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Congratulation to the team on North Star for winning the 2016 Scottish Islands Peaks Race with a time of 52:21:05. Well done Cris, Chris, Tom, James and Eric!

Congratulations as well to Es Tressider and Joe Symonds for smashing the 25 year old race record for Goat Fell by a full ten minutes, completing the leg in 2:44:39.

To see the list of class winners, and full race results, head on over to our Past Races page.

 


 

Next year's race starts noon Friday 19 May 2017. Entries will open in November.

Feeling nostalgic for your SIPR experience? Buy yourself some Peaks Race parpaphenalia in our shop to help keep your memories fresh.

 

Track the race live! The entire fleet carried YellowBrick trackers this year, though not all teams used them on the hills. The race can be viewed in the embedded snapshot above, by going directly to our page on the YB site, or by downloading the YB Tracking app on your smartphone or tablet (choose SIPR 2016 from the menu).

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 or runners that can sail, and a class for young people (with the assistance of a few adults).


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Race rules

Quick links to download the race rules.

Race routes

Quick links to view the race routes.

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