Lakeland Trails in Hawkshead

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Far reaching views of the Lake District fells, rolling Beatrix Potter countryside and a challenging mile-long climb up an ancient ‘Coffin Trail’ – Lakeland Trails in Hawkshead has something for everyone.

Starting and finishing at Hawkshead, the 16K Hawkshead Trail Race, 16K Hawkshead Trail Challenge and 10K Hawkshead Trail Run follow circuits along fully marked and marshalled footpaths and bridleways, taking in panoramic views of Windermere and the surrounding peaks of the Coniston Hills, the Langdales and most of the Lakeland fells. All of the routes take in the infamous, mile long, near vertical, killer climb of the “Coffin Trail”! Underfoot conditions are generally good, particularly for those used to off-road running.

13th April 2024  –  10k & 16k

Hawkshead Trail Run 10k

  • 10.45 OR 11:00
  • £24.65 (£15 for U25s)
  • General entry includes 15% Earlybird discount

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. You will have the option to add a t-shirt to your entry for just £10. Checkout the News article and Ts & Cs for more information.

Hawkshead Trail Challenge 16k

  • 13:00
  • £24.65 (£15 for U25s)
  • General entry includes 15% Earlybird discount

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.

Hawkshead Trail Race 16K

  • 14:00
  • £24.65 (£15 for U25s)
  • General entry includes 15% Earlybird discount

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.

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Lakeland Retreats do not run this event. For accurate, up to date information, please contact the organiser.
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