Notts Fell County Champs
Wolf’s Pit fell race, Shatton, near Bamford, Hope Valley, Derbyshire.
Further information and details of the course at www.wolfspitfellrace.org.uk
The race is held over private land so no training on the route.
Competitors must be over 18 (see race website for information for junior races).
£5 entry on the day at registration – arrive in good time to avoid queuing. Parking in the start / finish field.
Nottinghamshire qualification based upon birth in county or residence for the last 9 months.
No previous participation in a different county championship in this year eg
County championship medals to men and women in open, V40, V50 and team (3 to count).
The race will act as a selection race for the Intercounties Fell Running Championships to be held in Scotland on 28th May.
Wolf’s Pit fell race is a BS category fell race of 5.8 miles 1340 feet ascent. The course has steep, grassy ascents and descents,
rough grass with heather moorland and roughtracks with stones. Studded fell shoes are advisable.
There is a mandatory full kit requirement to be carried throughout the race. This willconsist of full waterproof cover (waterproof lightweight top and trousers), hat and
gloves, whistle, silva type compass and map of the area suitable to navigate the course, and emergency food eg mars bar.
The kit requirement is not for the severity ofthe terrain but the time of year and exact kit for the race will be determined by the
organisers on the day. Random kit checks take place before the start and failure to comply with requirements will result in disqualification from the race and championships.
Runners should wear clothing suitable for the conditions. It is not essential, but it is hoped that club vests will be worn.
Contact Details: enquiries to Richard Wilkinson email email@example.com