Travelling to Ooty for the Go Heritage Run in 2015 was an exciting experience, mainly because it was also her first marathon, writes Shubhra. Did you run in Ooty at the GHR? What was your experience?Read more
Ooty’s association with the Parsis goes back to 1800s. More recently, the late Field Marshall, Sam Manekshaw also has a connection with this historic town.Read more
Many know Ooty as a holiday destination and a summer retreat. We are frequently questioned on the heritage aspect in Ooty. But did you know that Ooty is home to one of India’s 32 World Heritage Sites?Read more
A lot of tourists come to Ooty every year. Most go for pleasure. But some go for a free heritage treat traveling on the Nilgiri Mountain Railway. Here’s an account by Ravi, one such enthusiast.Read more
We’ve just launched registrations for our next Go Heritage Run – we’re returning to the lovely hills of Ooty. On Sunday, the 29th of May 2016, expect to run through the historic Lawrence School and its grounds and meadows, and past the Niligri Mountain Railway.Read more
Bugs Bunny in Ooty
Bugs Bunny loves the greenery.
Bugs Bunny runs the Go Heritage Run.
Bugs Bunny Happy
Ooty Press coverage captures some of the moments and the enthusiastic response at the Go Heritage Run – Ooty in local newspapers.Read more
Testimonials and feedback from some of the runners who participated in Go Heritage Run – Ooty. Now we know whyRead more
Ooty has something for everybody – tea connoisseurs, trekkers, tourists and railway enthusiasts. And runners too, we guessed, when weRead more
Thanks to all the runners who came out in large numbers to the Go Heritage Run – Ooty. We hadRead more