Welcome to the Ronhill West Highland Way Race
The West Highland Way Race is one of the world’s longest established ultra-marathons, first taking place in 1985 on the long distance trail between Milngavie (just north of Glasgow) and Fort William in the Scottish Highlands.
Since then it has developed a worldwide reputation as one of the ‘classic’ ultra-marathon races, attracting runners to Scotland from all over the world. Entry is limited to 265 runners each year, with the relatively small size of the field helping to preserve the friendly nature of the event.
2017 will see the 33rd running of this great race. It would be my pleasure to welcome you in the future.
Ian Beattie - Race Director
Dear WHW Race entrant, As I am sure you know, there are now only a few weeks to go until the 2017 Ronhill West Highland Way Race. I hope your training has gone well and you are in the best possible shape for the race. Please read the instructions below carefully, and return the support […]
On my personal blog I have started a series of vblogs called LOVEultras were I have been sharing my thoughts on ultra running. For the latest episode I have shared my 5 top tips for running the West Highland Way race. I hope you find it helpful. John Kynaston
Split Calculator This is a pace and splits calculator for the 95 mile West Highland Way ultramarathon, running the full length of this iconic trail, from Glasgow (Milngavie) to Fort William in the Scottish Highlands that was put together by climbers.net It is a great tool for giving you and your support team an idea […]