Great news! We have a confirmed date for next year’s Hampshire Hoppit, which works with the organisers and landowners. Over the next few weeks, we will open registration and update the website and advertising and give further details. But meanwhile, please reserve the date: Sunday 12 June 2022.
Since our first race in 2016, every Hoppit race has been different and faced unique challenges and obstacles, but we have always seemed to get there. This year, our biggest challenge yet, it was the pandemic. It created problemsRead more
The Go Farther Trophy is a competition to celebrate the best placed Father/Child twosome in each event and the best placed Mother/Child twosome in each event i.e. in the half marathon or in the full marathon – both family membersRead more
What Our Runners Are Saying…
This is an absolute cracker. I did it in 2018 and found it faultless and such a joyous event that I returned this year. When you have high expectations it easy to be disappointed but not so here! This race not only does the big things really well but it’s all the little extras that make it so very memorable and by far and away one of the very best events. A truly wonderful set of organisers and marshals, unrivalled scenery and goodies galore!
Top class all round a must for all trail runners.
This was my first Hoppit and it did not disappoint. What a fabulous race. I’ve met fantastic marshals on all of my races but these guys we’re outstanding; fun, welcoming, smiley and motivating. I was so surprised at all the things you got for the entrance fee, such good value for money. Definitely up there in my top 5. Recommended whole heartedly.
I have run 46 marathons - this is right up there with being one of my favourite. Organisation was second to none. Everything went like clockwork on the day and before too. This event was all about the runners and their experience and not a commercial enterprise. Every runner was issued a reusable cup so no plastic waste was produced. Fab medal, pint glass and goodie bag too. The route was outstanding with trail, tech trail, small country lanes, grass - something for everyone. Highly recommended on every level.
Absolutely brilliant race. I did the half marathon - course was challenging but not ridiculous. Spectacular views, first class marshalls and drinks/food on the way round. Also want to call out the excellent organisation overall and the race instructions - top notch all round. Would definitely recommend.
Sunday 20th June 2021 at 9am (*half marathon @ 10:00am) The Hampshire Hoppit marathon and half marathon are both trail races, i.e. predominantly off-road. They use routes that will be clearly marked and marshalled, and including local sections of famous
The village of Kingsclere is situated midway between Basingstoke and Newbury on the A339, with easy access from major networks including the M3, M4 and A34. Parking Race parking will be situated at the top of White Hill, on the
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