The Półmaraton Henrykowski is a half marathon race held annually since 2012 in the Lower Silesia Province in Poland.

The route begins and ends in the village of Henryków which has been named after Duke Henry the Bearded who in the year 1222 authorized the founding of an enormous Cistercian abbey in the village, the Klasztor Henryków.

Starting and finishing at the monastery, the route is a scenic and challenging loop (214 metres of ascent) through farmland, woods and the little village of Muszkowice. The race is run on a mix of asphalt and gravel roads.

In addition to the half marathon, the event offers a 10k race and a 10k nordic walking (136 metres of ascent).


Map of the venue:


13. Półmaraton Henrykowski:


  • 27 April 2024 (Saturday)

Event website:


Number of finishers:

  10km 21.1km
2023 107 105
2022 87 117
2021 100 111
2020 157 239
2019 113 114
2018 95 190


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