Is the route marked?
Yes. The north of the trail is clearly signposted via the Great Glen Way markers. The south side is clearly marked via the South Loch Ness Way markers. Any deviations and where these two trails connect will be clearly marked out.
Can I run with my dogs?
Unfortunately dogs are not allowed
How long has this event been happening?
This is the first year for the Loch Ness 360 Challenge
Who are the event organisers?
The event is organised by Visit Inverness Loch Ness with support of No Fuss Events
What age do you have to be to enter the events?
The minimum age is 18 for all events
Am I allowed a pacer?
No pacers are allowed
Are the routes marked out?
The routes follow the Great Glen Way and South Loch Ness Trail, both of which are well sign posted. There will be additional event directional indicators along the route
I can’t navigate or use a map, does this matter?
The route is suitable for runners and riders that cannot map read
Do you provide refreshment?
Yes, during the races there will be well stocked aid stations
What do I get for the entry fee?
Event registration and organisation, electronic timing and results, marked out routes and marshalling, refreshments, event information pack, bespoke item of race clothing, event completion medal, first aid cover
What winners do you recognise?
1st, 2nd and 3rd male and female across all age categories
How do you time the events?
Electronic timing using a chip system
Can I transfer my places or request a refund?
No transfers permitted, 50% refund up to 6 weeks prior, no refunds after this time
Can I amend details of my race entry?
Yes – this is possible through the SI Entries system
Can I walk the event?
Yes as long as you complete the route within cut-off times – there will be no exceptions on the cut-offs
Do I have to be an experienced competitor?
No, as long as you have done sufficient training for the race distances and terrain
Are there cut off times for the events?
Yes – full details are available in the Event Information
When will final details be sent out?
Event details will be regularly updated on the event website and final updates will be will sent a minimum of 2 weeks prior
What are the car parking facilities?
Car parking will be available at Dores from Thursday 28th May and limited car parking at other overnight stops.
Where are the checkpoints and what is available at each?
Checkpoint details will be posted on the event website and in final event pack
The event shows full, can I still get a place?
Please join the waiting list and we will contact you if there are drop outs
Do you provide cups?
As a green event, we will not be providing plastic cups at the event. Please bring a re-usable bottle that you can re-fill during the race
Do I really have to bring the mandatory kit?
Yes – kit checks will be carried out and participants without any mandatory items will be withdrawn from the event
Do I need to bring food/drink?
Your event price includes refreshments. We provide drinks and snacks. For the ultramarathon we have a ‘drop box’ for you to leave you own food/drink and other items that will be delivered to your choice of checkpoint
Can I guarantee to get the right shirt/top/t-shirt size?
We aim to provide all participants with the shirt size requested
Can I volunteer to help?
Yes – all volunteers are welcome. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Can I wear headphones?
No – for health and safety, headphones are not permitted
When will you send me my race number?
Race numbers will not be sent in advance, these will be collected at registration on the day
Will you take photos/video?
Yes, there will be an official event photographer and videographer. Your individual images will be available shortly after the event
When will I get my results?
Your time will be available as you cross the line and full results available within 24 hours
What happens if I retire mid-race?
Nearest marshal – contact event organisers
I still have a question
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