Lakeland 100 & 50 UTLD (Ultra Tour Lake District)

24 July 2020
Coniston, Cumbria, UK (England)
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161 KM
24 days
320 Runners
ALTERNATE DISTANCES: 80KM
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The Lakeland 100 is a circular route along public bridleways and footpaths through valleys and fells and starts and ends in Coniston, Cumbria.

The cut off time is 40 hours. It is a single-stage event that starts at 6pm on a Friday and ends at 10am on the following Sunday.

The race is open to individuals, pairs or 3-person teams. The route has 14 checkpoints that provide refreshments and food.

The route of the Lakeland 50 coincides with the second half of the Lakeland 100 with approximately 3100m of ascent.

The race starts at 11:30 on a Saturday morning with a 24hour cut off. It starts at Ulsswater and ends at Coniston.

The route has 6 checkpoint providing food and drinks. Like the Lakeland 100 it can be entered by individuals, pairs or teams of three.

Good navigational skills are required for both categories. No external assistance is allowed.

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