Whitehough, Chinley, High Peak, Derbyshire, SK23 6EJ
- Distance10 miles
- Water stations
- Traffic free
- Wheelchair accessible
- Minimum age18
- Postal closing date30th Nov -0001
- Size of field200
- Entrants last year120
- Event website
- Event AffiliationOther
- Online entry availableYes
- On the day entryYes
A running and walking event. Registration at the Old Hall and the start/finish is at the Paper Mill (next to the Old Hall), Whitehough, Chinley. The event takes in the summits of South Head, Chinley Churn (Big Stone rather than the trig point) and Eccles Pike with the participants choosing the best route between them based on the map provided. Approximate distance 9.5 miles depending on which route you choose.
The race venue is at the Paper Mill, Whitehough, Chinley, High Peak, SK23 6EJ. There will be toilets and refreshments - the Paper Mill are putting on a home made hot pot meal for participants that can be pre-ordered as an option on your entry. If you are not sure about ordering food, this can be done at a later date, just let us know and you can pay on the day, but Dan the landlord would like to know how many he is catering for. Limited free parking is available nearby. Note: No responsibility will be taken for personal possessions left at the venue.
There will be checkpoints at the summits of South Head, Chinley Churn and Eccles Pike - you can visit the summits in any order.
Walkers can start between 08.00am and 9.15am, Runners must start before 10.00am
Hot Pot available after 12.00
Registration opens at 07:45
Pick up race numbers on the day.
Race Limit - 200
Minimum Age - 18 for runners, families (including U16) welcome for walking. (Under 7s are free)
The entry list can be found on the website: click here
Individual Walkers/Runners - £9 (plus £0.90 booking fee)
Family Groups - £20 (plus £1.10 booking fee)
Groups of Four - £30 (plus £1.10 booking fee)
Hot Pot, meat or veggie can be ordered prior to the event but will cost you £5 on the day.
Please complete the field on the entry form about the food, so Dan the landlord know's how many to cater for.
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