16th March 2024
Pennine Bridleway PB18km & PB55km Trail Run
Post Date: 16 Mar 2024
Low-key, great-value, big-enjoyment, trail running from established local organiser, Ranger Expeditions & Ultras.
16th March 2024
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
For the Ranger Ultras’ PB18 & PB55 you choose the pace:
An enjoyable run in the company of friends. Or go for speed and feel the challenge as you try and set a best personal best or overall race time of the day.
There are flexible start windows for you to choose from. We welcome walk-jog participants with generous cut-off times.
The Course: Pennine Bridleway south from historic Hayfield village, out and back.
The course is a combination of well-defined fast trails, challenging ascents and superb Peak District scenery.
Self-navigating, but straightforward route finding with official Pennine Bridleway finger posts to help you along the way.
Both distances are a great opportunity for runners new to off-road, as well as a great trail challenge for experienced athletes.
Total ascent: PB18km = 806 metres / PB55km = 1711 metres.
Race HQ includes our usual refreshments and hospitality on arrival and finish celebrations.
We will also have our Ranger Ultras’ Safety Team support at HQ, and on-course sweep runners who are happy to guide you.
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