Hob Hurst's Fell Race
Self guided run using MapRunF app now open
8km (5-miles) / 256m (840') ascent
Registered charity 1182136
(+£1 for payment on the day)
THIS YEAR'S RACE HAS SADLY BEEN CANCELLED. However, you are invited to run the race route as a PERSONAL CHALLENGE and record your effort using the MapRunF app. You can do this anytime until 30th September 2020.
There is no charge for running as a personal challenge, but we do encourage you to make a small donation to our event charity, the Peak District National Park Foundation charity
to help project the park for everyone forever.
Details of how to use MapRunF to record your run are provided HERE
And the route can be downloaded HERE
Hob Hurst's Fell Race is a new but traditional fell race in the Peak District this summer, which took place for the first time in 2018.
Starting and finishing in Beeley on the edge of the Chatsworth Estate, the race will climb up through Hell Bank Plantation and across the high moorland to reach the historic Hob Hurst's House. Competitors will then enjoy a long and fast descent back to the village via Beeley Hill top.
The race, which kicks off our Peak District Trail Running Weekender, will operate in accordance with UK Athletics rules under Fell Running Association License [applied for]. 'Runners' Rules' for Fell Races can be found here.
For participants in our Trail Running Weekender, entry to the race is included in their package. They may also opt to run the route with one of our guides, immediately after the main race has set off.
You are required to arrive at the race with the 'FRA Mandatory Minimum Kit' and be prepared to wear or carry it during the race, Depending on the weather conditions on the night we may relax some or all of these requirements:.
Waterproof whole body cover (with taped seams and integrated attached hood),
Map of the route
*70p of each entry fee will be donated to the Peak District National Park Foundation #70kfor70 campaign to help protect the park for everyone forever. There is a limit on the number of runners.
Entries on the day will be subject to availability.
Competitors must be aged 16 or above on the day of the race.
Entry on the day subject to availability
Transfers and Refunds
No refunds are available but you may transfer your number to another runner free of additional charge. This must be done by the original entrant using the transfer option (https://www.evententry.co.uk/transfer-my-entry) on the entry website no later than 4th August 2020. Use of somebody else's number, without formally arranging the transfer is NOT allowed.
See link at bottom of page for our general terms and conditions. .
Categories and prizes
Prizes will be awarded in the following categories:
1st, 2nd, 3rd Male,
1st, 2nd, 3rd Female
1st male & female in each vet category represented.
On the day
Registration will take place between 5:30pm and 6:45pm.
The event will start at 7pm.
Afterwards, water and light refreshments will be available..
Prizes will be presented as soon as possible after winners of each category have finished.
The race venue is Beeley Village Hall on School Lane, Beeley..
The post code is DE4 2NU..
Race parking has been arranged within the village and is located 200 metres from the event HQ at Dukes Barn, see diagram below. Parking is £TBC per car with all proceeds to Beeley Village Hall funds. Please do not attempt to park within the grounds of the barn itself (which is for residents only) or on-street within the village.
Race Headquarters: Dukes Barn
Please respect the area, do not drop any litter and be respectful to local residents.
Toilets are available at Duke's Barn. Please do not use adjacent fields and hedges within sight of properties..
Whilst warming up / cooling down please stick to public areas and rights of way, or the field within the grounds of the barn.