Ultra X 110 England 2023

Ultra X 110 England takes place in the Peak District, the UK’s first National Park. Located at the southern edge of the Pennines, the Peak District National Park is an upland area characterised by vast green landscapes, rounded hills, plateaus, valleys, limestone gorges and gritstone escarpments.

The course consists of two loops (one each day), starting and finishing in the beautiful village of Edale set on the Pennine Way. Each loop takes participants through the surrounding hills and valleys past well know peaks such as Kinder Scout and over Mam Tor, with a combined total distance of 110km (68 miles).

There are two stages, Saturday and Sunday. The first stage is 60km and second is 50km. Both stages commence at 07:00. There are checkpoints stationed approximately 10km apart where competitors can access water, snacks, shelter, and if necessary, medical support.

Competitors will camp at Race HQ at Newfold Farm in Edale on Friday and Saturday nights, where they will have access to therapist treatment, medical care and hot water. If competitors would like to camp on Sunday night after the race they are welcome to do so.

The event is held under UK Athletics rules.

Entry Options

Individual Entry

Refunds/Transfers/Instalments

You can manage your entries in the section of your Racer Dashboard.

Instalment Plan

  • You may pay in equal instalments up to a either a maximum set by the organizer or monthly up to one month before the event, whichever is less.
  • There is an additional fee of 1% + £0.50 (inc VAT) for each instalment.
  • You are responsible for ensuring payments are made, missing payments may mean removal from the event and loss of any monies paid to date.
  • For more information on instalment plans see here.