54th Fellsman - 16th and 17th April 2016.

A blast from the past…

We are delighted to announce that thanks to the generosity of Mr E Barron, Mr R A Feather and Mr M Watson the results from a number of past years are now available on the website as colour pdf scans of the original results leaflets issued to Fellsman entrants after … Continue reading

The 54th Fellsman – 16th and 17th April 2016

Welcome to the first post of the new Fellsman year! “You’re late!” We can hear you saying, “The date vanished! What’s wrong? Is the Fellsman not happening?” Rest easy. The 54th Fellsman is going ahead, but on the weekend of the 16th and 17th April rather than 23rd and 24th … Continue reading

F.F.S., Tallies, certificates and all things blog!

Well, it’s been a few weeks. Hopefully the aching limbs and sore feet are a dim and distant memory and you have already bagged another few peaks under your belts. In Fellsman land the acronym F.F.S. is highly regarded. Apart from the obvious and unbroadcastable meaning, it also stands for … Continue reading

Check out articles from some great contributors…

In the (not so) long run up to to the 25th April, whilst you are soaking aching feet after a particularly cold and vicious training run, why not check out on some of the great articles contributed by some of the Fellsman staff and competitors…? Currently on the Articles page … Continue reading

The Fellsman and the UTMB

As many of you will know, the Fellsman has been a qualifying race for the UTMB since 2007 and has been proud to feature amongst some of the world’s most renowned races during these 7 years. This year, the ITRA (International Trail Running Association) has taken over responsibility for the … Continue reading

Running Away from 40

Jonathan Carter, our Fellsman Organiser is running 40 marathons between now and his 40th birthday in June 2016 to raise money for the Brathay Children’s Trust.

Runfurther Championship

The Fellsman is proud to be part of the Runfurther Ultra Championship 2016
The Fellsman is a high level traverse covering more than 60 miles over very hard rugged moorland. The event climbs over 11,000 feet in its path from Ingleton to Threshfield in the Yorkshire Dales. Most of the route is over privately owned land, the use of which is secured by the organisers for the weekend only. This being the case, the route does not follow well defined footpaths, so the entrants’ navigational skills with a map and compass are tested as well as their physical fitness. Because of this, only fit and experienced walkers or runners should enter.