Sunday 20 September 2015
Unleash the animal in you for the most unique 10k run in London! Whether you want to sprint, stomp or slither, the ZSL London Zoo Stampede event will provide runners of all abilities with an unforgettable experience. Race past some of the world’s most amazing animals, including western lowland gorillas and a mob of meerkats, before entering royal Regent's Park.
Ballygowan Natural Mineral Water is the proud sponsor of the ZSL London and Whipsnade Zoo Stampedes
|ZSL Member||Affiliated Member||Non Affiliated Member|
|Minimum Fundraising Pledge||£50||£50||£50|
Please read through the Terms and Conditions before siging up.
If you would prefer to register online for the London Zoo Stampede, please download and complete the
and return it to Amy Salmon, Development Department, Zoological Society of London, Regents Park, London, NW1 4RY.
What do I need to know?
The ZSL London Zoo Stampede starts at 9:30am. Further details of entry into the zoo will be sent closer to the date of the event to all runners. All registration fees include entry into the zoo after the event has taken place, a commemorative medal and goodie bag. There will also be prizes for the 1st, 2nd and 3rd male and females and first team (of 3 people). We ask all runners to refrain from wearing complete animal costumes. Car parking is not included in your entry fee. PLEASE NOTE that we are unable to accept running buggies into the event due to H&S reasons. To view a provisional route of the London Stampede, please download the map here:
Fundraise for us!
We are appealing to every runner to pledge to raise just £50. If every runner who take parts in the London Stampede raised just £50, this would raise a staggering £50,000 which would be an incredible achievement towards our work with Lions.
All funds raised from the ZSL London Zoo Stampede event will go towards our Asiatic Lions campaign. ZSL is working with the Wildlife Institute of India and Gurajet Forest to safeguard the future of the Asiatic Lions population.
Asiatic Lions survive only in the Gir Forest in Western India but this tiny isolated population is vulnerable to natural disasters and disease. The lions share the Gir Forest protected area with over 15,000 people who use the land to graze cattle. With just over 500 left in the wild, you will be supporting the urgent conservation work needed to ensure the future of Asiatic Lions in India and create a stunning home for ZSL London Zoo’s Asiatic Lions which will inspire commitment from all who visit.
Once you have registered for the ZSL London Stampede, you can start fundraising straight away! Set up your personal fundraising page here and we will support you every step of the way!
If you haven’t been able to convince your friends and family to run alongside you, we welcome them to ZSL London Zoo to show their support to you. All Friends and family that come to the zoo to show their support to you will be able to purchase their zoo tickets with a 10% discount. Every runner will have been sent a discount code at the point of registration. Please obtain this code from them in order to proceed with the discounted ticket. Tickets can be purchased at ZSL London Zoo Tickets. Once at this page, please proceed to buying the ZSL London Zoo standard tickets (Not the Fast Track as this gate will be closed during the event).
- This offer is only valid until the day of the event
- Limited access will be given around the zoo until 10am when the zoo opens as usual to the public
- Spectators will have access to specific viewing areas only for the event within London Zoo
- Usual ZSL Member apply to this event
- Car parking is not included
- Tickets Purchased on the day will not be eligible for the 10% discount
- No re-admittance will be granted to spectators/zoo visitors once they leave the site
- If you are purchasing multiple zoo tickets, please ensure you arrive together.
Please note the registration will close at 5pm on Saturday 19th September
Race past some of the world’s most amazing animals, including western lowland gorillas and a mob of meerkats, before entering royal Regent's Park.