Beth Pascall and Damian Hall decimated the existing Cape Wrath Trail FKT (Fastest Known Time) of 7 Days 9 hours and 31 minutes, by completing the the 230 mile trail from Fort William to Cape Wrath, in an astonishing 4 days 9 hours and 43 minutes. I kept track of the route using a Suunto Ambit3 Peak watch. The path heads west to a junction just before Bendronaig Lodge. Matt and Ellie, the award-winning film-makers who made Underdog, are bored of my dad jokes. Beth Pascall and Damian Hall attempt to break the self-supported FKT (Fastest Known Time) on the Cape Wrath Trail, the notoriously tough 230-mile trail in north-west Scotland, which stands at 7 days, 9 hours and 31 minutes and was set in April 2018. These heavy items must once have been brought via cart as ancient way-markers. The current FKT, set by Poland’s Przemek Szapar in April this year, is seven days and nine hours. On occasions I lost the path down to Glendhu and as the tide was in had to clamber over rather than around the huge rocks where it meets the loch. Damian Hall and Beth Pascall will start their Cape Wrath trail FKT attempt on the morning of Saturday 8 December. Having subsisted on snacks all day I was happythat my first experience of a self-heating meal was a successful one. In one way she’s an excellent companion, because she’s a doctor. The first objective was to reach the Oykell Bridge Hotel before it stopped serving lunch. From the station there is an ascent up a rocky path to the eastern end of the majestic Coire Lair, flanked by three Munros. We knew that idea would be hard to top. Wild Camp above Inverlael to Inchnadamph. At the bealach the view North is to seemingly unspoilt wilderness. By the time I had left the path to cross towards Loch a Garbh-bhaid Mor I had decided that reaching the Old School at Inshegra before it stopped serving dinner at 8pm would have to be the limit of that day’s objectives. Fortunately, the rain had ceased during the night enabling me to get away before 6am. Encouragingly I won a local 7-mile multi-terrain race. Since then I’ve mostly been just running for fun. I left this 1.5m East of Kingie heading north over a boggy path via another climb to Mam na Seilg at about 470m. 390km) from Fort William to the northwesternmost point of mainland Britain, Cape Wrath. I couldn’t run for seven weeks afterwards. I’m a little bit frightened. On this section I was able to follow a rough 4x4 track for almost half the way. The official start time is 7.48 which is when the Camusnagaul ferry left Fort William. „Trail“ in diesem Fall mit „Weg“ zu übersetzen mag aber bereits irreführend sein. It goes through ten places that could loosely be termed towns or villages in its entirety, but few of these will coincide with the end of a day’s trekking. In winter.”. But that may depend on what the weather wants to fling at us. We earn a commission for products purchased through some links in this article. 5th Glen Coe Skyline. Day 5: Friday 8 May. For the first couple of days I therefore used the "OK" setting which only takes readings every minute and therefore misses any twists and turns and as a result underestimates the distance travelled. Secondly, in doing so we would hopefully demonstrate how Britain – a comparatively small island with a lot of people on it – still has areas of magnificent wildness and unsettling remoteness. Once at the contour it became clear the direction was towards another large rock on the horizon. A mile east of the Inn a track branches north up the spectacular An Caorann Mor to the junction with Glen Affric. I crossed the river to the open moor at around 7.30am and from here headed Eastwards to the cairn on the horizon. After a brief pause for lunch at the Sheiling I branched off west to Ben Dreavie and then descending across ground WNW towards a loch around two km away. 9.5K likes. I’ll probably also wear a merino baselayer. We’re all passionate about showcasing this country as a place for genuine adventure (we met on the Spine Race after all). I have looked at the contours and estimate I climbed a further 200 ft during this 10 mile period - it was mostly descent, so have added it to the ascent. I took the usual switch-back route at the end of the bay. The Cape Wrath Trail is a long distance walk (approx. About two years ago I was scheming up winter adventure ideas with my good friends Ellie and Matt Green from Summit Fever Media. The result was that the final climb to the pass, which I reached at 8pm, was only about 100metres. Most of the journey was speed-walked but with the occasional jog down gentle downhill sections and along the canal towpath. There was also a fine view to the Eas a Chual Aluinn waterfall which mysteriously disappears into the ground rather than flowing into the river. It was an intense training block leading up to the race and psychologically I needed a break. Doing this I estimate the total mileage at 209 miles. A short boat trip and they are off running. In December 2018, Damian Hall and Beth Pascall attempted to break the Cape Wrath Trail self supported 'fastest known time' (FKT) of 7 days, 9 hours and 31 minutes. As I crossed towards the stone I also encountered stones deliberately laid to ford small channels en-route. At the finish she looked like she hadn’t broken sweat. The original mileages from my watch can be seen in brackets on the report. Take care not to continue on the branch that runs eastwards to Sgurr na Furtaig. As it was dry I was able to easily cross the outflow of the waterfalls and continued to within a few hundred metres of Dubh Loch Mor. 18-Dec-18. Reaching the loch at 6.15pm meant I still would have to push it to meet my revised objective and I hurtled across the narrow boggy path and then across the thankfully low Garbh Alt to reach Rhiconich by 7.30pm and Inshegra by 8.05pm where I splashed out on a three course dinner and a room. Allbeithe Youth Hostel to Easan Dorcha Bothy. Beth and Damian made their attempt in winter when there is around 6 hours of light each day in Scotland. This was relatively easy to correct as I ran two miles fewer than stage 6 on the Cape Wrath Ultra and therefore the total mileage for this stage was for my day 4 was 43. Starting at Fort William and heading inexorably north to the northwestern tip of Scotland, the Cape Wrath Trail is 230 miles long, with around 12,000m of ascent. Sticking at the 450m contour will after about 4km bring you to a good path heading towards Glen Elchaig. Trip Report: Cape Wrath Trail in fewer than 6 days. At Bearnais there is a path which climbs steadily north up to about 600m towards Craig a Chaorainn though on the plateau at the top becomes sketchy. The Cape Wrath Trail is challenging and frustrating, mostly because the "Cape Wrath Trail" is something that someone (probably on the internet) made up. From Loch Cruoshie I continued north, firstly over trackless ground then on a good path to Loch Calavie. Cape Wrath trail route The Cape Wrath Trail is one of the world's finest long distance walks. The route is unmarked and there is no official line. The Cape Wrath Trail is a long distance walk from Fort William to the northwesternmost point of mainland Britain, Cape Wrath. In another way though, she isn’t a good companion, because she’s nails and likely to show me up. 5853ft Ascent. Throughout Glen Douchary there is a sketchy path on the East side of the river which at times turns into a “hidden” gorge with picturesque waterfalls. I doggedly stuck to the path on the Eastern side of Glen Oykell preferring to take a more circuitous route to the pass between Conival and Breabag Tarsainn in order to limit the final climb. So for those of you interested in walking to Cape Wrath, it’s time to dust off those map-and-compass skills! Oh pants. We’re primarily running the Cape Wrath Trail to have an adventure, to explore somewhere new, to get our wildness hit (even if much of it will be in the dark). Wrath record attempt in Scottish Winter. Unless things get ridiculous, a cold snap may also mean better underfoot conditions and less hazardous river crossings. As a slight extra complication I accidentally paused my watch for, according to Google Earth, more than 10 miles on day 4 before Oykell Bridge. The route is often many hours’ walk from a road, there’s little to no phone signal (both a good but also potentially bad thing) and river crossings can get pretty seriously (people have gone for their last swim in them). Day 3: Wednesday 8 May. Day 1: Monday 6 May. As I climbed up to the 525m contour I began to walk through fresh snow which heightened the sense of isolation. The route started up the Great Glen following the original route followed by David Paterson (effectively the inventor of the Cape Wrath Trail) in the mid-1990s as far as Bendronaig Bothy then swinging north via Achnashellach and Easan Dorcha to Kinlochewe and from there following the frequently used route via Oykell Bridge to The Cape. Hardly good training for Cape Wrath, but a boost nonetheless. I carried a 25lt pack with sleeping bag, sleeping mattress, tarp, clothes, toiletries, accessories including power pack, first aid kit, maps, compass etc. As the main objective was merely to walk the 7.5 miles to Kinlochewe by 12pm when the Kinlochewe hotel opened for lunch this could be described as a leisurely morning. 320 km langer Weg durch die nord-westlichen schottischen Highlands von Fort William bis nach Cape Wrath ganz im Nordwesten. 2018 (7th, Ultra-Trail World Tour) 5th, Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc (UTMB), 105 miles. We’ll be self-supported, meaning we can visit the very few shops en route, but though Matt and Ellie are meeting us at intervals to point cameras at us, they won’t be giving us any supplies or any other advantages. Hall and Pascall knock three days off Scotland’s Cape Wrath FKT The fifth-place male and fourth-place female from UTMB 2018 set out to conquer Britain's gnarliest trail–in winter. The next morning (Sunday) I hitched to Fort William and was back in Inverness by 2pm and flew out the following day. 4th UTMB. Runner's World participates in various affiliate marketing programs, which means we may get paid commissions on editorially chosen products purchased through our links to retailer sites. I can’t wait for all the glorious ouchy stuff, a proper British winter adventure, to begin. The current FKT is seven days, nine hours and 31 minutes. But if you put some effort forward, you'll see some pretty spectacular scenery and get a damn good taste of the Scottish highlands. Once the top is reached the view towards the mountains of Torridon opens out. As it was dry I was able to cross the Carron relatively easily and take the path up to Achnashellach campsite. I continued along the coast to a small gorge on the southern flank of Dunan Beag into which I descended following NE on an animal track on its grassy dry floor almost to the military road. As the week went on and I was more confident about battery life I alternated between "OK" and "best" which takes a reading every one second and is very accurate. It takes in 12,000m of ascent and the dynamic duo plan to do it in less than seven days. Summit Fever Media has just released the film on Vimeo and we watched it from under a nice warm blanket. After reaching the Caledonian Canal at Banavie I ran down the towpath as far as Gairlochy and then followed the Great Glen route to about 1km before Bunarkaig where there is a left turn marked St Cian’s church. Despite the rain I decided to continue on to Inverlael over the, frankly uninteresting, path from near Dundonnell House. I reached the bothy at Glendhu at 11:45am, took the good path towards Kylesku and then branched off past another waterfall up the 4 x 4 track to Loch an Leathiad Bhuan. There’ll be about six hours of daylight per 24. There’s no waymarking, it’s not on OS maps and there’s not really an official route; we’ll follow the one suggested by Iain Harper in his excellent Cicerone guidebook, Walking The Cape Wrath Trail. You may be able to find more information about this and similar content at piano.io, Runner's World, Part of the Hearst UK Wellbeing Network. Here the river was actually in a gorge about 50 ft or more deep. There is a trod down to the Abhainn an Loch Bhig and from hear an intermittent path can be picked up close to the derelict rusting fence. What follows is a report of a recent self-supported solo journey from Fort William to Cape Wrath with the objective of being as lightweight and quick as possible, particularly given time constraints. The bus duly arrived and by 2pm I was hitching to Inverness which I reached at 6pm. Started at Fort William at 03.30 on 6 May and finished at 11.05 on 11 May, 5 days, 7 hours and 35 mins in total. I imagine the Long Sleeve Zipper Merino Hoody – which, it will be thrilled to know, is in my top three favourite pieces of inov-8 clothing – will get some use. I met Beth on the Spine Race too. The way is marked by a cairn and there is an intermitteent path passing slightly to the NW of Loch Meallan an Fhudair to Bellach na Croise. The weather was once again sunny (once the sun rose) and I took the road route as far as Blairmore to pick up the path to Sandwood Bay. The aim was to source hot food and a sandwich for a later meal from one location en-route each day. Ein Weg, dem der Wanderer einfach … 5951ft Ascent. 13hours 8 mins. 1st, Ice Ultra, 142 miles. There are a million different variations, directions, and ideas when it comes to this route. The ascent soon picked up a meandering path that eventually joined the old military road which I followed to the Cluanie Inn. So when I get in trouble she’ll know which pills to give me to end it all (unless I’ve told too many dad jokes, then she might not). Once I hit the 300m contour I turned almost north passing two smaller lochs to reach the path down to Loch Stack. Photo Jim Mann, It’s all Ellie’s fault. As usual the views back to the waterfall and Loch Glencoul were stunning. 15hours 23 mins. Video documenting my April 2018 attempt of the Cape Wrath Trail. As the weather was dry I was easily able to cross the Keisgaig river near its outlet (there is a stile into the MoD firing range just before this) and then began the steep climb up towards Cnoc a Ghiubais though I headed directly north from the 200m contour rather than summit. We stopped scheming immediately. The Fastest Known Time (FKT) for the Cape Wrath Trail (following Iain Harper's Cicerone guidebook route) is four days, nine hours and 43 minutes, set by ultra runners Beth Pascall and Damian Hall (self-supported) in December 2018. To spice things up a bit, we’ll also be trying to set a new Fastest Known Time (FKT). Fortunately, I found a road down to the river to stock up on water and eventually ended up camping in a rather unsatisfactory vehicle siding off the main path at around 22.30. On the way, clear views of the snowcapped Ben More Assynt/Conival ridge opened up. 11th Trail World Championships. It … 6th Diagonale des Fous . 7th, Eiger Ultra Trail, 101K. I haven’t attempted an FKT since my bimble along the 630-mile South West Coast Path in May 2016, which was a really memorable experience, but really tiring (averaging three hours’ sleep for 10 nights). And thirdly… wait, er, who exactly is going to run it? 2017. The best treadmills for runners, starting at £100, Watch daily highlights as Damian Hall and Beth Pascal take on the 230 mile route, This content is created and maintained by a third party, and imported onto this page to help users provide their email addresses. Consequently, I arrived at Kinlochewe at 10.30. The Columbia Montrail FKT is made for casual trail runners with wider feet, here's why it is one of the best trail running shoes 2020. At 17:31 on Thursday 13th December 2019, the pair reached Cape Wrath and thereby set a new winter FKT of 4 days, 9 hours, 43 minutes* 4th Transgrancanaria. 15hrs 30 mins. And it’s not really a trail. No big mileage, just pootling along at around 50 miles a week with some longer bimbles in the Brecon Beacons carrying a pack. Trip Report: Cape Wrath Trail in fewer than 6 days. Easan Dorcha Bothy to Wild Camp above Inverlael. But a big bit excited. Good kit’s important. The Cape Wrath Trail FKT will also see a concurrent UK wide campaign launched under #BreakYourOwnRecord whereby I aim to get over 1 million people outside over and breaking their own sporting or fitness goals, where that is cycling to school or racing their fastest ultra marathon. We plan to get some shut-eye in bothies. They took it on in winter for that little bit of an extra challenge and in fact had to delay their start as Scottish rain swelled the rivers to depths that made crossing them a swim rather than a run, but despite that, Beth Pascall and Damian Hall managed to pull an incredible FKT out of the hat. Aufgrund des schwierigen, oft weglosen und kräfteraubenden Geländes, ist es ratsam 1-2 Ruhetage während der Tour einzuplanen oder … Hopefully this jaunt will be mostly type one and two-level fun. There I was able to sample a freshly made coffee and walnut cake and also received a tour of their innovative new bunkhouse. I headed rapidly up to Lochan Fada via the Heights of Kinlochewe in fair but windy weather with the occasional shower. Day 6: Saturday 8 May. Cape Wrath Trail. The Cape Wrath Trail is regarded as the toughest long-distance backpacking trail in Britain. To put this into perspective, the majority of their running was at night, in bitter conditions, as they traversed the trail in winter conditions. The Cape Wrath Ultra® is a 400km, 8-day ultra-running expedition through some of the world's most inspirational landscapes, including Knoydart, Kintail, Torridon, Assynt and Sutherland - the UK's answer to the Marathon des Sables. As I climbed the forest track spectacular views opened up SE to the snow-covered Beinn Dearg group. Knowing tomorrow could be a long day I pressed on a further 2 miles through the dark to the turn off at Inverlael and into the forest. 6th, Madeira Island Ultra-Trail, 71 miles. The dry weather permitted an almost direct northerly (but largely pathless descent) to cross the River Loyne almost where it joined the loch. Even so from Kinlochewe (7.5 miles into my third day) I followed the Cape Wrath Ultra Route which is listed as 126 miles. The river from Sandwood Loch was as low as I had seen it. The rest of it, I can’t wait for. I’ll likely take a Thermoshell Pro Insulated Jacket, too, but hopefully won’t need to wear it much. She was in fourth place overall, as fresh as a daisy and speeding up. By Alice Morrison. I found the path very difficult to find and even once on it at times it was treacherous - steep and scree ridden. It was easy to follow this all the way to Oykell Bridge, though shortly after The Schoolhouse Bothy I took a rougher more direct track to the hotel where I arrived shortly before 1pm. DAY 1 - 37km (23 miles) Fort William to Glenfinnan - “Through Ardgour, the adventure begins!” ©Rob Howard Despite the better accuracy I still undershot this by a few miles according to my watch. Wildly remote and packing in around 12,000m of ascent, the 230-mile route usually takes trekkers around three weeks to complete. Damian Hall and Beth Pascall smash Cape Wrath FKT. 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