The Glencoe Marathon Gathering taking place on Sunday 8th September in Scotland incorporates three fantastic challenges - the Glencoe Marathon, the Mamores Half Marathon and the Glen Nevis 10K.

The Marathon is a tough 26.2 mile off-road race with a total ascent of 1,608 metres offering runners fantastic views of the stunning Scottish Highlands at every turn. Beginning in the village of Glencoe the route is split into two parts, both of which start near sea level, climb to a peak and then descend back down again.

The route includes a climb of The Devil’s Staircase up to a height of 548 metres followed by a descent to Kinlochleven where the Mamores Half Marathon joins with runners finishing together at the Event Hub in Glen Nevis, under the shadow of the mighty Ben Nevis. 

Charity Place Registration

The Cure Parkinson’s Trust (CPT) is delighted to be offering FREE charity places for both the Glencoe Marathon and Mamores Half Marathon. To register your interest in a 2019 charity place, please contact Julia who will respond with a unique redemption code allowing you to book your free place. We ask for a minimum sponsorship target of £375 for the Marathon and £225 for the Mamores Half Marathon (excluding Gift Aid).

Please note participants must be 18 or over on the day of the event to take part in the Glencoe Marathon or Mamores Half Marathon.

Running for CPT

We truly appreciate the effort all of our runners put into fundraising for us. In return we will provide:

  • A CPT running vest (made from breathable fabric) and a wristband.
  • CPT fundraising materials including: collection buckets, posters and balloons to help you with any fundraising events you might have alongside your challenge. 
  • You will be supported by a dedicated member of our team who will be on hand to offer you friendly and efficient support, by phone and e-mail, to help with any questions you may have.
  • The reassurance that the money you raise will be directed towards research in to treatments that have the potential to slow, stop and reverse Parkinson’s.


For more information about the event including training tips please visit the Glencoe Marathon Gathering website or contact Julia.