16th, 17th, & 18th September 2016
"Soaring ridges, exposed traverses and precipitous drops. Fast and light over rough and technical terrain. A fusion of alpinism and mountain running. Welcome to Skyrunning."
Welcome to Skyline Scotland™, home to three of the highest-octane mountain running races in the UK. Will you be doubling up in 2016?
Mamores Vertical Kilometre® - Friday 16th September 2016
An incredible leg burning and lung-busting ascent from sea level to Munro summit. It will take place late afternoon. Entries not vetted.
Ring of Steall Skyrace™ - Saturday 17th September 2016
A variation of the classic 'Ring of Steall' ridge-walking route this 25km / 2,500m mountain race has spectacular views of Ben Nevis from the Mamores and includes short sections of easy scrambling. Entries not vetted.
Salomon Glen Coe Skyline™ - Sunday 18th September 2016
Does this race need any introduction? 55km / ~4,750m of pure Skyrunning that includes the most challenging Scottish mountain terrain. Climbing experience required. Entries restricted and vetted.
Update: Waiting list in operation
23/03/2016 We are delighted to officially announce that Skyline Scotland will be working with the Ice Factor this coming September. Having only recently reopened after fire damage forced its closure in July 2015, the Ice Factor is the National Centre for Ice...
03/02/2016 Ready, Set, Go! Entries for the Skyline Scotland™ weekend of races will sell out. © Ian Corless The first 100 entries flooded in for the Salomon Glen Coe Skyline™ on Monday in just 7 minutes and eventually peaked at 349! At the same time, we...
28/01/2016 If you haven't used SI Entries before (or logged into your account in a while), **we recommend making sure you can log in** before the midday rush! Above: Will Manners high on the Aonach Eagach, finished 22nd overall at the 2015 Salomon Glen Coe...
26/01/2016 Photo ©iancorless.com For the Mamores Vertical Kilometre® we have now chosen the best mountain from a choice of several nearby Munros in the Mamores, Na Gruagaichean. It's the mountain that you will most easily point-to-with-awe from our Kinlochleven...