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2015 race date has been set: the race will start at 12 noon on Friday 15 May 2015. Mark your calendars! Entries will open in November.

The 2014 Scottish Islands Peaks Race is now complete! It was a tough year, with vastly varying weather. Well done to all who competed.

This year's winners were Clockwork (skipper Peter Foulds, runners David Ward and Richard Mellon, and crew David Kain and Ewan Dewar). Well done Clockwork!

Following closely on their heels was Nunatak (skipper Mike Jacques, runners Paul Aitken and Kieran Hodgson, and crew Colin Rawlings and Richard Ludlow). In third place was Bequia (skipper Colin Craig, runners Stuart Malcolm and Gordon Lennox, and crew Ian Craig and John Grant).

Final results are up on the Past races page... though we can hardly believe it's a 'Past race' already.

Race merch from the 2014 race is still available on our Shop page.

Check out the Entrants page to see who entered in 2014.

A long weekend with a difference!

This adventure race is for teams of Sailors and Fell Runners (both adult and teenage) and is held annually on and around the most beautiful parts of the West Coast of Bonny Scotland.

The Race starts in Oban with a short hill run, then a sail to Salen on Mull, run over Ben More, sail to Craighouse on Jura, run the Paps, sail to Arran, run Goat Fell, then sail to Troon. The Race takes 3 to 4 Days and caters for Multihulls, Racers and Cruisers.

Each team consists of 5 (usually 2 runners and 3 sailors), there is also an allrounders class for sailors that can run and a class for young people (with the assistance of a few adults).


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