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.
2018 will see the 34th running of this great race. It would be my pleasure to welcome you in the future.
Entries for the 2018 race will open in November 2017.
Ian Beattie - Race Director
Message from Ian Beattie, whw Race Director …. Delighted to share this correspondence with the President of the Western States 100. What a fantastic attitude from the organisers of the world’s longest established ultra marathon. Hi John, Thank you for your e-mail. I am delighted that you have selected the West Highland Way Race as […]
Rob Sinclair from Aberdeen broke the record for the West Highland Way race over the weekend recording 13 hours 41.08 for the 95-mile trail challenge. In what can only be described as a phenomenal, committed effort from the start in Milngavie, just North of Glasgow, to the finish at Lochaber sports centre in Fort William, […]
Photos of our prize winners from the 2017 West Highland Way Race Photos thanks to Neal Gibson 1st Male – Rob Sinclair 2nd Male – Mark Yule 3rd Male – Dave Ward Top 3 Male 1st Female – Lynne Allen 2nd Female – Carrie Craig 3rd Female – Joanna Murphy Top 3 Female 10 times […]