Carrauntoohill East

Carrauntohill (East from Cronins yard)
Kerry
Sunday 16 July, 2017
13:00
1100
15.00
10 (Extreme) - Extreme, >1,000M ascent or > 30Km
Route not marked - Route not marked
Munster Championship
Starting from Cronin's Yard the race will climb gradually through Hag's Glen until almost the bottom of the Devil's Ladder, here the route bears left (the only part of the course marked), and find the Zigzag path to take up on steep uphill singletrack and emerge close to the summit of Cnoc Na Toinne. Bear right and run the ridge, dropping into the col between it and Carrauntohill. From here head straight to the summit of Carrauntohill and return via same route.

Ps: a cut off time of 1 hour 15min will be imposed at the top of the Zigzag Path. If you have not reached it by then, turn back as race will take you much over 4 hours.


Cronin's Yard, Co. Kerry
This race is open to all and the cost is €10. There is no online pre-registration available. Please arrive at least 30 mins before race start time to give time for race registration.

If you have already run an IMRA race this year, bring the race number given to you at that race as it is valid for the full year.

However, if this is your first IMRA race this year, you must purchase yearly IMRA membership for €10 per person. Please download the membership form, and fill it out beforehand to speed up registration (they will be available on the day too). You will then be given a race number that is used for other IMRA races this year.

This is a tough course on very technical and challenging terrain. Please use common sense when deciding to enter.

Mandatory kit on the day is: Waterproof jacket, phone (working), foil blanket. No exceptions!

Recommended: water & some form of calories.


Cronin's Yard Tea Rooms
 

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