57th Fellsman - 27th and 28th April 2019.


STOP ! PLEASE DON’T RECCE! We say this every year, but with good reason… We make no apology for asking those intending to enter the Fellsman not to walk or run the route before the event weekend. As has previously been stated, the major part of the route crosses private … Continue reading

Online Entries Are Open!

Sorry for the delay folks… Happy New Year! Online Entries to the 57th Fellsman are now open. You can reach the online entry form by following the ‘Online Entries’ tab at the top of the page. Please take care filling in the entry form as these details will be used … Continue reading

Don’t Panic – Online Entry Opening Delayed

Why is nothing EVER simple??? Entries are scheduled to open sometime this afternoon, however… the auto-renewal on this website’s security certificate seems to have failed (their fault not ours). We are trying to sort it out, their predicted timeline for this is between an hour and a day… So… For … Continue reading

The 2019 Fellsman will shortly be open for business…

It’s that time of year again. Christmas presents have been opened, New Year’s Eve is looming large and the question on everyone’s mind (well those involved in  organising and participating in the Fellsman) is “There are only 117 days left to go until the 57th event! When are online entries … Continue reading

2018 Results are up…

So the 56th Fellsman arrived in, uncharacteristically, a blaze of sunshine (albeit accompanied by a blast of cold April winds), and at 8:30 on Saturday morning 341 hardy souls took to the rather boggy fells to battle their way over 61 miles and 11,000 feet of Yorkshire’s finest countryside. Almost … Continue reading

Runfurther Championship

The Fellsman is proud to be part of the Runfurther Ultra Championship 2019

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.