The Cumbria Way Ultra
The Cumbria Way Ultra is a fully waymarked 73 mile trail ultra race which passes through the varied terrain of the beautiful Lake District, giving over 10,000 feet of ascent. The route follows the iconic trail which was first devised in the 1970s by local members of the Ramblers. The Cumbria Way Ultra provides a relatively low-level crossing of the Lake District National Park, following tracks and paths along valleys and over passes in the midst of stunning and varied scenery. It passes Coniston Water, Tarn Hows and Dungeon Ghyll and crosses Stake Pass to Borrowdale, Derwent Water and Keswick. The route continues to Caldbeck passing Skiddaw House and over High Pike, the highest point on the trail. It then follows the Caldew valley to Carlisle.
|Race date||Sunday 16th September 2018|
|Venue||Ford Park, Ulverston|
|Facilities||The event starts at Ford Park, Ulverston, which has Friday night camping, parking for all weekend, toilets, cafe. The event finishes at Carlisle Castle which has toilets, showers plus bunks available to hire.|
|Prizes||1st, 2nd and 3rd male and female solo runners and the 1st, 2nd and 3rd relay teams of 2 and the 1st, 2nd and 3rd relay teams of 5. All finishers receive the Cumbria Way Ultra technical t shirt and medal.|
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Race details last updated on Monday 19th February 2018 a 8:45pm.