Chapelgill Hill Race
18th March, 3pm. Entry £6.00.
Payment is on the day, but please pre-enter to assist the race organisers.
Chapellgill is one of the longest running hill races in Scotland and was started back in the late 70’s by the late great Robin Morris. It claims to be the steepest hill race in Britain.
Venue: Glenkirk farm, Glenholm, Broughton.
– Full body cover carried or worn.
– Strictly no dogs (due to lambing).
Distance 2.6km / 1.6m
Ascent 410m / 1345ft
Record (M) 18:50 Phil Davies (2003)
Record (F) 22:10 – Angela Mudge (2003)