The car park at the Community Center in Ingleton (where the event usually starts) is a public Pay and Display car park, so the simple answer is yes.
There are a couple of drawbacks to doing this:
- It will be expensive (from a Yorkshireman’s perspective anyway!).
Since the route is not circular and there is no direct public transport service between the finish and the start, getting back to your car may be a problem.
The organisers do have a solution to this. First we arrange the use of a local quarry close to the finish at Threshfield and allow competitors to park there for free. We then provide coaches to transport people from the finish to the start on Saturday morning (this can be booked when you enter). The one drawback to this is that the coaches leave Threshfield starting from 05:45 on the Saturday morning. You can find out more details on the Parking and Transport page.
We suggest you book a seat on the coach when you enter the event as we base the number of coaches to order on the number of pre-booked seats.
Finally this question always leads onto questions on the subject of Accommodation