Veranstaltung Keswick Cumbria

Höhenprofil (76 m bis 533 m)

Höhendifferenz

457 m

Gesamtanstieg

1.691 m

Gesamtabstieg

1.693 m

GPSies-Index 12,5


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53,05 km
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1930
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The 50km route starts from inside Crow Park, heading down the east side of Derwent Water and coming back on itself on the trail next to the ‘Borrowdale Road’. Crossing the road the course runs through Castle Head Woods to head up the fell to the NE corner of Great Wood. Mountain trails then take you above Walla & Falcon Crags and into the hidden valley of Watendlath, which has some amazing single track to float along. At the head of the valley you ‘grind it’ out over Grange Fell and descend the fast and technical track to the Rosthwaite Institute & your 1st Feed Station (CP 1) of the day. Watered and fed you will then head West up the track running parallel with the Honister Pass road to your 2nd Feed Station (CP 2) at the Honister Slate Mines. Now you follow the old miners track up and over the fell, passing Dubs Quarry round the back of Fleetwith Pike and into the stunning Buttermere Valley by an extremely technical track which descends steeply. The route now takes you around the southern shore of Buttermere and then Crummock Water to the 3rd Feed Station (CP 3) of the day at the foot of the lake on the western most tip. Next follow wonderful single tracks through European feeling woodlands on the lake-shore to run back up the north side to the next hidden gem of a valley, Rannerdale which is famed for its Blue Bells. From here it’s up and over the pass at the head of the valley and then round the extremely remote single track hugging Whiteless Pike, Addocombe Beck and then through Salibeck pass. Dropping quickly down the technical and rocky track you end up in the Newlands Valley and the 4th Feed Station (CP 4) before you head  towards Little Town on the country roads, before heading back onto the miners tracks and down the Newlands Valley arriving at the 5th Feed Station of the day at Hawes End (not a timed CP). From here you're on the final leg and you run along tranquil woodland trails until Portinscale village is reached, crossing the suspension bridge to head back into Keswick via the ‘Bob Graham Round’ finish. Once on the streets of Keswick you will be quickly directed, by marshals to bring you through the final sections of the race and the home straight passing through the boat yard and to your glory finish back in Crow Park at the Festival site. 

The route is a perfect training run/race for the Scafell Sky Race or the UTLD Lakeland 50 both held in July.

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bergig  GPS erfasst  glatt  steinig  Querfeldein  Singletrail  Fahrweg / Wirtschaftsweg  Schotterweg / Sandweg 

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Koordinaten des Startpunktes

N 54°35.751' W 3°08.492'
N 54°35'45.072" W 3°8'29.555"
N +54.5958535 E -3.14154317

Koordinaten des Endpunktes

N 54°35.751' W 3°08.531'
N 54°35'45.092" W 3°8'31.892"
N +54.5958591 E -3.14219241

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