Asda Foundation Derby Half Marathon
Organised by Run For All for the first time in 2018, the Asda Foundation Derby Half Marathon – formerly known as the Ramathon - proved to be a welcome addition to Run For All’s events calendar, attracting thousands of runners and raising tens of thousands of pounds for good causes.
Run in the Derby Half Marathon for YHA and help transform young lives forever.
What makes it special
- Run the Derby Half Marathon for YHA
- Transform young lives
Race date: 7th June 2020
Registration deadline: May 2020
Fundraising target: £100
Other things to do nearby
There's something for all thrill seekers and families at Alton Towers, with tons of terrific (and terrifying!) rides and amazing live shows. Plus, there's CBeebies Land for the little ones.
Ashbourne has remained largely unchanged since the 18th century, with it's Medieval street pattern and historic buildings.
The White Peak offers climbing for all abilities. Popular sites include Dove Dale, the Manifold Valley and the famous Thors Cave - which boasts brilliant crags and bouldering.
Raven's Tor in Dovedale offers superb crack and face climbing on solid rock, all in a beautiful setting above the river.
Cratcliffe Tor provides some of the area's most popular grit-stone climbs.
Converted former railway lines, such as the Tissington, High Peak and the Manifold Trails offer great routes for cycling.
A circular route taking in stunning Lathkill Dale can be tailored to your walking level.
Travel to Carsington Water for their gently undulating eight mile off-road trail around the reservoir, or take on one of the 'Dark Peak' routes for a full day of challenging mountain biking.
The nearby Tissington Trail winds its way gently through beautiful White Peak countryside. Take the opportunity to visit historic Tissington village with its stately home, duck-pond and tearooms.
The River Derwent at Matlock hosts a grade 2 rapids course, with 35 permanent slalom gates in place and floodlights for darker evenings. Contact Matlock Canoe Club for details.
Kedleston Hall was designed to be different. Take a trip back to the 1760s to chart the creation of a unique house and park.
Visit Britain’s newest reservoir and explore the trails through spectacular scenery. It offers a lovely day out for all the family with a children's play area, visitor centre, watersport centre
This remarkable medieval house is surrounded by Elizabethan gardens and set in the rolling countryside of the Peak District.
Ride the rapids on the 700m white water course or simply laze away an hour or two boating on the lake - great fun for everyone!
Rising from the valley floor, the cable cars give you stunning views of the Derwent Valley and surrounding Peak District.
One of the most popular circular walks will take you down the valley into Milldale where you can visit the characterful shop/café.