Welcome to the 40th edition of the Windsor Half Marathon!
Set in 4800 acres of sweeping parkland and award-winning gardens and with over 6500 entries every year, the Windsor Half Marathon is one of the UK's most prestigious and longest-established half-marathons.
You are invited to come and join this special occasion and enjoy the pleasures of running in the grounds of Windsor Castle - the oldest continuously occupied palace in the world!
The start and finish are within the confines of the Deer Park and seeing the deer is a beautiful sight to behold as you run along.
2024 timings to be confirmed.
Windsor Great Park
Please allow at least 1 hour on top of anticipated journey time.
Join M4 and travel westbound to J10. Take A329M to Bracknell.
At Twin Bridges roundabout continue on to the A329 signposted to Ascot.
At Heatherwood Hospital roundabout (near racecourse) turn left onto A332 towards Windsor.
The route will be AA signposted - from the West, Leave M4 at J10 and follow directions as above.
Leave M3 at J3 and follow A322 towards Bracknell.
At first major roundabout, get in offside lane and take A332 to Ascot.
At Heatherwood Hospital roundabout (near the racecourse) continue on A332 towards Windsor. The route will be AA signposted.
These routes have been pre-planned in consultation with the Police in order to alleviate traffic congestion. Your co-operation is greatly appreciated. Please exit by the same route.
Leave M4 at J6 towards Windsor then follow AA sign for Windsor Half Marathon.
Over 4000 cars can be accommodated on race day. You'll receive detailed notes in your information booklet.
Change at Slough for Windsor & Eton (Central).
To Windsor (Riverside) via Staines. On leaving stations walk up High Street into Park Street to the castle gates, then down the Long Walk to the start (about one mile).
There will be waste zones after each drinks station on both sides of the road to help try and keep Windsor Great Park clean and tody.