The Course


A 2.5 km looped circuit which weaves its way up and down through the mature hilly ELIM grounds past many rare trees, under a small pedestrian bridge, past the folly that Lord Baden Powell used to sleep in, past the estate football pitches, around a small hill, down a ravine, through an ancient grove of Cyprus tress and past the ELIM amphitheatre. The path will be narrow at times and the ground will be uneven and potentially slippery with a mixture of grass, gravel and possibly mud.

The grounds team for the ELIM estate work hard to prepare the course each year laying down wood chips and signing and taping the various turns and ups and downs. It is a fun cross country experience.