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Annual 5in5 Challenge

Saturday 20th June 2020

  • 5in5 – 18 km / 11.3 miles (half of the Annual 10in10 route)

[Please note – the information below is for the Annual 5in5 – please click here for the Family 5in5 which a new event for September 2019]

This year, we start in Buttermere and walk over High Snockrigg, Robinson, Dale Head, High Spy and Maiden Moor.

You will register between 10am and 10.30am in Buttermere (above the church), here you’ll be given a number and a waterproof map.

Once your team is ready, you can make your way to the start and we’ll let you know when to begin your challenge. We stagger the start of the event to make it enjoyable for all 5in5 participants.

You can download the GPX of the route here. It’s best to right click and save as to download it. If you are having issues trying to download the GPX file, try using this ZIP version instead it’s a zipped up version of that file.

5in5 Challenge Route


We want you to get the most out of the event, so here’s a few things you will need to know to help your day run smoother. Please take special note of the essential kit list and come fully prepared for all weather possibilities!

Enter the Annual 5in5 Challenge now!

Who We Are

Who We Are

The annual 10in10 challenge was designed and created by Yvonne Booth in 2011. It was her response to her husband Duncan's diagnosis with Multiple Sclerosis in 2010 at the age of 39. As a wife and mother of three sons, she wanted to do something positive and help raise money for research into this cruel illness. find out more →

The photography on this web site is provided by Steve Razzetti and Mat Emery

"My first year this year so I thought I'd ease in with the 5in5. It's still quite a challenge but achievable with a reasonable level of training, even for a Soft Southerner! The whole event was very well organised from start to finish." Benita