GB Ultras - Ultra Scotland 50 Mile

Dalry, United Kingdom • 8 Jun 2024

The Ultra Scotland 50 is a 56-mile trail run taking place on Saturday, 8th June 2024, along the Southern Upland Way in Scotland. The race starts at St John's Town of Dalry and finishes at Moffat Rugby Club. The course offers 2447m of ascent and is way-marked as one of Scotland’s Great Trails.

The event has a cut-off time of 18 hours and an entry fee of £89. Participants can also choose to pay in 4 interest-free instalments. The race provides Live Online Tracking via GB Race Tracker and offers Gold, Silver, or Bronze medals based on finisher rankings.

The event also has mandatory and recommended kit requirements, as well as rules and regulations for participant safety. Visit the organization's website for the most recent information.

Race information

50 mi

Ultra 50 Mile

Sat 8 June
Visit the organization's website for the most recent information.

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