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Bog Stomp 2017

Online entry is open now! Sign up for the 10k off road hill run around Inverclyde, back on Sunday 3rd September!

The Bog Stomp is a 10k off road hill run across the bonnie inclines of upper Inverclyde! First held in 2016, the event attracted over 70 runners who left Clyde Muirshiel’s Greenock Cut Visitor Centre and enjoyed some challenging terrain and the fabulous backdrop of views down the River Clyde.

Spread the word with your friends and get a team entry going. The event photos are always better if you have someone to pose/share the achievement with!

If you would like to fundraise for Erskine, (minimum sponsorship of £50) entry is HALF PRICE – £10. First, contact for your PROMO code and sponsorship/fundraising info and then enter online above using the code at checkout.

Included in the £20 entry fee is a £5 donation to Erskine plus event goodie bag with exclusively designed medal and tshirt.

The Start and Finish line is at Greenock Cut Visitor Centre, Loch Thom, Near Inverkip, Inverclyde PA16 9LX. The run will start at 10am with waves of runners, exact timing between waves tbc. Waves will be allocated at registration on a first come first served basis.

The route starts with a steep climb up Dunrod Hill and then undulates over grassy moorland, trails/gravel tracks and returns via the service track alongside Scroggy Bank and Compensation Reservoir. Exact route tbc but will be very similar to last year’s here.

The Cafe will be open early doors to keep runners warm and to buy any last minute snacks or drinks. There is parking on site but it is limited so we recommend car sharing with other participants if possible.

See photos from last year’s event here and JOIN the facebook event to meet the other participants! Now, go look out your trainers and start training!



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Bog Stomp£20.00

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September 3
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Rangers Greenock Cut
01475 521 458


Greenock Cut

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