A quick introduction to the Warrington Way
The Warrington Way is a 40 mile trail ultramarathon which starts and finishes in the lovely Cheshire village of Lymm, about 5 miles east of Warrington. Runners follow a route which is mostly on tracks, footpaths, field crossings and country lanes to circumnavigate the town of Warrington anticlockwise. The route is waymarked with tape markers, though runners must carry maps and be able to navigate. There are checkpoints at the 10, 20 and 30 mile points, with food and drink provided. There is a hot meal provided at the finish for all runners, and finishers also get the coveted Warrington Way technical T-shirt and medal. The race is organised by Lymm Runners, a UK Athletics registered running club, licensed by the Trail Running Association, and authorised by Warrington Borough Council.
You will find lots more information on this website about the race, including everything you need to know about the race rules, route, kitlist, checkpoints and so on, and how to enter. Stay in touch by joining our Facebook Page and following the Warrington Way on Twitter
The results and records page has results from previous years, photo galleries, and links to blogs and other information. If you still need to know more, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org .
The Warrington Way next takes place on Saturday 11th November 2017 starting at 07.30am. You can enter the race as a solo runner; or as a pair (with two runners each doing 20 miles of the race); or as a 4 person relay team (with each person doing one stage of 10 miles). Entries open on 1st April 2017 and there will be 200 places in total (for solos, pairs or relay teams). Last year’s race filled up quickly!