About The Great Gorilla Run:
The Great Gorilla Run
is a chance for you to dress up as a gorilla and join hundreds of other 'gorillas' running through central London to raise money for the The Gorilla Organization
to help save the world's last remaining gorillas.
Even if you don't join in, it's really good fun to go and watch. When did you last see a gorilla running over Tower Bridge?!
Saturday 22 September 2012
Start time: 10.30am
Runners will finish in 30-40 minutes (if running) to 2 hours (if walking).
The run starts and finishes at the London Underwriting Centre
off Mincing Lane, EC3 in the City of London.
It's a nice, flat, 7 kilometer route (that's just over 4 miles) through the heart of the City of London, over the famous bridges and past some of London's major landmarks including Tower Bridge and Tate Modern.
Nearest Tube Stations:
- Tower Hill
- Mansion House
Cost for Spectators:
Cost for Runners:
All first-time runners pay a non-refundable £80 registration fee. The fee covers the cost of your gorilla costume (which you can keep afterwards), event administration, and a donation to the charity. Runners are asked to raise of minimum of £400 in sponsorship.