West Highland Way Race

Glasgow, United Kingdom • 22 Jun 2024

The West Highland Way Race is a challenging 95-mile trail run starting at Milngavie Railway Station and finishing at the Nevis Centre in Fort William. The race takes place from Saturday 22nd to Sunday 23rd June 2024, with a time limit of 35 hours. Participants must navigate through checkpoints within specified time limits and have their own motorized backup team. The course includes 14,760ft of ascent, and a bonus is offered for setting a new course record. For more details and entry criteria, visit the race website. Visit the organization's website for the most recent information.

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95 mi
95 Miles
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