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Bealach Mor Challenge

05/09/2015 - Applecross Peninsula, Wester Ross - Sportive

Rating: 94.4% based on 2 reviews - Rate this Event Now
Previous Years Rating: 94.1% based on 12 reviews

The big one - a severe challenge to man and machine over 143 kilometers and 3000m of ascent. Climb Britains highest road pass at 630m from sea level. Stunning scenery and quiet roads with a full closure over the pass. A warm highland welcome from every village.

Bealach-na-Ba or Bealach nam Bo (Pass of the Cattle) is the UKs biggest road climb at 2053ft (626m) from sea level in just 6mls (10k). It is set in a fabulous unspoilt landscape with outstanding views of the sea and the hills. The Applecross Peninsula is renowned as a gem in Scotlands crown of natural wonders.


Event Website http://www.handsonevents.co.uk/?page_id=20

HQ/Start Address
Address Line 1 Village Hall
Address Line 2 Kinlochewe
Town Wester Ross
County Highland Region
Postcode IV22 2PE
 
Event Facilities
Adequate Car Parking Facilities Adequate Car Parking Facilities
Food & Drink (Pre/Post Event) Food & Drink (Pre/Post Event)
Sign-on at HQ Sign-on at HQ

Support for Participants
Route card with emergency contact details Route card with emergency contact details
SAG wagon following laster rider(s) SAG wagon following laster rider(s)

Organiser Details
Name Hands on Events
Email Email Hidden
County Antrim






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This event's shortened URL is: https://cyclosport.org/6669