The NoMad Ultra Event has options of a 50 mile, 50km or Team Relay Challenge all taking part on the 22rd June.
Ultramarathons in Nottingham, East Midlands
The Peak District Challenge is like no other Ultra Challenge; starting finishing at our basecamp hub in Bakewell the Full 100K route takes a northern loop of the surrounding area known for it's outstanding natural beauty before returning back to our basecamp, marking the end of the challenge for some. Those on the Full 100K and 2nd Half will then venture out on a southern looped route exploring more of this incredible place. We've camping all weekend for you and your supporters it will be a weekend to remember!
An Exciting return to the newest addition on the Hobopace event calendar. This is a fully marked ultra on nice underfoot, runnable and scenic trails.
The route heads into Sherwood Forest to take in Robin Hoods homeland before returning back to South Wheatley. Relatively flat with no major climbs, just steady undulations on occasion, make it a fast course.
The individual event will hold six categories Senior Male, Senior Female, Veteran Male, Veteran Female, Male over 50 and Female over 50.
The UTPD is a tough event which covers some of the most beautiful and challenging scenery in the UK. At around 60 miles the route takes in some of the finest trails and climbs in the Peak District. The route has roughly 3222 metres of ascent and whilst there are no monster climbs the continued hilly nature of the course earmarks this race as a tough one to complete.
Please note that the UTPD is a qualifying race (4 points) for the Ultra Trail Du Mont Blanc
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What you need to know about Ultramarathons
An ultramarathon is any running race longer than a traditional marathon of 26.2 miles. Most of them take place on trails, often surrounded by spectacular scenery, and involve continuously stuffing your face to keep your body going mile after mile. At the extreme end, ultras can involve running more than 300km over multiple days through mountains, deserts, jungles and snow. But if this is your first ultra, you might want to start with something a little shorter, like a “gentle” 50km.