The Lancashireman Off-Road Marathon

27 September 2020
Burnley, Lancashire, UK (England)
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43 KM
1 day
80 Runners
Difficulty:    Intermediate
ENTRY FEE:    22 GBP

The Lancashireman Off-Road Marathon

A 27 mile event covering the off-road moorland, towpaths, fields and hills along The Burnley Way, open to Solo or Paired runners.

Start 8am, Location Victoria Mill, UCLan Burnley Campus, Trafalgar Street, Burnley, Lancashire, BB11 1RA.

Category BL 27miles with 4300′ climb (43km, 1310m)

Entry fee £22 (Pairs £20 per runner), t-shirt for finishers (for entries before 20/09/2020)
A written course description, marked map and GPX file of the full route is provided.

Route partly follows The Burnley Way so is signposted but reccies are recommended.
Kit requirements (per runner): FRA Mandatory Minimum Kit (full waterproof top + bottom), hat, gloves, compass, whistle, a bit of emergency food + map (provided).

Facebook Event Here : https://www.facebook.com/events/854850451583254/

 


The Lancashireman Off-Road Relays

A new 3-leg fell relay event following the same route as the Marathon for Teams of 3 (Solo runners) or Teams of 6 (Paired runners).

Start 8am, Location Victoria Mill, UCLan Burnley Campus, Trafalgar Street, Burnley, Lancashire, BB11 1RA.

Leg details:
Leg 1: 8.1miles 1280′  (13.1km, 390m, cat BM)
Leg 2: 7.3miles 1378′ (11.8km, 420m, cat BM)
Leg 3: 10.7miles 1837′ (17.3km, 560m, cat BM)

Entry fee £12 per runner in Team of 3 (3x solo legs) or Team of 6 (3x paired legs)
A written course description, marked map and GPX file of the full route is provided.

Route partly follows The Burnley Way so is signposted but reccies are recommended.
Kit requirements (per runner): FRA Best Practice Kit is advised and may be enforced reviewing the weather leading up to the race but as a minimum please carry Waterproof top, Hat and Gloves.

Facebook Event Here : https://www.facebook.com/events/854850451583254/

 

Both events permit pending under FRA Rules and Guidelines. Full details at www.trawdenac.co.uk

Event Organiser

Jamie McIlvenny

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