Kintyre Way 100

8 May 2020
Machrihanish, Argyll, Scotland, UK (Scotland)
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161 KM
1 day
50 Runners
Difficulty:    Brutal
ENTRY FEE:    99 GBP

100 miles of glorious scenery, south-to-north along the fully waymarked Kintyre Way, with a mixture of upland paths, forestry tracks, some tarmac, and 3 beach sections.

Six intermediate checkpoints, each with toilets, hot and cold drinks and the option to collect your own drop-bag.

Rest facility at Carradale, approx half-way point.

The race starts at 17:00 on Friday 8th May (a public holiday) and continues overnight. Overall time allowed: 29 hours, finishing by 22:00 on Saturday 9th May at Tarbert Harbour.

Full GPS tracking, so friends and supporters can follow your progress. Hire of the tracking device is included in the entry fee.

At the finish you can look forward to food, drink, music, sport massage (free), activities, and kids’ fun area.

Enter at EntryCentral.com

Enquiries: [email protected]
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Event Organiser

Rob Reid

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