Cressbrook Crawl Fell Rac

The Cressbrook Crawl is the annual registered FRA fell race which takes place in early May. The course starts and finishes at Cressbrook Club, and is essentially a loop around the Wye Valley.  Click here for a Fell Race Map

 


Date & Time

Sat 11th May 2019 at 10:45

Region

Peak District

FRA Category

BM

Distance

10.5km / 6.5m

Climb

350m / 1148ft

Venue

Cressbrook Club, Cressbrook, SK17 8SX.

Start between telephone box and War Memorial

Grid ref

SK170731

Registration from

midnight Sat 6th April 2019 via fabian4.co.uk

Minimum age

18

Pre-entry

£7.00 at fabian4.co.uk - closes midnight 6/5/2019

Entry on day fee

not available

Maximum Entries

150 runners

 

Other info:

Parking limited, so share cars. Event car park is beside the mill in valley bottom, at least 15min walk so take everything you need with you up hill to register and start.

Changing room in Cressbrook Social Club next to Start.

Pint of Peak Ales beer for all runners and marshals.

Lunch available after race - £5 prepay at registration.

Contact the Race Organizer for anything Lost or Found.

Race Organizer:  Caroline Brunt

cressbrook66@gmail.com
01298 872025

Cressbrook Crawl 2018

Clear blue sunny skies greeted what had been billed as the tenth anniversary Cressbrook Crawl Fell Race, though as past records were pasted up, we noticed it was actually the eleventh event - Whoops… Online pre-registration resulted in the race being full, so on the day we could relax a bit and everyone could enjoy the uniquely friendly village atmosphere and our glorious white peak landscape at its best. In the event, 128 runners set off past the church and through meadows dotted with purple orchids and cowslips down to the first river Wye crossing and up the big hill opposite

 

The event is a big day in our village calendar, and virtually everyone is involved either with parking, signs, marshaling or catering for the excellent lunch we provide. Although there is a fierce runners’ competition, the abiding memories of the day are of people helping each other. Early arrivals helped put up the Peak Ales’ and the finish funnel. One entrant discovered he had forgotten his trainers, so another lent him a pair. Another strayed off route, only to be shouted back on course by other runners. The First Aider was kept busy with cuts and scrapes caused by the hard rutted terrain. An impromptu outside cold shower was made available for those that wanted to rinse off before dining. Later, whenever race officials started a clearing up task, tired runners would help without being asked. A fabulous day for all concerned which raised a significant amount to help maintain our 150 year old community building. Thank you to all runners for your support and jolly compan

Caroline Brunt, Race Organizer

Photos of 2018 Race

The start of the race
First man home
Runners arrive at the finsh

Results

2013 Race Results

2014 Race Results

2015 race results

2016 Race Results

2017 Race Results

2018 Results