Please note the following entry conditions:

  1. This is a category ” A-long “ race in winter, it is NOT suitable for NOVICES.  There will be a cut-off time at check point 4, anyone not arriving by 12:30pm will be retired and directed back to Barley Village Hall.
  2. Runners most only enter this race if they have substantial experience of similar terrain, distance, conditions and of navigating across mountain terrain in poor conditions.
  3. Kit carried must comply with current FRA rules of competition and safety requirements. If you are not certain of them, please download from  here.  You should carry at least – waterproof full body cover with taped seams including attached hood. Whistle.  Hat. Gloves. Emergency Food. Compass. Map. A GPS is not sufficient. Kit checks will be undertaken and anyone found without the kit at any stage of the race will be disqualified. This kit may not be enough.  Runners must determine what additional kit is needed for safety in the conditions.
  4. Runners must read the FRA safety requirements, and by entering this race they agree to abide by all of them.

To enter the race please download the FRA form (it can take a few seconds to open), print it out and return it to the organiser by post with a cheque made payable to “Tour of Pendle” for the sum of £9.00 – for 2017. Please check the price with  the organiser or the FRA Calendar for later years.

ENTRY FORM

Please read the declaration, sign it and only enter if you agree to abide by it and any instructions of the organiser and his team including the instructions for retirement.

Send to:  Kieran Carr:  Oakdene, Whalley Road, Billington, Clitheroe, BB7 9LG

If you think you are late with your entry phone Kieran on 01254 822618 or 07760 667842.

We will periodically update a list of pre entries on the site in the weeks leading up to the race.

Whilst we prefer pre-entry, entry on the day may be accepted at the discretion of the organiser and providing the limit of 500 has not been reached – but will cost a minimum of £20.00 on the day.