Haweswater Half Marathon

Sunday March 3rd, 2024…

Results 2024 (provisional)


2024 Entries Are Open ….keep checking back here for any updates, or follow our dedicated Haweswater Half Marathon page on Facebook…

Race start is 11:30am. The course starts in Bampton Village and primarily follows an out and back course – all on quiet tarmac roads – along the shores of Haweswater in a remote and dramatic mountain valley. On the day at the finish you will get a unique mug with piping hot tea and a piece of delicious flapjack supplied by Traybakes Ltd of Penrith.

I wish you all the best for your training and I can’t wait to see you all on the start line. Enter before the New Year and take advantage of our early bird discount.
As last year, we also have team prizes so you can get two (or more 🤭) team mates to keep you company and car share to the event to make a great day of it.

We also host a junior run at the event for children aged 4 to 16, which is 2.5km run entirely on the road. Entry details will be posted here in due course.

Entries for 2024 are now open – see below…

Race Information

Race records

Men James Douglas 1:10:01
Women Sarah Carson 1:19:15

Held under UKA Rules, distance certified accurate

For any inquiries please e-mail clairehebdige@btinternet.com


Bampton Village Hall
CA10 2RQ

Route Map



Haweswater Hotel
Art deco hotel located a secluded picturesque hillside overlooking the reservoir where the Haweswater Half Marathon passes by. 21 high quality rooms are situated over two floors, Le Mardale restaurant for fine dining, relaxed bar and terrace which is ideal for watching the runners below.

Mardale Inn
Located in the village of Bampton

Bank House
B&B located in Penrith

Crown & Mitre
Located in Bampton Grange about half a mile from the start

New Ing Lodge
Located in the village of Shap just 4 miles from Bampton. The New Ing Lodge offers bed and breakfast, dorm style rooms and camping in the Eastern Fells on the edge of the Lake District and the Eden Valley in Cumbria. We are positioned in Shap, on Wainwright’s coast to coast and the Westmorland Way, and are easily accessible for the Eastern Fells of the Lake District, The Howgills and The Pennines.