Starting at Sheilstown Forest 50 Miles away runnng North to the finish at St. Columba's College Grounds.
You will have the exquisite challenge of climbing the peaks across some of the most spectacular scenery Ireland has to offer.
You can enjoy the stunning views across the Garden Of Ireland along this scenic route.
Mud, Big Rocks, Little Rocks, Some Dirt with Rocks, Rocks with Dirt, Gravel with Rocks, Rocks with little Rocks, a few Tree Roots, Rivers, Boulders, Tunnels of Ferns, Heather and some Grassy Trail sections.
The WW50 Mile Course has plenty of downhill sections to match the tough climbs.
There is a fantastic mixture of terrain. Plateaus, very fast flat, fast technical trail, fun fast downhill and a scenic uphill.
All the terrain needed for a great Trail Race
The course is very challenging but makes up for it with scenic routes, short stretches of cross-country and rugged trails. These courses, while challenging, are intended to provide a sense of accomplishment among all who enter. This course has steep sustained climbs that will force all participants to speed-hike or walk.
You are rewarded with a downhill finish overlooking Dublin City.
There will be 100 places for the event on open registration. Places are open on a first come, first served basis. Entrants must meet the minimum qualification standard below in order to apply. There will be a wait list in operation, once the initial places are taken.
Entry fee for the 100 Mile is Ä115 plus a card fee taken by the registration company.
Entry fee for the 50 Mile is Ä95 plus a card fee taken by the registration company.
In order to enter you must have completed a minimum of a 50 mile distance race for the 100 Mile and a 50k for the 50 Mile between 1st January 2014 and race day. As organisers, we reserve the right to refuse anybody entry who does not meet this standard. Unqualified runners may enter but will be contacted weeks prior to race to verify qualification.
START/ FINISH LOCATION
Race HQ is at the new Venue St. Columba's College.
The 100 Mile Race Starts and Finishes here on the College Grounds. Starting on Friday at 2pm. Registration is from 12pm to 1.30pm.
The 50 Mile Race starts at 8am Saturday morning. A coach will take runners from St. Columba's College to the starting point at Shielstown Forest. Registration is from 5am to 6am. Bus leaves at 6.30am sharp.
We have Parking, Toilets, Showers and a nice Heated Marquee at the College.
A map of the route can be found on the bottom of this page with Aid Station Locations.
Runners must finish within the 40 hour time limit. There are strict cut offs at every aid station on route, designed with the purpose of keeping runners on course to finish within the 40 hour limit.
Wicklow Way Trail Ultra Medal & Race Shirt to all finishers.
Trophies will be awarded to first place male and female in both Races.
There will be 4 aid stations f0r the 50 Mile and 8 Aid Stations for the 100 Mile on the course. Aid stations carry as a minimum: water, coke, chocolate, sweets, fruit, and other sweet and savoury snacks. Some of the aid stations will have hot food and Hot Drinks.
Drop Bags must be deposited at the race HQ on race day. They must be labelled with your name and aid station which it is to go to. Runners need to leave a different drop bag for each aid station. Each bag will be transported to the aid station listed and then the finish. Finish line bags will be taken directly to the finish only.
The Wicklow Way is a National Waymarked Trail and is marked by permanent national trail marker posts. Look out for the little Yellow Man.
In addition to the fixed markers as above, the course will also be marked with reflective red, white and silver tape and marker arrows.
It is always possible that course markers may be removed or vandalised, in which case runners may well need to use the National Trail marker posts and maps as the guide.
It is the runners responsibility to navigate the course successfully, with or without course markings. We strongly recommend that you take the time to recce the route before race day & carrying a map and compass are highly recommended for the event in case of an emergency.
100 mile runners are permitted pacers from mile 50 aid station at Shielstown Forest Entrance. Pacers must travel on foot only. Runners are permitted multiple pacers throughout the last 49 miles but only one may travel with the runner at any one time.
50 Mile Runners are permitted to have pacers from Crone Wood Aid Station.
Runners are allowed to have a crew. We encourage runners to have a crew when available. This a tough course and a helping hand can make a massive difference on race day.
There will be a dedicated team of race medics available throughout the duration of the weekend. If you suffer an injury or accident that warrants direct medical attention, the medics will be on hand to provide you with exactly that. Due to the nature of the course ie. some off road, the medics may take some time to reach you, or potentially be out of contact tending to other runners. In those instances you should contact the emergency services on 999. If you are injured but able to walk, please make your way to the nearest aid station where there will either be a medic, or an aid station captain will immediately get in touch with medical care should you require it/ arrange for transport out. If you suffer a severe injury or encounter someone in serious difficulty please call both 999 for emergency ambulance services and the course medics.
The weather in December is extremely variable and can include anything from snow to heavy rain or bright sunshine. Be prepared for all conditions.
There will be kit checks prior, during and after the race. Runners must carry the following mandatory equipment at all times. A time penalty of one hour will be imposed for any item found to be missing at any point on course.
Fully Charged Mobile Phone including the numbers for the Race Medic and Race Director (on the number you have given at registration)
Water Bottles/Bladder capable of carrying a minimum of 1 litre.
Survival Blanket: 1.4m x 2m minimum
Waterproof Jacket: Gore-tex or similar, minimum 10000mm+ & must have sealed seams.
Headtorch or Primary Light Source
Back Up Light source - Minimum 25 Lumens
Warm Hat - Beanie Hat or Buff (either are accepted)
Base layer or fleece top - This must be carried separately from the start and kept dry, for use only in an emergency. Starting in 2 layers is not a substitute.
Route Map - Should be a hard copy that you are able to navigate from and not a map on your phone
Compass - This should be a separate physical compass and not electronic/ on your phone.
Raw ultra organiseert in 2017 de volgende wedstrijden:
Vartry 100 Mile Fri 14th & Sat 15th April 2017
Vartry 50 Mile and 50 km Sat 15th April 2017
Ridge Ultra Challenge 112 Miles Sat 27th May 2017
Western Way 100 Mile Fri 30th June & Sat 1st July 2017
Western Way 50 Mile Saturday 1st July 2017
Venus Ultra 50 Mile Sat 2nd September 2017
Wicklow Way 100 Mile Fri 1st Sat 2nd December 2017
Wicklow Way 50 Mile Sat 2nd December 2017
datum en andere gegevens voorbehouden.
Neem altijd contact op met de organisator voor inschrijving en actuele informatie.