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Saint Cuthbert’s Way Ultra

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Trail Outlaws present Saint Cuthbert's Way Ultra. Bridging the national borders between Scotland and England, this inspiring 100km route will be reversed. Starting at Holy Island in an area of outstanding natural beauty on the Northumberland coast.

How to enter the Saint Cuthbert’s Way Ultra

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    100K

    Run 100km
    £83–£85
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    45 Mile

    Run 45mi
    £73–£75
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Saint Cuthbert’s Way Ultra routes

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The route heads Westwards crossing large sections of the Northumberland National Park and the beautiful Scottish Borders region. Finishing at Melrose, which is where Saint Cuthbert's journey is thought to have started. The race qualifies for 2 (4 new) UTMB points.

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What’s Included

All Trail Outlaws races include free digital photographs without copyright notices.
All entrants get their race t-shirt, if they enter at least two weeks before the race. All finishers get a race medal. There are also male and female prizes.

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Saint Cuthbert’s Way Ultra weather forecast

Clear throughout the day.

15°C
Predicted highs
11°C
Predicted lows
IconModerate breeze possible, up to 10mph

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At Trail Outlaws we are passionate about Trail Running and the benefits and positivity it can bring to ours and others lives. We are both avid trail runners of all distances and have been for many years, enjoying events all over the UK. We love the fact there is no elitism in trail running and we have seen first hand, the camaraderie involved in this fast growing sport. And we bring that to our events, encouraging and cheering on runners of all levels and abilities. We believe the trails and national parks of the North should be enjoyed by all, this is why our events take part in National Parks, National Trust land, Forestry Commission Land, Sites of Special Scientific Interest. As we believe these little gems go unlooked by runners as a whole, and we want to encourage all to enjoy them responsibly.

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