Baildon Boundary Way

Baildon's own Trail Half Marathon, encompassing some challenging terrain around our beautiful town. The 26th annual Baildon Boundary Way will take place on the 1st November 2020.  This year, we are excited to have Racebest and EvenSplits on board to make our iconic race chip timed and Covid Secure.  We thank everyone for your patience and enthusiasm to help us go ahead with our beloved race.

The link for the race is and has sold out for 2020. The results will be posted here shortly after the race completes.

Race Numbers will be posted out roughly 1 week before the race.  Each runner will be allocated a start wave time that will be printed on your number, and you will need to come to Baildon Rugby club to be formed into the starting groups. 


The RACE HQ site will have socially distanced toilets, plenty of hand gel and friendly marshals to guide you, but we are unable to use the indoor facilities such as the changing rooms, showers and club house.  

Entrants - Please bring your own water for the race.  We will be supplying bottles of water at the finish. 


Please keep an eye on your emails for updates relating to Race Day and our Covid safety protocols.



We are based at the Baildon Rugby & Cricket Sports Club on Jenny Lane, Baildon. 

We meet on Thursdays at 7pm at the cricket pavilion for our main club run.  The routes are planned so we all meet back at the sports club at approximately the same time.  Showers are available in the cricket pavilion and afterwards we unwind with a few drinks and food in the bar.

We train on Saturdays at 10am at Titus Salt School car park, Higher Coach Road - for beginners and Improvers

We also train on Tuesdays at 6.30pm, meeting at the car park on Jenny Lane. Our sessions include speed work, circuits, hill reps, track work at UAK on the first Tuesday of the month and more!e Meeting



​​​​©  2019 Baildon Runners     ​​​​© Photos by Col Morley and others


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