On line entry is now closed and no substitutions can be made on Race Day

The many hundreds of hours we spend verifying entries is critical to the safe running of the race - DO NOT ATTEMPT TO ENTER THE RACE USING ANOTHER RUNNER'S IDENTITY - impersonation will result in a ban for the impersonator and the original runner

Please ensure that you carefully read the Race Information pages - especially the section of the Rules page regarding equipment:

You MUST carry the following equipment: a compass, map of the full route (minimum 1.50,000 scale) whistle, wind and waterproof jacket with hood and trousers (full body cover), hat, gloves and emergency food (gel, chocolate bar or similar). It is also strongly recommended that you carry a space blanket in cold, wet weather. These will be checked at the start and may be checked at other points on the course with additional checks for the first 10 male and female finishers. If you are found without any of the required equipment you will be disqualified.

Click here for further details together with the FRA Requirements for Runners and hypothermia

Race Numbers

Click here to check your Race Number - please ensure you bring this number plus proof of identity to Race Registration in the main marquee - open from 07:30am to 10:00am on Saturday 27th April 2019

Car Parking

Is £3.00 per car at Horton and free at Ribblehead (there is no parking at Hill Inn, Chapel le Dale and there is a waiting restriction order in place) – please try and bring exact change as this greatly speeds up the parking process (unfortunately we are unable to accept cheques or debit/credit cards) this fee goes directly to the Horton Playing Fields Association.

Click here for parking location maps.

Information and Registration

An information desk will be in the main event marquee for any help you require on the day and you will be directed to the registration desks and dibber check


Please do not forget to pick up your pre-purchased T-shirts from the merchandising stand

Morning Refreshments

Bacon sandwiches, snacks, hot and cold drinks will be available in the main marquee from 08:00

Live Race Timing

SPORTident will again be providing live timing updates as the race progresses click here to open tracking in a new window.




Welcome message from INOV-8


We are delighted to be sponsoring the iconic Three Peaks Race for a third year. The 2018 race was a hugely enjoyable event and we’re eagerly looking forward to our return to Horton-in-Ribblesdale. Working alongside Pete Bland Sports, we will be out in force at the 65th annual running of the event, so watch out for us in the start/finish field and up on the peaks. Also joining us will be several inov-8 ambassadors, including Victoria Wilkinson, who  in 2017 smashed the women’s Three Peaks Race course record in one of best individual performances by a fell runner in the sport’s history.

Operating in over 60 countries, we pride ourselves on designing high quality, innovative products that deliver best grip and unrivalled performance. Our origins and footprints remain firmly etched into the muddy British fells but over the years we have optimised our products to meet the needs of the many terrains we have travelled.

We know fell running is tough, not just on the body but on your shoes too, so for 2019 we have launched the new MUDCLAW G 260 with graphene-enhanced rubber grip. Get insane sticky grip AND increased durability – all in one revolutionary rubber. No compromise.

#GetAGrip #WorldsToughestGrip  

Three Peaks Race - The Marathon with Mountains


The Three Peaks Race traverses the famous Yorkshire Dales mountains of Pen-y-ghent, Ingleborough and Whernside is one of the oldest, most famous and best organised fell races in Britain.

First run in 1954, the Race covers 37.4 kilometres with 1608 metres of ascent and descent over the most rugged and spectacular countryside in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, taking competitors to a height of 723 metres above sea level.

The men's course record is held by English international Andy Peace of Bingley Harriers, who completed this gruelling challenge in 2 hours 46 min. 03 sec in the 1996 race.

The women's record of 3 hours 9 min 19 sec is held by English international Victoria Wilkinson in the 2017 race.



We look forward to welcoming you to Yorkshire.


prize draw

1 week half board in the French Alps for £1 ??


Our generous sponsors Gary and Debbie Devine, are offering 1 week half board at Alps Haven, a wonderful catered chalet in the French Alps (to the value of £525)  

To be in with a chance of winning a great weeks holiday purchase draw tickets for only £1 when you enter the race via the Sportident on-line entry page.

If you're not racing but still want to be in with a chance of winning you will be able to buy tickets from the Merchandising stand in the main marquee on race day Saturday 27 April 2019.

The prize draw will take place on race day - just before the race prize presentation (around 4pm) in the main marquee.

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New Qualifying Races Added

The following Trail Races have been added to the qualifying race List:

  • Snowdon Trail Running Challenge Marathon

  • Exmoor Trail Running Challenge Marathon

  • Dartmoor Trail Running Challenge Marathon

  • Lulworth Cove Marathon

  • South West Coast Trail Marathon

  • Brecon Beacons Trail Running Challenge Marathon

  • Wooler Trail Marathon

  • Exmoor Stagger

  • Dales Trail 42km

  • Scafell Pike Trail Marathon

Full list on the Entry Qualification page →

Race History

Find out about the race History and Organisation.

Learn More →

In this rare video interview with Victoria Wilkinson, the ladies course record holder (3hrs 9mins) reveals how best to train for the Three Peaks Fell Race if you have limited time PLUS top tips for speed sessions and generally ensuring you have a successful race.

Welcome to our new sponsor Alps Haven

A catered Alpine chalet in the Savoie region of the French Alps. Perfectly located in the Tarentaise valley, an idyllic location for year round holidays. Owned and run by Gary Devine (a former British and English fell running champion) along with his wife Debbie and family.

Read more on their sponsor page →

Race report  Click image or link below for the 2018 Race Report   Race Report →

Race report

Click image or link below for the 2018 Race Report

Race Report →

Race entries

Ready to take the challenge? Check the entry qualifications.

Find Out How →

Wherever you live, mountains or no mountains, here's your essential guide to the famous 23mile Yorkshire 3 Peaks Fell Race with training advice from regular runners and elite athletes including 2017 ladies' course record breaker Victoria Wilkinson from Bingley Harriers.