UPDATE (December 13th): Damian Hall and Beth Pascall set a new Fastest Known Time for conquering Britain’s toughest trail on foot. So to mix things up for Cape Wrath, we’ve invited fellow Great Britain trail runner Beth Pascall (4th woman at the 2018 UTMB) along. Stuffing my cakehole is good practise for a 230-mile run, too. About two years ago I was scheming up winter adventure ideas with my good friends Ellie and Matt Green from Summit Fever Media. Ourea Events also organises the Dragon’s Back Race®, site ©2020 Cape Wrath Ultra® | photography ©Steve Ashworth / Jimmy Hyland / Rob Howard | video ©Steve Ashworth / SFM Films, Entries open May 1st 2019 - find out more. Sourlies bothy. I learned on February’s Ice Ultra, how much I like that: how silent snow makes the world, how pristine, how it makes you run faster (to stay warm), how much better tea tastes. It was an intense training block leading up to the world’s biggest 100+ mile race and psychologically I needed a break. And it’s not really a trail. December 4, 2018 Good kit’s important. In December 2018, Damian Hall and Beth Pascall attempted to break the Cape Wrath Trail self supported 'fastest known time' (FKT) of 7 days, 9 hours and 31 minutes. Though mainly to my waistline, as I won a huge cake no-one else in my family liked and I hate to see good food wasted. You’ll be carrying your pack for over 200 miles, so it’s a good opportunity to go … I imagine the LONG SLEEVE MERINO HOODIE which, it will be thrilled to know, is in my top-three favourite pieces of inov-8 clothing, will get some use. I can see the last aspect especially making me a bit grumpy. At 17:31 on Thursday 13th December 2019, the pair reached Cape Wrath and thereby set a new winter FKT of. All orders are custom made and most ship worldwide within 24 hours. Hardly good training for Cape Wrath, but a boost nonetheless. Widely regarded as the toughest trail in Britain, the Cape Wrath Trail extends from Fort William (near Ben Nevis, the highest peak in Britain) to Cape Wrath, the northwesternmost point in … The Cape Wrath Trail is not way-marked at any time and often you will find yourself in pathless terrain. Essential reading: The best treks in the world They run and hiked the 230-mile Cape Wrath Trail in Scotland in a time of 4 days, 9 hours and 43 minutes, bettering the previous record by a massive 3 days! Secondly, in doing so we would hopefully demonstrate how Britain – a comparatively small island with a lot of people on it – still has areas of magnificent wildness and unsettling remoteness. I haven’t attempted an FKT since my run along the 630-mile South West Coast Path in May 2016, which was a really memorable experience, but really tiring (averaging three hours’ sleep for 10 nights). The X-TALON 260 ULTRA – aggressive grip for soft and muddy ground plus a wider fit. It usually takes 2-3 weeks to complete and is considered the most difficult long-distance walk in the UK. Damian will also post updates on his Instagram and Strava account when phone signal allows. But the right mindset is probably more important. As my confidence grew, so did the scale of the coronavirus crisis. The route of the Cape Wrath Trail. Part of the Cape Wrath Trail in winter conditions. The Cape Wrath Trail travels up the west coast of Scotland, beginning in Fort William, and ending at Cape Wrath which is the northernmost point of Britain. Matt and Ellie, the award-winning film-makers who made Underdog, are bored of my dad jokes. We were delighted to support Beth Pascall and Damian Hall's self-supported winter fastest known time (FKT) attempt on the Cape Wrath Trail in December 2019. So I wanted to wait till I really felt an urge to lace up my running shoes again, which surprisingly, only took about a week. Other resources online make it sound incredibly hard, but I think it is manageable for any prepared hiker. High quality Upland gifts and merchandise. Damian en route to winning the 230km Ice Ultra in February 2018. Starting this Saturday (December 8th), ultra running friends Damian Hall and Beth Pascall hope to do it in less than seven days! *Timing courtesy of Open Tracking who provided the live tracking and timing for the attempt 9.12-13.12.2019, Did you know? Inspired designs on t-shirts, posters, stickers, home decor, and more by independent artists and designers from around the world. I walked the Cape Wrath Trail in the summer of 2017. The Cape Wrath Trail is acclaimed as Britain’s wildest, most remote and toughest trail. This time I may have to furtively transfer my custard rations into her pack so slow her down. I’ll likely take a THERMOSHELL PRO insulated jacket too, but hopefully won’t need to wear it much. The Cape Wrath Trail runs from Fort William to Cape Wrath on Scotland’s northwest coast, for approximately 280 miles. Overhaul your gear. The route is roughly 230 miles, and it took me 15 days to walk it north to south. There’ll be about six hours of daylight per 24. Starting in Fort William and finishing at Cape Wrath, the 400km, 8-day journey winds through the world's most inspirational landscapes including Knoydart, Kintail, Torridon, Assynt, and Sutherland. In another way though, she isn’t a good companion, because she’s nails and likely to show me up. This error message is only visible to WordPress admins. Mount Wilson Trail Race, May 26,2012, Sierra Madre California. Photo: Andy Jackson. Damian Hall finishing the 2018 UTMB in fifth place. I’ll also take EXTREME THERMO MITTS and EXTREME THERMO SOCKS. Damian Hall and Beth Pascall ran the 230-mile Cape Wrath Trail in north … Hopefully this jaunt will be mostly type one and two-level fun. Pack light. Starting at Fort William and heading inexorably north to the northwestern tip of Scotland, the Cape Wrath Trail is 230 miles long, with around 12,000m of ascent. Wildly remote and packing in around 12,000m of ascent, the 230-mile route usually takes trekkers around three weeks to complete. knocking almost 3 days off the previous known record of 7 days, 9 hours, 31 minutes. In 2020 I also walked a major part of it south to north on my Dover to Cape Wrath walk. It is a number of mapped routes through the western highlands between Fort William and Cape Wrath, following a mix of high and low quality jeep tracks, high quality footpaths, faint use paths, and off trail travel. The Cape Wrath Trail is a remote and challenging 200-mile hike through the Scottish Highlands. It made the Cape Wrath Trail seem all the more appealing; I felt more confident than ever that this would be the attempt that took me all the way to Cape Wrath’s storm-blown lighthouse. Part of the Cape Wrath Trail in winter conditions. The current recognised fastest known time was set in April this year by Poland’s Przemek Szapar, who clocked seven days, nine hours and 31 minutes (more details here). Iain has found a good balance between guiding the reader in rough terrain and offering challenging or safer alternatives. Photo: Mikkel Beisner. The Cape Wrath Trail from Fort William to the northwestern tip of Scotland is regarded as Great Britain’s toughest trail. Ben Turner is looking to break the record for the Cape Wrath Trail. I was in third place, hurting, but desperate to hold onto the last podium spot. The Cape Wrath Trail doesn’t exceed 750 metres of elevation at any point – but you’re not in for an easy ride. Running duo attempt to break 230-mile Cape Wrath Trail record. So when I get in trouble she’ll know which pills to give me to end it all (unless I’ve told too many dad jokes, then she might not). We don’t know yet what the weather will bring, but I’m hoping for colder temperatures and snow. I’m a little bit frightened. Instead of taking yet another bus all the way to Cape Wrath, we walked about 8km along a dirt road through MOD territory to Kearvaig bothy, which is an absolutely lovely place to start your journey and is located about 3km before the official start of the Cape Wrath Trail. Comments (0) There are longer UK trails, but none avoid civilisation to the same extent. Kit: TERRAULTRA G 260, TRAIL SHORTS, TEE. It usually takes trekkers around three weeks. To spice things up a bit, we’ll also be trying to set a new Fastest Known Time (FKT). 27th January 2019. The route is often many hours’ walk from a road, there’s little to no phone signal (both a good but also potentially bad thing) and river crossings can get pretty serious (people have gone for their last swim in them). Photo: Mikkel Beisner. I’m going to regret that sentence, aren’t I? 13th November 2020. Midges prefer dark colours to light ones, so why they make black head nets (and more to the point, why I bought one) is a mystery. We knew that idea would be hard to top. Cape Wrath Trail – Fastest Known Time April 2020 My name is Ben Turner, an adventure athlete currently training to break the Fastest Known Time of the Cape Wrath Trail (CWT) in Scotland. All Posts, Athlete Stories, UPDATE (December 13th): Damian Hall and Beth Pascall set a new Fastest Known Time for conquering Britain’s toughest trail on foot. The Cape Wrath Trail is notoriously wild, remote and inhospitable, the terrain it winds through is regarded as the last true wilderness in Britain. She was in fourth place overall, as fresh as a daisy and speeding up. No big mileage, just pootling along at around 50 miles a week with some longer bimbles in the Brecon Beacons carrying a pack. I couldn’t run for seven weeks afterwards. Cape Wrath Trail is a hiking route that runs through the Scottish Highlands and along the west coast of Scotland. * Damian Hall and Beth Pascall will start their Cape Wrath Trail FKT attempt on the morning of Saturday December 8th. In winter.”  We stopped scheming immediately. Day 2: Kearvaig Bothy - Sandwood Bay I clung on. The CWT is more of a route than a trail because it’s not blazed or way-marked and because you can connect the endpoints using any sequence of trails, 4×4 tracks, paths, roads, or off-trail segments to connect the two endpoints. Questions about the hike? Highlights of my CWT hike in February 2019. The Glenfinnan Viaduct, the first landmark along the Cape Wrath Trail. The Cape Wrath Trail is regarded as the toughest long-distance route in Britain and offers unparalleled freedom and adventure to the experienced and self-sufficient backpacker prepared to walk for many days in remote wilderness. The Cape Wrath Trail is often referred to as Britain’s toughest long distance trail, and is an unofficial route through some of the most spectacularly wild … Please go to the Instagram Feed settings page to connect an account. There’s no waymarking, it’s not on OS maps and there’s not really an official route; we’ll follow the one suggested by Iain Harper in his excellent Cicerone guidebook, Walking The Cape Wrath Trail. The Cape Wrath Trail is a 230 mile, 3-week challenge through wild and magnificent landscapes, such as Morar, Knoydart, Torridon and Assynt. In one way she’s an excellent companion, because she’s a doctor. Unless things get ridiculous, a cold snap may also mean better underfoot conditions and less hazardous river crossings. Photo by Iain Harper (Walking The Cape Wrath Trail). I’m really liking the new X-TALON 260 ULTRA shoes too, which, with an aggressive grip for soft ground and a wider fit, are designed for just this sort of thing. The book A comprehensive guide to the Cape Wrath Trail, one of the most challenging long distance walks in the UK, published by Cicerone and now in a fully updated Second Edition. At the end of a long and (truthfully) somewhat boring walk along Loch Eil’s southern shore, I finally reached a point where I could leave the asphalted road behind and start heading north along a … Photo by Iain Harper (Walking The Cape Wrath Trail). And thirdly… wait, er, who exactly is going to run it? I’ve had a decent rest, I think, since Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc (ed – Damian finished 5th at UTMB). An ex-solider is attempting to smash the current record for the time taken to navigate a tough Highland route by more than 40 hours. But that may depend on what the weather wants to fling at us. Cape Wrath Trail Tip 4 – take seven days’ food Cape Wrath Trail Tip 5 – Wear a Green Midge Head Net. Get To Grips With Trail Running – A Beginner’s... Jasmin Paris becomes first woman to win Spine Race... Running duo attempt to break 230-mile Cape Wrath Trail record, Nicky Spinks Completes Double Ramsay Round, Zegama: A Mountain Running Race Like No Other, 30 New Year’s Resolutions to help motivate, from inov-8 ambassadors. The Cape Wrath Trail does not offer hikers the luxury of certainty: flexibility is a critical part of the trailblazer’s mountain kit. Starting on Thursday 6 th May from Banavie station Fort William and reaching Cape Wrath late morning on Tuesday 18 th May. The rest of it, I can’t wait for. It’s all Ellie’s fault. We’re primarily running the Cape Wrath Trail to have an adventure, to explore somewhere new, to get our wildness hit (even if much of it will be in the dark). I’m sad it’s over. At the finish she looked like she hadn’t broken sweat. Nonetheless, my trip was amazing! Follow the live tracker map. At 17:31 on Thursday 13th December 2019, the pair reached Cape Wrath and thereby set a … We were delighted to support Beth Pascall and Damian Hall's self-supported winter fastest known time (FKT) attempt on the Cape Wrath Trail in December 2019. We’re all passionate about showcasing this country as a place for genuine adventure (we met on the Spine Race after all). Beating the freezing temperatures – and the competition – at the Ice Ultra in the Arctic wilderness. Mount Wilson Trail Race, May 26,2012, Sierra Madre California ... How NOT to do the Cape Wrath Ultra (250 miles in 8 … What’s the difference? Cape Wrath / ˈ r æ θ / (Scottish Gaelic: Am Parbh, known as An Carbh in Lewis) is a cape in the Durness parish of the county of Sutherland in the Highlands of Scotland.It is the most north-westerly point in mainland Britain. A guidebook to the Cape Wrath Trail, a long-distance trek through the Scottish Highlands from Fort William to Cape Wrath. We plan to get some shut-eye in bothies. I had a chance to see parts of the Cape Wrath Trail that I love (Knoydart and Torridon), enjoyed the physical and mental challenge and managed to write a guide for planning a trip on the CWT.. I’m nervous about the rivers. On the 2015 Spine Race, we ran most of the second half of the race in close proximity. The current FKT, set by Poland’s Przemek Szapar in April this year, is seven days, nine hours and 31 minutes. Covering 330km (205 miles), the Cape Wrath Trail twists over Britain’s wild northwest from Fort William to Cape Wrath, the most north-westerly point of the British mainland. It’s not actually a trail though, but a route. Dry shelter and wet company. I can’t wait for all the glorious ouchy stuff, a proper British winter adventure, to begin. Photo: Dave MacFarlane. Map used courtesy of Walking The Cape Wrath Trail. Kit will be key and I have a feeling I’ll be grateful of my PROTEC-SHELL jacket and new WINTER TIGHTS, which worked really well at the Ice Ultra. To make things even harder, Damian and Beth (photographed above in The Alps this summer) are making their attempt in winter. Still. Oh pants. Running Cape Wrath. A cheeky little record is just a bonus.”. Now I’m a freelance, I can (kind of) afford to allow myself time to complete the Trail in my own time, at a pace that suits the conditions and my own fitness. This is my Cape Wrath Trail, which I walked alone and unsupported in 2004. Since then I’ve mostly been just running for fun. And when we get to Cape Wrath, we’ll probably need to cover another 15 miles on foot to get to the nearest road. They run and hiked the 230-mile Cape Wrath Trail in Scotland in a time of 4 days, 9 hours and 43 minutes, bettering the previous record by a massive 3 days! Ben’s run will be filmed for a feature length documentary by McGrath Digital Media, fulfilling a long-held dream of his to create a high quality story around one of his crazy projects, to share a positive message and encourage people to do good. The unmarked path winds 230 miles northwards from Fort William through some of Britain’s most rugged terrain to reach the lighthouse at Cape Wrath, which is the most north-westerly point on the UK mainland. Kit: WINTER TIGHT, EXTREME THERMO MITTS. Crossing such empty country, it is for the experienced backpacker only. We’ll be self-supported, meaning we can visit the very few shops en route, but though Matt and Ellie are meeting us at intervals to point cameras at us, they won’t be giving us any supplies or any other advantages. Damian said: “A brilliant few days exploring the golden glens and glorious remoteness of the Scottish Highlands. Two runners have completed the UK’s toughest long-distance trail in a record-breaking time. It takes place annually in Here’s what to expect: 1.Wet feet I kept a daily log on the walk and in the months that followed I expanded this into a … There are many variations. Encouragingly I won a local seven-mile multi-terrain race here in Wiltshire. Regarded as the UK’s toughest trail, the CWT is 230 miles through the remote North West Highlands of Scotland from Fort William to Cape Wrath. This book definitely does justice to the tough character of the trail. But a big bit excited. inov-8 ambassador Damian has penned the following blog post in advance of the epic run. And it’s not really a trail. From Fort William in the south to Cape Wrath on the far northwestern tip of Scotland. The Cape Wrath Ultra® is Scotland’s finest multi-stage ultra running event. The Cape Wrath Trail is the expedition of a lifetime, traversing 200 miles of Scotland's wildest and most beautiful country. Firstly, we didn’t know of anyone who’d run the Cape Wrath Trail in winter – probably for good reason. 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