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The Salomon Festival is back for 2021!

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That’s right, The Salomon Festival is back! After months of lockdown we can start to get things booked into our diaries again. The 7th August 2021, Tring, The Chilterns, a new location which is super accessible from London and surrounding counties. The festival brings together running and hiking events in an attempt to bring people back together again.

The Salomon Festival

Escape urban life, connect with nature and enjoy a full day of running and outdoor activities. Covid restrictions may be added to this event in line with government guidelines – participants will be updated on the latest guidance.

  • Timed 5km, 10km and 20km runs
  • Guided 1 and 2 hour hikes
  • Test new Salomon product
  • Trail running and outdoor skills workshops
  • Talks on techniques, where to run and hike, communities to join
  • Talks on kit, nutrition and fitness 
  • Yoga classes
  • Live Music
  • Salomon tv cinema
  • Food and drink stands

All Access Tickets cost £30 which includes all the activities you wish to join in with or £15 for Festival Village Access Tickets cost £15 and include all activity within the village grounds.  Under 16’s go free. Parking is free, for your sat nav, use HP23 5RS to find directions to the festival village.

The Salomon Festival

The nearest train station to the festival village is Tring and offers direct services to and from London. The station is a 5-10 minute walk to the festival village. Bus operators also stop at Tring Railway Station and opposite the pond in Aldbury.

You can visit the Salomon Festival website here.

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