The third race in the Montane Trail Tour is the Howgills Trail 13 & 26, half and full marathon course. The event is based in Sedbergh and the course passes through the Howgill Fells, part of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. It’s a picturesque setting, but the course has real ‘bite’ with some serious climbing in the first 6 miles for both half and full marathon courses. The paths are grassy and not technical or rocky underfoot, but you’ll be working hard to summit ‘Winder’, ‘Arant Haw’, ‘Calder’ and eventually ‘The Calf’. The half marathon route heads East and descents Cautley Spout waterfall, whilst the marathon continues to the half way stop at Ravenstonedale. Both courses return along the Eastern edge of the Howgills, before a real ‘sting in the tail’ in the final miles. It’s stunning, quiet and scenic, but not for the faint hearted. Come and join us for a wonderful day out in the Howgills, bring the family, there’s a free Trail Kidz 1k, so start them young!
Location, Date & Time
Sedbergh People’s Hall, LA10 5DQ
Sunday 10th May 2020
How much to enter:
The cost to enter the half marathon is £30 and for the full marathon £35. You must be 16 years of age on the day of the race. The entry fee includes a technical race shirt, bespoke finishers medal and free photographs downloadable from facebook. Entries close either when full or on the Friday prior to race day at 12 noon.
Where can I read more?
To read more detail, download the 2019 Montane Howgills Race Notes Here
What’s the route for the event?