Thorpe, Ashbourne, Derbyshire DE6 2AW, UK

To allow for a speedy registration process - for teams, please come together to registration:

  1. Registration 1 desk: Get your race number
  2. Registration 2 desk: Get your hire dibber or connect & clear your own dibber to your entry


  1. Your team member (if you run in a team)
  2. Completed disclaimer form(s)
  3. If you haven't completed the disclaimer form before the race, you can fill one in at registration. You will need your car registration and emergency contact details at registration
  4. If you have your own dibber, bring it to registration
  5. Registration is in 2 steps, do NOT go to the start without completing both steps
  6. Bring your kit to registration as there will a mandatory kit check at registration​​

Postal entries download below & complete please
In by latest Thursday 5th April 2018


kit list

  • It is ok to bring dogs for this race, but please keep them on a lead and you are responsible for them (it is lambing season)

  • Navigational skills are required for this event

  • The start is in the centre of the village - please keep the noise down early in the morning

  • Steve Wilson from Grand Day Out Photography will be out on the fells again to capture your exploits and some of the scenery out on the course. Given the nature of the event, it is impossible for Steve to photograph everybody (not everybody is following the same route), but Steve is brilliant in choosing the best positions to photograph as many people as possible. Photographs can be purchased after the event from so you will be able to show your family and friends your experience of running over some of the UK's finest fells.

  • We are working with our ecologist David Broom to ensure we deliver sustainable events - please read his ecological assessment for the Glenridding event - interesting and important:

  • We are running our Mini Mountain Marathon under the rules and regulations of the Fell Runners association (FRA). Have a look on their website for requirements for runners. 

Registration is at the Glenridding Public hall, Glenridding, CA11 0PA Penrith, Cumbria. Look out for white and black Kong directional signs on the day. Registration opens at 7:30 am and closes at 10 am. The start is from the Public hall. Try to arrive at least 30 mins before you intend to run. At the start you will be given a water-resistant map and a control description / value sheet. 

We have organised event parking on the KING GEORGE V PLAYING FIELDS Off A592 Patterdale Penrith CA11 0NP (on the right further down the road after the Public hall towards Patterdale, the parking will be sign posted and marshals will direct you where to park - please follow their instructions). The cost is £3 per car. PLEASE BRING EXACT CHANGE. The money goes straight to the village. Please use this car park and do NOT park in the village.





The race is 4 hours of superb Open Access fell / trail running with navigation in a Mini Mountain Marathon type score format. Food (soup, bread and cakes) & hot drinks after the race is included. Enter as solos or pairs in a variety of age categories.

Prices are £22 per person via on line entry or £26 on the day. This includes water-resistant, full colour map, SPORTident chip timing and lunch. An electronic dibber can be hired for £2 per person if you don't own one yourself. For most races we do have entry on the day available, but as we might not have enough maps or electronic hire dibbers, it is best to call us on 07760 558031 or 07469 895267 or email us on to check if there are places available 

Weather conditions/postponements/entry fees: in the event of inclement weather, we will do our utmost to run the events but safety will not be compromised under any circumstances. Should we have to postpone an event all entries and fees will be transferred to a re-scheduled date; if you cannot make this date then entry fees will be held over as a credit towards future Mini Mountain Marathons OR refunds will be given less a 25% admin fee (to cover our ongoing event costs). 

Cancellations or transfers for injuries or other reasons: We don’t provide refunds and cancellations for any circumstances. Up to two weeks before the race it is possible to request a transfer to a future event in the same series (same year). After two weeks we can not honour transfers as most of the cost for the race will have been made.  

If you hire a dibber from us you are responsible to return it unharmed. If you loose a dibber we will have to charge you the replacement cost of one - £30. If you break a dibber we will charge half the cost of a replacement - £15. 

The category you fall in is determined based on your age on the first of January or the oldest runner in your pair. We also have an Under 23 category (based on the youngest runner in a pair), but the SiEntries system cannot apply more than one age rule. Therefore please let us know at registration and we will change the category for you.

Due to the high level nature of these events you MUST wear/carry the following items:

  • Boots or fell running shoes that in the organisers opinion are fully suitable for the type of rough terrain;
  • WATERPROOF whole body cover. 'Waterproof' means with taped seams, and not 'windproof';
  • Other body cover appropriate for the weather conditions;
  • Hat and Gloves;
  • Survival bag (it MUST be a bag and not simply a blanket), plastic or foil;
  • Compass suitable for navigating the course;
  • Whistle;
  • Watch;
  • Sufficient coins for telephone calls or a mobile phone;
  • A plentiful supply of liquid and food;
  • Race number - will be supplied on the day and need to be worn and visible!
  • Not mandatory, but consider micro spikes if there is snow expected on the hills

​Please do not skimp on equipment - Hypothermia is dangerous, it is not worth it !! Event marshals will not let you start or disqualify anyone who does not meet the equipment criteria. 

terms and conditions



start venue

The Kong Mini Mountain Marathon series 2018 comprises of four x 4 hour fell running & navigation events in North Wales, the Peak District and the Lake District (x2). Best 3 results count towards a final league score with great prizes (vouchers from our sponsor Kong Adventure). Each event is a challenging and testing event across moorland, fell or mountainous terrain. As it is a score event everybody can set out a route that matches their ability. Strong walkers are welcome. After the race there is plenty of time to share your stories with your fellow competitors over a hearty lunch with hot/cold drinks. Our homemade soup and specially the homemade cakes are well known.

The second race of the 2018 Series will be held on Sunday 8th April from Glenridding, Ullswater in the Lake District. A beautiful, wild and challenging area, including famous wainwrights like Helvellyn and Great Dodd. The views are amazing. Quite a lot of snow and ice when we recced the area, but hopefully that will be gone by April. 



Online entries via SIENTRIES 
Until Thursday evening 5th April 2018