06 Jul 19
The Original and Legendary Corrieyairack Challenge.
Point to Point Mountain Duathlon & NEW FORMAT Mountain Bike Event.
Walk/Cycle and Run/Cycle
NEW CATEGORIES FOR 2019
Point to Point (MTB or X-Cross Bike) with option to switch to Road Bike at Melgarve.
Point to Point E Bike category with option to switch E Bikes or battery change at Melgarve.
Follow in the footsteps of Bonnie Prince Charlie over Scotland’s highest mountain road (2526ft).
The Corrieyairack Challenge demands respect and a special place in your heart. General Wade’s historic mountain pass was built by hand in 1731 and successfully defended by Bonnie Prince Charlie in 1745.
Join us for the 22nd Corrieyairack Challenge raising funds for people with disabilities to enjoy an outdoor holiday at Badaguish.
You can choose to walk-cycle, run-cycle, mountain bike (with bike change) or EBike (with bike/battery change) around the course, which includes an 11.5-mile hill section from Culachy, just outside Fort August, to Melgarve via the Corrieyairack Pass, and a 38.5-mile road section from Melgarve to Badaguish via Laggan, Kingussie and Insh. Those taking part will also get free pasta party, weekend camping and showers at Badaguish.
Entries are by single competitor – however you are encouraged to form or join a team in the interest of mountain safety. Please indicate on your entry by stating your team name or join an existing team.
Depart time: 7:00 am from Badaguish
Start time: 9:30 am from Fort Augustus
Start venue: Kilchuimen Cemetery entrance, just past Fort Augustus on the A82 Fort William road
Finish venue: Badaguish Outdoor Centre
Distance: Hill Section 13.5 miles, Cycle Section 38.5 miles
Entry fee: £68 per person
Opening date for entries: Friday 14th December 2018
Closing date for entries: Tuesday 2nd July 2019
MTB / Road Bike / X Bike / EBike - What's the best combo? You tell us?
Organisers say: “Enjoy the history, feel great and help raise funds for people with a disability to enjoy an outdoor holiday at Badaguish Cairngorm Outdoor Centre.”
Cancellation Policy: in the unfortunate event that you cannot take part in the race, your entry is not refundable or transferable to another year or person. Your fee will be treated as a donation to the Speyside Trust.
Sponsorship: this event is organised by the Speyside Trust, which provides holiday care for disabled adults and children at the Badaguish Outdoor Centre. All entry fees will be treated as donations to Speyside Trust, and we encourage entrants to raise money via sponsorship to provide respite care activity holidays at Badaguish.
Event Rules and Safety Guidance: you MUST read the event rules before entering the event.
For more specific information about the event visit our website