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Pateley Pie ‘n’ Pint

Its Grim Up North Running

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Pateley Bridge, Harrogate, HG3 5PJ, United Kingdom

Distance Date
8.05KM ?

5.00MI

Run

Feb. 1, 2020
16.09KM ?

10.00MI

Run

Feb. 1, 2020
32.19KM ?

20.00MI

Run

Feb. 1, 2020
Marathon ?

42.20KM

Run

Feb. 1, 2020
Ultra ?

50.00KM

Run

Feb. 1, 2020

Overview

Pateley Bridge is a small market town that nestles within Nidderdale on the River Nidd, its is surrounded by beautiful countryside and glorious scenery. Pateley has the oldest sweetshop in England, the shop was established in 1827 and the name of the shop is surprisingly ‘The Oldest Sweet Shop in England’ so bring your penny jar. The shop is housed in one of the oldest buildings within the town and is in the Guinness World Record Book 2014. There are lots of other attractions very near to Pateley Bridge, one attraction being Brimham Rocks. Brimham Rocks is an extraordinary rock formation which dates back 300 million years, The rocks are exposed and some of the rocks reach 30 metres high, the rocks have been given names, such has the Sphinx, the camel and the dancing bear. Brimham is a National Trust Property and is a great place for a picnic or to have a clamber. This event will be different from the other events instead of our normal sweet treats of cakes and buns we will be serving up pies fro a local pie maker both savoury and sweet, which you can enjoy with your usual bottle of ale. There are shops, bars, restaurants and accommodation at Pateley.



What athletes are saying

The characteristics which best describe Pateley Pie ‘n’ Pint, as voted on by past participants.


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The Event

Great medal 18
Useful pre-race info 16
Well-stocked goody bag 14
Family friendly 14
Spectator friendly 10
Ideal for beginners 8
Exciting event village 7
Supports good cause 3
Festival atmosphere 1
Good public transport links 1
PB potential 1


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Course Profile

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Review Highlights

Below are the top three aspects of the Pateley Pie ‘n’ Pint, as determined by athlete reviews.

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Ease of Navigation
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4.96
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Natural Beauty
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4.93
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Logistics
All Time Average
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2020 Average
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Reviewed 2 months ago

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So. This was described as a challenging trail and on that front it didn’t fail to deliver. This is a proper hilly course which, on the day was made all the more tricky due to properly grim weather. 50mph winds, lots of mud, rain, fallen trees... the course is challenging but also...Read full review

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colin johnstone
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Pateley Pie & Pint is multi-lap trail race which consists of 5mile loops. Distance options ranged from 5miles to (30mile) ultra. I entered the marathon but had to drop distance.The course was quite toughwith varied terrain, hills & mud - lots of mud. There was also severa...Read full review

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Reviews (27)

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Uniqueness
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Local Support
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Safety
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