The Trans Britain Ultra Marathon starts in Scotland, finishes in Wales and takes in the best of what England has to offer over the course of a 157mile route.
This six day race is the first multi stage Ultra event for which “Britain” means something. It takes in some of the most spectacular countryside on offer and gives a mixture of on-road and offroad routes that will test all-comers.
The Scottish starting point is Robert the Bruce’s cave and the race works it's way south to the foot of the Cumbria Mountains. There are two stages in the mountains before moving into North Yorkshire for two stages including Pen y Ghent and finally over to Wales for the final stage and the race finish in the epic setting of Ruthin castle.
Care has been taken to ensure that the routes through the mountains will take your breath away but with a strong focus on safety and racers are supported in this by local professionals.
Competitors have commented that the glorious scenery is one of the many highlights of a spectacular week.
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