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Creating an iconic ultramarathon for the Peak District is something that Peak Running founders, Andy Brooks (Brooksie) and Chris Hopkinson, have been thinking about for many years.
Entries to the 2021 event will open on 1st December 2020. Initially this will be on a 'pre-registration' basis, and no payment will be take at this stage.
Participation in a race on a spectacular route in the Peak District National Park
Detailed results, including intermediate check-point splits
A unique memento for finishers
Comprehensive event handbook
Access to a detailed route description
GPX file of the route
Well stocked aid stations
Hot meal at the finish
Support from an highly experienced and enthusiastic event team
Live GPS tracking (for Millstone 100 participants)
Professional medical support
Option to purchase a high quality event technical t-shirt (order when entering)
The event in based in the heart of the beautiful and vibrant village of Castleton in the Hope Valley. The village is situated at the foot of the historic Peveril Castle and surrounded by spectacular hills.
The base for the race and event HQ is The Peveril Centre which is on the western side of the village.
The address is:
The Peveril Centre
Our ethos for the event is aligned with our ethos for Peak Running as a whole.
Donating a proportion of the profits to the Peak District National Park Foundation charity to help them protect this wonderful park, for everyone, forever.
Building strong relationships with the park authorities and land managers, their rangers and other stakeholders.
Organising conservation days for runners to help carry out important conservation and restoration work on the trails within the park.
Using the event as a vehicle to help promote and educate people on the work and behaviours necessary to maintain the beauty of the park for future generations.
Using community facilities for event HQ and checkpoints wherever possible.
Using local independant buinesses for supplies, such as race mementos, t-shirts etc.
Ensuring there will be no trace of the event by the time it is wrapped up on the Sunday.
NOTE: The schedule shown below is provisional and based on having a traditional mass start format for each race. Depending on the Covid-19 situation at the time, there is a possibility of staggered / socially distanced starts spread over a period of 1-2 hours. The times shown may therefore be up to 2 hours earlier for some participants.
Friday 3rd September 2020
16:30 Registration Opens – Millstone 100 only
18:00 Registration Closes
18:15 Race Briefing – The Millstone 100
19:00 The Millstone 100 starts
19:15 Registration Opens – The Limestone 50 & Peveril 33
21:00 Registration Closes
Saturday 4th September 2020
06:30 Registration Opens
08:00 Registration Closes
08:15 Race Briefing -The Limestone 50 & Peveril 33
09:00 The Limestone 50 & Peveril 33 start
Sunday 5th September 2020
07:00 Deadline to complete all races
Our event team, The Blinding Peakers, are renowned for their enthusiasm and ability to bring a sense of fun to an event, while maintaining the professional standards needed to ensure a smooth and safe event for all involved.
Car and Campervan Parking
A dedicated event car and campervan park, with temporary toilets, will be provided close to race HQ in Castleton. This is available to both participants and supporters throughout the weekend for a small charge.
Full details of the arrangements will be provided in the Event Handbook prior the event.
There are various accommodation options in the area. Locally there are two Youth Hostels (Losehill Hall and Edale Activity Centre) and a number of camp sites which take tents. There are also various pubs with accommodation, B&Bs and holiday cottages.
The nearest large towns/cities with greater accommodation options are Buxton (10 miles), Chesterfield (15 miles), Sheffield (15 miles), Stockport (15 miles) and Manchester (20 miles).