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DIG Deep Trail Ultra 30

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2019 results are here!

August 29th, 2020. 8am start.
An iconic tour of the Peak District ideal for those new to Ultras or the more seasoned ultra runner looking for a faster runnable challenge.

This race takes you on a beautiful and challenging tour of the Peak District, covering around 30 miles of trails and 1388m of ascent. If you are looking for your first venture into ultra territory this could be just the thing for you! Many newcomers to ultra running have tackled the Trail Ultra 30 and have continued to come back for more, some even stepping up to the Trail Ultra 60.
Part of the DIG Deep Running weekend which kicks off on Friday evening with guest speakers talking running and their adventures. Look out for updates.
The whole weekend will be supported by lead partner Scott Running.

The route will be marked in places although navigation/a good knowledge of the area will be necessary. Timing stations will be in place along the route, each of which must be visited, along with all aid stations. There are penalties in place for missing checkpoints – details of these will be emailed out ahead of the event.
We work closely with the Peak District National Park Authority and local land owners to ensure the event is sustainable and avoids sensitive areas. Please ensure you help us to do this by sticking to the event route and making sure you take all litter away with you.

Download the Trail Ultra 30 race infogpx route30 Route Map Part 130 Route Map Part 2

Event Sponsors – where would we be without their continued support? Each will be contributing to the prize pool and also the spot prizes.

 

 

 

 

Distance/Ascent 30 miles/1388m approx
Date 29/08/2020
Start time 8.00am (race briefing 7:45am)
Venue Whirlow Hall Farm, Whirlow Lane, Sheffield, S11 9QF
Prizes 1st-3rd Open M&F, 1st V40,V50 and V60 M&F
Price £45

Enter the Trail Ultra 30

The event starts and finishes at Whirlow Farm Hall in Sheffield, where there will be camping available Friday night (at a cost of £5 per tent, must be booked in advance). Toilets and changing facilities are available on site, and there will be food and drink available to purchase. There is plenty of parking available on site.

Race packs can be collected Whirlow Hall Farm from 3-8pm on the 28th. If you need to collect your race pack on the morning of the event please contact us.

Event rules:

  • Participants must be a minimum of 18 years old on race day
  • Participants must carry all mandatory kit at all times (see below)
  • Each checkpoint must be visited. Each point carries a penalty for missing it (see below)
  • Time penalties will only be overruled if there is evidence of tampering/removal of dibbers at unmanned checkpoints
  • Pacers are not allowed
  • There are no cut off times in place. If you believe you will take longer than 10 hours then we would ask that you start at 6am with the Ultra 60 runners.
  • Should you need to withdraw prior to the event due to injury or illness you can defer your entry to next year or change the participant name up to seven days before the event.

Entry includes:

  • Live updated timing at key checkpoints (so your supporters can keep track of you)
  • Food and drink at feed stations
  • Medal on finishing
  • A voucher for food on finishing
  • Email copy of route notes

Mandatory kit list:

Each runner must carry the following at all times. Failure to do so will lead to disqualification.

  • Full waterproof body cover
  • Compass and full route map
  • Sufficient water and food to be self reliant
  • Whistle
  • Head torch – fully charged (spare batteries are advised)
  • Mobile phone – fully charged

There are no cut off points for the Trail Ultra 30, however if you think you will take longer than 10 hours to complete it we would ask you to consider starting with the Trail Ultra 60 at 6am.

Click here for a copy of our rules and ethos, which applies to all events unless specifically stated otherwise.

The DIG Deep Trail Races are supported by:

Scott

Chia Charge Riverford

Whirlow Hall Farm Trust

Whirlow Hall Farm works directly with children across South Yorkshire; whether it’s developing a healthy relationship with food, seeing an animal for the first time or helping to get their lives back on track.

Together, we help thousands of local children and young people to raise their aspirations and improve their life chances.

To find out more, visit www.whirlowhallfarm.org

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