Helsingborg Half Marathon 21 097,5 meter

Feel the passion – every step, every meter

Helsingborg Half Marathon is the newcomer. The race which opens up the road to one of Helsingborgs most upcoming city districts, Söder. The race starts in the heart of Helsingborg and will take you 21 097,5 meters along the ocean, through nature reserves and has a finish on the boardwalk. This beautiful city will welcome you with open arms and guide you every step of the way. We run this town!

Entry fee

595 SEK/runner


5 September 2020 at 09:30 a.m.


The registration is open till August 23

Helsingborg Half marathon – a half marathon with extra of everything

Service before the race

Test run of the course
Runner t-shirt from New Balance
Offer from Löplabbet

Service during the race

Pacers with finish times on 1:30 – 2:10
Sportdrink from Maurten
14 water and energystations
Livetracking and livestream on the web
Taxi to the finish area with Taxi-tjänst

Service after the race

Real gold-plated medal
Free busses with Skånetrafiken
Sauna & shower at Kallis Helsingborg
Ramlösa, fruits (Bama), chocolate (Chocolatte), licorice (Lakritsfabriken) och much more.
Thousands images from the race
Personal digital diploma

Set new goals that really make a difference!

Run Helsingborg Half Marathon for Erikshjälpen and help to give more girls in East Africa the opportunity to go to school.

Erikshjälpen is a children’s rights organization that is fighting for children living in poverty and vulnerability to have a better life – both now and in the future. Work is ongoing in 17 countries, including Sweden, together with some 70 local partner organizations and focusing on children’s right to education, health, safety, protection and leisure.

As a charity runner, you are involved in helping more girls in Kenya get the opportunity to attend school. Education reduces child marriage, girls dare to stand up for themselves and dare to dream of a future – in a society where they are taken seriously.

You can run as a charity runner during the Helsingborg Half Marathon at an increased fee of SEK 405. We at Helsingborg Marathon will add an additional SEK 100 for each charity runner.

As a thank you, all charity runners will receive a specially designed t-shirt as proof of their commitment.

The Helsingborg Half Marathon course

On the map below you can see the marathon course and where to find start, finish, split times and fluid stations. You can also find cafés, toilets, attractions, parking and last but not least the City district party, where associations and individuals organises fun activities along the course.

Course information Helsingborg Marathon

Since 2014 we’ve had a dream about a half marathon. With one ambition – that the course will take the runners through the city district Söder. The start of the race is the same as the marathon and the relay outside of Dunkers Kulturhus. The course includes 2 unique kilometers for the half marathon before connecting to the marathon course at Kärnan. The runners and the audience get to experience historical Gustav Adolfs Square, medieval castle Kärnan, Pålsjö forest and Sofiero. After a finish along the ocean the runners get to celebrate their achievement facing the beautiful Öresund before they continue to the event area which contains activities for family, friends and supporters. The course has about 170 meters in altitude difference with a hill up to Kärnan after 3 kilometers and a long descent towards the ocean after 18 kilometers. The half marathon has a varying surface but mostly asphalt.

The idea of a Half Marathon has been a dream far away. But not anymore, in 2018 the Helsingborg Half Marathon had its premiere.

Length: 21 097,5 meters

Altitude difference: ca 170 meters (total, up and down)

Surface: Around 80% asphalt, 10% gravel, 9% trail, 1% other

Highlights: City, Stadsparken, Gustav Adolfs Square, Kärnan, Maria Park, Pålsjö castle, Sofiero castle, The boardwalk

Watch the course video here.

Elevation profile for the Helsingborg Half Marathon course

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