Glen Mona 2019 Entry

Entries are now open for the 2019 Glen Mona Fell Race, to be held on Saturday 13th July. Registration at Dhoon School from 12:30 until 13:15 with the race starting at 13:30. Parking will also be available at the school.

This medium distance ‘A’ race covers a challenging 14km course, starting and finishing on the green lane adjoining the Glen Mona pub (which will be open for post race refreshments). Runners must be 18 or older and full safety kit is required.

Route info and map available at


North Barrule 2019 - Wednesday 3rd July 2019

The forecast is looking good, so hopefully we will have relaxed safety requirements. However, please always arrive ready to carry everything. Please be careful driving up to the farm, it is a narrow, single track road. Be especially careful after the race, when you have to turn left/right back onto the coast road at the Hibernia junction.

Sign on from 6:00pm, closes at 6:50pm to enable time keepers and runners to get to the start area. No late comers!

This is the penultimate counter in the Junior League, so it would be great to see the juniors competing. Open to all runners aged 12 or above.

The 2019 route is a shortened version of the route used prior to 2018

The 2019 route is a shortened version of the route used prior to 2018


James Coulson Laxey Fell Race 2019

Next race in the Callin Wild Manx Fell Running League will be the James Coulson Laxey Race. Date is Thursday June 13th with a 7.00pm start from Glen Ruy Farm. Registration will be from 6.00pm until 6.45pm.

Full safety gear is mandatory for all runners. Minimum age is 18 years on race day. Distance is 13km with a challenging 650m of ascent. If you need to access the course for a recce the easiest way during TT fortnight is to go from the car park at Conrhenny. Farmer John Corlett has given permission to pass through the fields to the first summit check point, Johns Cairn. The course can then be followed as far as the final check point on the mountain wall above Ballacowin Farm. Please do not go on to the farm land. The route back to the finish will be clearly marked on race day. [Richie Stevenson]

Route description and map at


Slieau Ruy Fell Race

Slieay Ruy summit cairn - checkpoint 2 in the senior race

Slieay Ruy summit cairn - checkpoint 2 in the senior race

The next race up in the Callin Wild Manx Fell Running league is the inaugural Slieau Ruy race on Wednesday 22nd May at 7pm. This interesting short race covers a 9km route from Glen Helen to Slieau Ruy. A shorter 4km junior race will be held in conjunction to the main race, open to runners aged 12-16. Juniors aged 16 or 17 can also opt to run the senior course.

Senior runners (or older juniors running the full course) must arrive with full safety kit and a decision on what gear must be carried will be made at registration. Junior runners maybe required to carry a waterproof jacket and whistle (whistles can be provided).

Registration is from 6pm until 6.45pm at the Glen Helen car park - car sharing is advised due to limited parking. Please do not park on the main road.



Carraghan Fell Race 2019

Saturday 11th May sees the next round of the Callin Wild Fell Running League with the rescheduled Carraghan race. Note the date change from Friday 10th May (due to road closures).

The race is also a counter in the Junior League, for runners aged between 12 and 18.

Registration will be from 3pm at Colden car park - car sharing is advised due to limited parking. Additional space is available on the road adjoining the reservoir, plus at the bottom of the Governor Loch road (the one leading down from Colden, past the main car park on the left). Please keep the start/finish area clear for officials parking.

Kit wise then the rules are more relaxed with this being a short race but all runners must be bring a waterproof jacket and whistle in case they may be required. Juniors will be provided with a whistle for the race but must bring their own waterproof jacket.

We will be also accepting card payments (including contactless) to cover the race entry fee. No paper receipts will be issued but you can choose to receive one via email or text. Senior entry fee is £5, free for juniors.


Richie will be heading out for a look over the course on Thursday 2nd May at 6pm if anyone wants to join him for a gentle plod. Meet at Colden Car Park.

Please keep all dogs off the course. Marshals are still required, get in touch with Richie if you can help (via Facebook)