The Earlybird entry for Lakeland Trails in Cartmel on 24th September 2022 opens at 10am on Tuesday with a pre-sale for this year's competitors opening at 9.30am. The first 100 entrants save an amazing 25% off the regular price.
Starting and finishing at Cartmel Racecourse, the 5K Cartmel Sport Trail, 10K Cartmel Trail Run, 18K Cartmel Trail Challenge & 18K Cartmel Trail Race take you on off-road journeys through some of the most scenic and varied countryside in the Lake District, along a 'Beauty and Beast' of a course.
The trails are along waymarked and marshalled footpaths and bridleways, giving panoramic views of both Morecambe Bay and the surrounding peaks. Underfoot conditions are variable with a bit of everything - gravel tracks, muddy lanes and the odd puddle for good measure. There are some good fast sections, but it can be very sticky in places, especially if wet!
A carnival atmosphere is guaranteed for both spectators and competitors, with live music, race commentary, food and drink all available at the start and finish. So, whether you're new to trail running, an experienced athlete, or simply looking for an unforgettable day out in the Lake District, a family-friendly, festival atmosphere and some amazing trail running awaits you!
A shorter distance event for everyone over the age of 16 on a well marked and marshalled course, with graded runnable climbs and descents. There is a time limit of 2 hours. The earlier start allows those of you who think you might need the full time the opportunity to set off before the main field and enjoy the atmosphere and encouragement as runners go past you along the course.
A shorter distance event for everyone over the age of 16 on a well marked and marshalled course, with graded runnable climbs and descents. There is a time limit of 2 hours.
£26 / £20 - U16
The perfect introduction to trail running! A shorter distance event for everyone over the age of 12, on a well marked and marshalled course, with graded runnable climbs and descents. There is a time limit of 1 3/4 hours.
An event for less competitive runners and Nordic walkers or if you want to take it easy and enjoy the views, this is the one for you. There is a time limit of 3 1/2 hours for the Challenge and to enter you must be at least 18 years old.
For the competitive runner, a well marked and marshalled course with fast, graded runnable climbs and descents for those used to off road running. There is a time limit of 2 hours for the Race and to enter you must be at least 18 years old.
Start Lists are available below. Please note that there are separate Start Lists for the Waved and Mass Starts.
If you did not select a Start Time, you have been automatically allocated one based on availability and unfortunately we are unable to change your time.
On the day, it won't be possible to move your Waved start time but we can transfer you to the Mass Start if you miss your slot.
The comprehensive Event Guide is available to HERE. Don't forget your start number and timing chip are collected on race day from registration at the Racecourse grandstand, which is a short walk from where event car parking is located. Please note, registration for each race closes 30 minutes before your scheduled start time.
08.45 Car park opens at Cartmel Racecourse
09.00 Registration opens in the main registration marquee, Cartmel Racecourse
10.30 Cartmel Trail Run 10k - First Waved Start
11.30 Cartmel Trail Run 10k - Mass Start
11.35 Cartmel Sport Trail 5k - First Waved Start
12.00 Cartmel Sport Trail 5k - Mass Start
12.30 Cartmel Trail Challenge 18k - First Waved Start
13.30 Cartmel Trail Challenge 18k - Mass Start
13.35 Cartmel Trail Race 18k - First Waved Start
14.00 Cartmel Trail Race18k - Mass Start
15.15 Cartmel Fun Trails (under 12's - enter on the day)
15.30 Après Trails live music with singer / songwriter Pete Lashley
16.30 Prize giving & spot prize giving
The event requires over 50 marshals and stewards, so if you want to volunteer to help us in any way we would love to hear from you. Check out our volunteers' page for more details.