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The 64th Chevy Chase

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Saturday 3rd July 2021

Entries Open
Monday 15th March 2021 at 18:00
Entries Close
Sunday 27th June 2021
Entries so Far
200 Participants
Waiting List Entries
127 Participants
Entry Fees
Entry Fee   £25.00   
Entries Manager - Claire Riddell
07917 274110

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The Chevy Chase is a 20-mile journey through some of the finest upland scenery in Northumberland giving runners the opportunity to channel their energies into a rewarding and demanding personal challenge. You will need to be fit and sure footed, determined, and prepared for all weathers. Your route will take you deep into the heart of the “land of the far horizon”; you will summit both Cheviot 2,676 feet / 815m and Hedgehope 2,348 feet / 714m.

You will have the unrestrained freedom of the hills, the route is unmarked and you may choose your own path as long as the manned checkpoints are visited in the correct order. Only a short section is on road; the rest of your route follows tracks, footpaths, sheep paths and crosses rough fell. Although taking place in midsummer the sun is never certain to shine and low cloud is a distinct possibility therefore you must be able to navigate by map and compass.

Please note from 2017 there is no walking race option, and the completion time for all participants is 6 hours.

FRA safety standards will apply.

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