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A Big Welcome to the Punk Panther 2018 series, our first event of the season starts off from Weston Lane Community Centre in Otley and heads up to Clifton then across to Askwith then to Denton before crossing an iron bridge over the River Wharfe to Ben Rhydding then Burley-in-Wharfedale, up onto Burley Moor over to Shipley Glen then Baildon Moor, Guiseley, Yeadon over The Chevin to Surprise View and across to Bramhope and finally down to the finish in the village of Pool-in-Wharfedale where a hot meal awaits (vegetarian and vegan option available upon request when entering) along with your well deserved Tech T-Shirt, medal and certificate. Please be aware that part of this race is over open moorland providing stunnings views and challenges as well as sometimes boggy paths!

Review summary

5
1 Review
  • Course
  • Organisation
  • Atmosphere

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Jill B
"I really, really enjoyed this as my second ultra, it was my first of the Punk..."
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How to enter the The Welcome Ultra

  1. Short

    Run 32mi
    £40
    Event passed
  2. Long

    Run 40mi
    £40
    Event passed

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The Welcome Ultra weather forecast

Possible drizzle in the morning and afternoon.

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The Welcome Ultra reviews

5 out of 5 stars

  • Course
  • Organisation
  • Atmosphere
  • Did the Short in 2019

    I really, really enjoyed this as my second ultra, it was my first of the Punk Panther series. It was really well organised and the aid stations well manned. I was slightly naive in that I wrongly thought that there were prizes for both the 51km and the 70km. I didnt understand the rewards process properly. I could t commit the time to the 70km as had to be back to Durham to collect kids- but I was ecstatic to finish at the church hall as the first female in from the 51km event. Ill definitely attend more Punk Panther races, and read the small print more next time