Bob Graham Round

The Bob Graham Round is a classic fell running challenge, with runners attempting to summit 42 Lake District peaks in 24 hours. Runners start at the Moot Hall in Keswick at a time of their choosing and can run the route either clockwise or anti-clockwise, finishing back at the Moot Hall. Exact distance and ascent depends on the choices of route, but it is generally around 66 miles with 27,000ft (8,000m) of climbing.

A number of Striders have attempted the round and 3 have completed the round in under 24 hours.

Striders completions in under 24 hours

2018 – Simon Bayliss – 23h 18m (clockwise) – Simon’s report

Simon Bayliss celebrating finishing his Bob Graham Round, 2018

2019 – Helen Davies – 23h 29m (clockwise) – Helen’s report

Helen Davis reaches another summit on her Bob Graham Round, 2019

2022 – Nick Burns – 23h 38m (clockwise)

Nick Burns on the fourth leg of his Bob Graham Round, 2022