The Full MontyCute Trail Race

About the Race


The Full Montycute 10 Race 1st December 2019

Entries are now closed as we have now hit the entry limit for the 2019 event.

 The Full Montycute '10'  is a tough 10.2  miles off road trail race with 10 hills based at Ham Hill Country Park Near Yeovil South Somerset.


Entries for the race will become available at the beginning of June 2019. Entry forms will be available on this site or via FullonSport registration. The event has a 250 runners race limit and is usually full by the end of September.


 Some info from the 2016 event

18th Full Monty Cute 2016 Sunday December 4th 2016

Over for another year (2016) Day started with -2 degree temperatures rising to 4 or 5 in the Sunshine. Thanks again to the Rangers at the Ham Hill Centre for hosting us (SSDC) without them we could not organise this race. And of course the 50 odd club members, friends etc. etc. who organise this event and spend hours stood around in some cold spots on route but always with a smile for you the runners. Hope to see you all again on Sunday 3rd December 2017.(19th year)

See Results Tab for copy of results.

Copy of email from Bridget and Tess who had the Help 4 Heroes charity Cake stall:

Hi Martin,
 Please pass on a huge thank you to all runners,  organisers and
 families at this years Full Monty race for their support and generosity.
 The Help 4  Heroes cake sale raised a fantastic £281.89, far more
 than last year. All the cakes are donated so every penny will be sent to
 Thank you all so much.
 Kind regards,

 Bridget & Tess

Hope you all enjoyed the 'Little Box of Delights' hot food and drink caterers this year.

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See link below to some photos taken at our event by professional photographer Charlie Whitton;

Hi martin,

 many thanks
 for letting us cover the above event - the photos from the event are



Other links to pictures an video of previous races

A Great You Tube video diary of the race from one competitor (2014). The mud is not usually as deep as this in the High Wood, honestly. 

And 3 from this year (2015)