Salt Cellar fell race 2021
We are over the moon to announce that Salt Cellar Fell Race is back for 2021
The Salt Cellar Fell Race
Date: Friday 6th August 2021,
Start: Fairholmes Visitor Centre at 7pm
Distance: 10.9km (7.1 miles)
Ascent: 486m (1535ft) – Category BM
- Salt Cellar 2019 results available here
- Salt Cellar 2018 results available here
- Salt Cellar 2017 results available here
In order to get permission for the race this year we have been limited to 200 runners.
Entry will be via SiEntries and will open on 9th July 2021 at 6pm. There will be no Entries on the night unfortunately
Entry fee £10.
If you have any questions regarding the Salt Cellar Race please email Dean Young via the Contact Form
This is an open race, registered, permitted and insured through the FRA and organised by Steel City Striders. We have been lucky with the weather in recent years, and have not required runners to carry additional kit. However, please ensure you bring full FRA kit (see sections 3 of the runner’s rules) with you in case of bad weather.
The race is part of the Accelerate Gritstone Series. It starts and finishes under the Dam wall at Upper Derwent Reservoir with registration at Fairholmes Car Park on the northern most point of Ladybower Reservoir (SK173893). The route is 10.9 km/486m of accent (category BM), it heads up onto Derwent Edge and descends from Salt Cellar Boulder with some great views and terrain to enjoy along the way.
Some food will be available after the race for all competitors and this is included in the entry fee. Profit made from the event will be donated to Edale Mountain Rescue who provide emergency support for the event.
There is plenty of parking available at Fairholmes car park (charges may apply) and in the lay-bys along the road leading to the car park (free, but 10 or more minutes jog to the start).
Please allow plenty of time to get to the start line for 7pm. There are toilet facilities at the visitors centre.
M – Tom Saville (Dark Peak) – 0:48:27 (2018)
F – Caroline Brock (Steel City) – 1:00:27 (2018)
Map of the route and local area