56th Fellsman - 28th and 29th April 2018.

A week to go – the long post…

With the Fellsman only a week away we have lots of knowledge to impart and updates to bring you. Bear with us, this is going to be a long one! Can you help? Firstly, our usual call out for anyone who might be willing to help out on the event … Continue reading

Tracking your progress

You will probably seen the update in this year’s handbook about our FellTrack system. This explains that we will be using silicone wristband tags instead of sticky labels on the back of the tallies. We will also be using our new ScanBoxes to do the scanning, these are self-contained orange boxes that still use … Continue reading

A post about ponchos…

So, those of you have entered should have received this year’s handbook, all bright and glossy, and filled with important information; apart from one important ommission. Yes, the handbook gremlins have visited again despite the fact that this year every member of the committee read the darn thing from cover … Continue reading

How did it get to March?

So how exactly have we got to March already? The last time I checked I was looking at the January entry form rush to see how many entrants we had. But it genuinely is March, even though the weather appears to be stuck in January. The Committee has been very … Continue reading

Fellsman entries are now open!

We hope everyone has had a lovely Christmas and are recovering well from their New Year celebrations! As promised, online entries for the 2018 are now open and can be reached by following the ‘Online Entries’ tab at the top of the page. Please take care filling in the entry … Continue reading

Runfurther Championship

The Fellsman is proud to be part of the Runfurther Ultra Championship 2018

This Is Ingleton

A superb resource of information about Ingleton and the surrounding area. great if you are looking for accommodation close to the Fellsman start!
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.