Runner information and FAQs
Have a questions about the event? Check out our frequently asked questions…
Runners must be aged 18 or over on the day of the event.
Entries will close at 10:00am on Wednesday 16th October 2024, or when entries reach the maximum number of 550, whichever comes first.
You will receive email confirmation of your entry. Please also check this website and our social media channels regularly for further information. Final instructions will be sent on Wednesday 16th October 2024, after entries close.
We will send out a final instructions email on Wednesday 16th October which will include the information you need to register.
You will need to collect your race number and timing chip when you register before the event.
Registration will be open from 08:00 – 10:00am on the morning of the event at the New Dungeon Ghyll Hotel, Langdale.
This may be possible before the closing date. Please contact us to discuss. Please contact the Brathay Running team here.
Car parking is available in the Great Langdale valley close to the event centre. There are three car parks:
1. Event field: £5. This will open at 7.30am.
2. National Trust Pay & Display car park: £7 up to 4hrs; £8.50 all day.
3. Lake District National Park Pay & Display car park: £6 up to 4hrs; £8 all day. (This may have changed).
There are no changing facilities. There will be limited bag storage for those who arrive by public transport in a tent at the event centre.
The race will start at 10:30am.
Details of the route can be found above on the event page.
The time limit for completion of the course is 6hrs 30mins.
There is no provision for picking up tired or injured runners except for in exceptional circumstances.
The refreshment stations are located at:
- Refreshment station 1 at 2.4 miles
- Refreshment station 2 at 5.5 miles
- Refreshment station 3 at 10 miles
- Finish line
All will have water and Voom Hydrate electrolyte drink in cups.
Yes – thank you! We rely on volunteers to ensure the day runs smoothly and there are various roles available. To request more information please complete our volunteer enquiry form.
Unfortunately you can’t run with a dog.
The wearing of headphones (in-ear or over), or similar devices, (other than those medically prescribed), is not permitted. Runners can run with bone conducting headphones.
No facilities are available at the event centre.
The awards ceremony will be at the event centre beginning at 1:00pm. Trophies and prizes will be awarded to the race winners and to the winners of the following age categories:
A full set of results will be available shortly after the race on the Brathay Challenges website and via post event newsletters and social media. All runners who complete the Langdale Half Marathon will receive a medal.