Cumbria may be known for its fells, but adventuring here isn’t just about bagging peaks. Some of the most epic views can be seen from our beautiful valleys and iconic passes – many of which are found along the Cumbria Way. This 73-mile trail was first developed in the 1970s, and takes walkers and runners from Coniston in the south to Carlisle in the north.
Last month, Boris took on a mega 30 miles of this epic route when he competed in the Cumbria Way Ultra from Keswick to Carlisle. Our Bozza completed the race in 7 hours 4 minutes, proudly representing his home country, Slovakia, Keswick AC, and Fellpack on an awesome day out in the fells.
Read more about the Cumbria Way Ultra.
Here are the very latest stories on the subject. Browse our blog for news, announcements and adventures.
Jodie & Harry compete in the Hodgson Brothers Mountain Relay
Adventure Stories, General Announcements
We could write 10,000 words as to why we love the mountains and fell running, but a small subset of…
3 October 2021
The (Not) Round Latrigg Fell Race
Join Pip & Jodie at Keswick AC’s The (Not) Round Latrigg Fell Race. An out-and-back route that p…
28 September 2021
The Packcast: Peter McDonald versus the Bob Graham Round Part 2
The Packcast catches up with Peter McDonald after his Bob Graham Round attempt. As discussed in Part…
6 September 2021