This year’s race remains a navigational event with only partial flagging on the summits, road and access points.
Please note there is a revised one way ascent and descent route on Pen-y-Ghent summit see map below for details.
Click here for Pen-y-Ghent Summit Ascent and Descent Route Change at 1:25000 scale
Click here for Race Route at 1:50000 scale
Click here for Race Route at 1:25000 scale
Training Route Variations
If you wish to train over the route before race day please ensure that you keep to existing rights of way and follow the training route variations below.
Click here for Whernside Training Route Variation
Click here for Horton-in-Ribblesdale finish Training Route Variation
3 Peaks Race Map from Pete Bland Sports
Three Peaks Race Map - Produced by Pete Bland Sports in conjunction with Harvey these maps are designed to meet the specific needs of the fell racer/runner
• Full colour Harvey and PBS map in a convenient A4 size and printed on hardwearing waterproof paper
• Map overlaid with 'racing line', training alternatives, checkpoints and annotated with notes on optimum route choice and hazards to avoid
• Reverse of map includes a detailed course description including racing hints, checkpoint grid references and course profile
Click picture below to buy the maps from Pete Band Sports
Click here for the course profile
Course Route Card
Click here for the Course Route Card showing the splits for various finish times from Record through to meeting the valley checkpoint cut-off times
For all general enquiries contact Paul Dennison 01943 872020