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White Rose Ultra

4 races scheduled · 250 participants · Fri 5th Nov 2021 · Huddersfield
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About this event

The incredible Colne Valley, Yorkshire is home to this Ultra series that pits runners against the hills of God's own county. There will be a chance to win prizes for top performers, so grab your shoes and get warmed up for a chance to bring home that finisher's medal.

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Tickets available until Mon Oct 19 2020

What's included:

  • Race entry
  • Finisher's medal
  • Clearly marked and marshalled course
  • Aid stations stocked with refreshments and nutrition
  • Post-race results
  • Prizes for top performances in Men's and Women's categories
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150 Mile
5:00pm Fri 5th Nov 2021

Run 150mi

100 Miles
5:00pm Fri 5th Nov 2021

Run 100mi

60 Miles
6:00am Sat 6th Nov 2021

Run 60mi

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4.5
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SceneryStunning scenery
BicepFlexChallenging course
FriendlyFaceFriendly atmosphere
Ian
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4.0
Did the 30 Miles in 2019
The course was great and well marked along the route. The scenery was beautiful along the way and the course was challenging with a lot of uphill and downhill.</p><p>My main negatives were what you got for your money. We paid £55 for the ultra but were only provided food at one station along the route and water at 2 more. For the money paid I thought this was poor and it would significantly improve morale when running if there was more food available.</p><p>Overall I enjoyed the weekend and would recommend the course to anybody who is looking for a challenging run!… read more
Becky H
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5.0
Did the 30 Miles in 2019
I really enjoyed it, it was my first ultra and I cannot wait to get the next one booked. The organisation was fab, volunteers were all so lovely and the participants were amazing. My only negative was the medal, I would of loved a proper medal to hang with all my collection. T-shirt was lovely.<br />… read more
Frequently asked questions
Yes photo ID will be required; Driving licence, student id passport etc, at registration you will need to provide your name and address details & an emergency contact. … read more
Yes - but they have not been updated for this year. Last year's cut-off times were as follows: 30 miles = 8 hours, that's 15 miles/4 hours 60 miles = 16 hours, that's 30 miles/8 hours 100 miles 32 hours, that's 50 miles 16 hours or if you do not reach the 60 mile point within 20 hours you will be DQ'd you are not going to magically run the final 40 miles in 10 hours are you? … read more
You must have at least one finish recorded at a UK ultra on a distance of 70k or more on a comparable course, sorry no 'flat' ultras, the finish must be recorded between the dates of 1st November 2017 and October 2018 (yes the 2017 WRU 60 counts)… read more
Route description
Route description

The White Rose Ultra leads runners through the rolling landscape of the Yorkshire Dales. The route largely follows the footpaths and trails of the Pennine Way. The route will be well marked with large A5 signs with hi-vis, blue arrows on a yellow background - so keep an eye out.

Ian
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4.0
Did the 30 Miles in 2019
The course was great and well marked along the route. The scenery was beautiful along the way and the course was challenging with a lot of uphill and downhill.</p><p>My main negatives were what you got for your money. We paid £55 for the ultra but were only provided food at one station along the route and water at 2 more. For the money paid I thought this was poor and it would significantly improve morale when running if there was more food available.</p><p>Overall I enjoyed the weekend and would recommend the course to anybody who is looking for a challenging run!
Becky H
Star
5.0
Did the 30 Miles in 2019
I really enjoyed it, it was my first ultra and I cannot wait to get the next one booked. The organisation was fab, volunteers were all so lovely and the participants were amazing. My only negative was the medal, I would of loved a proper medal to hang with all my collection. T-shirt was lovely.<br />
4.5
2 reviews
SceneryStunning scenery
BicepFlexChallenging course
FriendlyFaceFriendly atmosphere
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Logistics and schedule

Schedule:

15:30 - 100 Mile Start (Friday 6th)

17:00 - 150 Mile Start (Friday 6th)

08:00 - 30 & 60 Mile Start (Saturday 7th)

Please make sure you arrive with plenty of time to find parking, get registered and warmed up before taking on this epic race.

Spectators

Spectators are more than welcome to come out and cheer you on as you tackle this adventure. However, please be aware that spectators are not allowed in the feed stations as it can cause chaos when too many people are around.

How to get there

25th Salendine Nook Scout Group Scout Hut, Gilead Rd, Huddersfield HD3 4XH, UK

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Address: 25th Salendine Nook Scout Group Scout Hut, Gilead Rd, Huddersfield HD3 4XH, UK

Parking: The White Rose Ultra has a very strict parking policy and poor parking can result in disqualification. Due to issues in the passed, when you register you will be asked for your vehicle number to verify you have not illegally parked. **No parking on Gilead Rd.**​

Please arrive early and find a race marshal to help you get parked appropriately.

Frequently asked questions
FAQ
Do I need to bring any paperwork with me to the White Rose Ultra?
Yes photo ID will be required; Driving licence, student id passport etc, at registration you will need to provide your name and address details & an emergency contact.
FAQ
Will there be cut-off times at the White Rose Ultra?
Yes - but they have not been updated for this year. Last year's cut-off times were as follows: 30 miles = 8 hours, that's 15 miles/4 hours 60 miles = 16 hours, that's 30 miles/8 hours 100 miles 32 hours, that's 50 miles 16 hours or if you do not reach the 60 mile point within 20 hours you will be DQ'd you are not going to magically run the final 40 miles in 10 hours are you?
FAQ
Do I need to have run an ultra before signing up to the White Rose Ultra?
You must have at least one finish recorded at a UK ultra on a distance of 70k or more on a comparable course, sorry no 'flat' ultras, the finish must be recorded between the dates of 1st November 2017 and October 2018 (yes the 2017 WRU 60 counts)
FAQ
How can I check race results for the White Rose Ultra?
Race results will be published within two days after the race ends on the event organiser's website.
FAQ
Is there an age restriction on The White Rose Ultra?
Yes, unfortunately nobody under the age of 18 is allowed to run this event due to insurance issues.
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