All the results from the Skyline Scotland sky and trail races across the two-day festival
Salomon Skyline Scotland® 2020 will deliver a combination of ‘skyrunning’ and trail races, with varied opportunities to take part in the growing festival.
It was Skyline Scotland this weekend and it delivered three days of incredible racing, a buzzing event village and 3 new trail races.
This weekend it’s one of the highlights of the race calendar, Skyline Scotland. And this year it’s bigger and more exciting than ever!
3 new trail races have been launched at Skyline Scotland, bringing the total of races there to 7 with something for every runner!
Entries open on February 5th for the 2019 Skyline Scotland running festival. As ever top mountain runners from all over the world are expected to take part in these exciting races.
It was Skyline Scotland at the weekend, comprising the VK, ultra, Ring of Steall and Glen Coe Skyline. Here’s a round-up of all the action.
This weekend sees the greatest mountain runners on the planet descending on Glen Coe to take part in Salomon Skyline Scotland.
The Seven Sisters Skyline race opens the Mountain Running World Cup series this weekend.
Details of Salomon Skyline Scotland’s two new Spartan Trail World Championship races
There’s an exciting new event on the calendar this year – Snowdon Skyline! Find out more about this race and how the organiser devised it.
WIN: We are be delighted to offer you 12 Trail Race entries (4 for each distance 5/10/18km) from our friends at Skyline Scotland 2020. Simply email us to enter the draw.
Name any type of endurance running, and there’s a good chance that Ragna Debats has won something in it.
Perhaps the purest of all the uphill-only races is the vertical kilometre. La Sportiva has designed a shoe with these races in mind – the VK Boa
We spoke to top ultra and mountain runner Donnie Campbell about endurance, motivation, exploring your limits and his future racing plans.
This weekend Jonathan Albon stands to become the first millionaire obstacle course racer at the Spartan Ultra World Championships in Iceland
Do you love hills? Do you like to suffer? We suggest some uphill only races to try!