)
– All you need is some run fitness (the minimum distance you can run is 18km in the 24 hour cut off!), a couple of friends or co-workers and checkpoint/finish line banter!

Throughout Moray Speyside