Sea to Summit Scafell Pike

28 September 2024
Seascale, uk
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mountains race
49 KM
1 day
500 Runners
Difficulty:    Intermediate
ENTRY FEE:    139 gbp

The Rat Race Sea to Summit trilogy takes you to the summit of the high points of England, Scotland and Wales along 3 spectacular and varied ultra-distance routes.

The Lake District is England’s picture-perfect  mountain mecca and the landscape plays host to some of the most beautiful trails in the country. From our seaside startline we head inland on quiet country lanes, towards the brooding peaks beyond. Hitting the trails in Wasdale, we will trace the shore of the imposing Wast Water before our glorious ascent of Scafell Pike begins. The descent traces a different descent to come full circle to where you commenced your journey back at the coast.

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