Stone Cross to Lug Relay
- 3 legs of relay from Stone Cross to Lug
- Saturday 7 September, 2019
- Climb (m):
- Distance (km):
- Event Difficulty:
- 9 (3,3,3) - Difficult Terrain, >500M ascent, >10Km
- Race Marking:
- - Route not marked
- GPS Allowed:
- Route Description:
- Getting There:
c. 2k South of Stone Cross. Please see the map under the 'Maps' tab.Google Maps link to Start and Registration location: Seehan Forest
- Organisers Instructions:
All competitors, and particularly those who have not competed this year already, should READ the NEW REGISTRATION GUIDELINES.
We are NO longer accepting MONEY at races.
This is a Long Distance Open Mountain Unmarked Race. Every runner must have experience of navigation and must be able to use a compass.Registration for the Relay and Solo are now open under 'Purchase IMRA products'. The entry fee is EUR 7 for Solo and EUR 7 per team member doing the Relay (teams of 3 = EUR 21 per team).
Online registration will close on Thursday Sept. 5th at 18.00. Please note that for the Relay you must pre-register by this time, i.e. each team member must have paid online by then.
Solo runners must also pre register for this race by 6.00 pm Thursday 5th Sept.
Joint start for Solo and Relay at 08.00am. No early start. Registration will open just after 7am (please refer to 'Getting There' for location) and close at 7.50am. All runners must sign in before the start.
Leg 2 and 3 runners who are going directly to their changeover point can also sign in at these points. In the interest of safety, there will be cut offs at the changeovers.
Leg 1/2 changeover: 11.30. Leg 2/3 changeover: 14.30.
If a relay team is not in by the cut off time the next runner will start.
For solo runners drop bags will be brought to both hand overs and finish line, these bags should be clearly labelled with the runners name and the hand over point at which they are to be left. Relay runners are also welcome to check in bags at their start point and these will be brought to the finish of their leg, provided the bags are clearly labelled.
Important notice for those doing the Relay: No entries on the day, pre-registration only as per above. Each team, please email the following to jbhski at gmail dot com no later than 6pm on Thursday night. No team amendments after this
Captain's Phone number:
Leg 1 Runner (name and IMRA race number):
Leg 2 Runner (name and IMRA race number):
Leg 3 Runner (name and IMRA race number):
Mandatory Kit for both Relay and Solo runners:
- IMRA race number
- Rain proof jacket
- Hat or buff
- Mobile phone with IMRA emergency number (on back of your race number)
Additional Mandatory for Solo Runners
- Foil blanket
- Emergency Food
- Water (500ml min)
- Rain proof pants and long sleeve base layer
Leg 1: 13.18k Start 2km South of Stone Cross at Forest Entrance Grid-Ref : O-075-205 Seahan 648m Corrig 618m Seefingan 724m Kippure 757m End: Sally Gap crossroads.
Leg 2: 15.99k Start: Sally Gap crossroads Carrigvore 682m Gravale 718m Duff Hill 720m Mullaghcleevaun East Top 795m Mullaghcleevaun 849m Stoney Top 714m Tonelagee 817m End: Turlough Hill carpark
Leg 3: 20.15k Start: Turlough Hill carpark Communications Hut (Grid-Ref : T-063-983) 681m Conavalla 734m Table Track junction 690m (no requirement to go to cairn at Table Mountain) Camenabologue 758m Cannow 796m Lugnaquilla 925m Camarahill 480m Finish: Fenton's BarGoogle Maps link to Start of Leg 1 and Registration location: Seehan Forest
Google maps link to Leg 1/2 Changeover: Sally Gap
Google maps link to Leg 2/3 Changeover: Turlough Hill Carpark/Wicklow Gap
Google maps link to Leg Finish/Fentons: Fenton's Glen of Imall
The Results are no online. RESULTS 2015
2018 solo split times and relay results: RESULTS 2018
- Prizegiving Location:
Fentons PubFenton's Glen of Imall
You need to have done 2 non-running volunteer roles in a calendar year to qualify for end of year prize
Check with race director if they have a need for people volunteering and running. Race directors need a minimum number of people available throughout the race to make the race work so non-running volunteers are preferable. While it can be helpful, volunteering in a volunteer and race capacity does not count towards qualifying for end of year prize