The Waseley Wobbler started life as the North Worcestershire Hill Race in the early 1980's as a mammoth 15 miler extending from Waseley Hills Country Park out to the Clent Hills and back. It has since been reduced firstly to 10 miles and now to its present 8 mile format.
Runners World reviewers describe it as "challenging", "awesome", "scenic", "the perfect multi-terrain run", "bracing racing", "the CV workout of a lifetime", "mostly uphill", plus many mentions of "cake".
The Waseley Wobbler is organised by Bromsgrove and Redditch Athletic Club who are experienced in putting on successful road races.
The race starts and finishes at Waseley Hills High School, adjacent to the Country Park. It follows a challenging but picturesque route, looping round Waseley Hills Country Park before climbing through the woods towards the Lickey Hills then returning to the top of Waseley and back to the finish for a well earned medal and slice of home made cake.
The course includes 4 major climbs in 8 country miles. But the views from the top are worth it. It is a serious undertaking but is suitable for runners who have completed 10k races and are looking for a new challenge.
Part of the route is on road making it suitable for trail shoes but not spikes.
Date and Time
The 2017 race was on Sunday 17th September starting at 10:30am. The date for 2018 hasn't yet been chosen.
Runners can enter online or by post
We have traditionally provided 1 water station on the course which runners pass just before halfway.
There is free parking at Waseley Hills High School. There are toilets, changing facilities and showers. Runners should leave their bags in their car as there is no secure baggage area. Medical cover will be in attendance.
All entrants must be 17 or over on race day.
Waseley Hills High School, Rubery, Birmingham, B45 9EL
Previous years' results are available by clicking here
Read what other runners think of the race by clicking here.
For a selection of pictures for past races click here.
Personal music players are not permitted to be worn during the race and organisers reserve the right to disqualify any runners breaching this rule. Runners must be able to hear marshals instructions at all time. In addition some parts of the course are narrow and runners need to be able to hear the calls of faster runners wishing to pass.
Runners enter at their own risk and the organisers will not be responsible for any loss or injury that may occur.
If you have any further questions, please phone Rob Mole on 07798858524.