On The Day

Registration
We encourage you to register before the event however a limited amount of places will be available for on-the-day registration.
There will be important welcome and safety briefings for all participants that will cover safety, the latest weather forecast, logistical considerations and other general important information.
Please Note: You will receive information via email prior to the event. 
Please keep an eye on the page for further updates
Guide Maps
Please click below to download the route guide maps:
1. Outward Leg
2. Return Leg
Safety Advice
Please click here to download safety advice for Route 66.
Getting to the Start
The start line will be at Portadown Health Centre
There is a train station at Portadown.
Alternatively from Belfast by car take the Craigavon (Armagh) junction on the M1 and follow signs to Portadown.
This event is being sponsored by:

Craigavon Branch

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