Online Registration

Step by step guides:

Create, join or swap teams:
Create a team, register yourself and invite others to join

Join a team

Swap teams (or create a new one)

How to mange your team

Registration (entry) and payment is online via Eventbrite only. No new registrations on event day. On event day you must go to registration with your printed PDF ticket.

Create a team
You can create a team when you first register through Eventbrite. Once you have created a team you can invite others to join. NOTE: If you create a team, remember to join that team yourself! There is a limit of 12 in a team.

Age rules
The minimum age is 16 (on the day of the event). If you are 16 or 17 (on the day of the event) your parents or legal guardian will agree and accept all the event terms and conditions and consent to your participation by signing your ticket.

Refunds or deferrals: We operate a 14-day cooling off period. If you cancel your entry you will receive a refund of the Entry Fee minus a £5 service fee. To apply for a refund, you must email us within 14 days of payment of the entry fee. This rule does not apply within the 14 days prior to the event where no refunds can be given at all.

Your entry fee is non-refundable (after the 14-day cooling off period) unless we have to postpone or cancel the event due the Covid-19 pandemic, in this case you will be offered a deferment to any of our future events or a full refund, minus the booking fee.

Individual Deferments: We are not able to offer individual deferments to future years.

Registration cut off
You must be registered and have made all team changes 5 days before each event.

You will receive a confirmation email from Eventbrite confirming your registration. You MUST print and sign the attached PDF ticket and bring it to registration at the event.

Changing your details
Log into your Eventbrite account and edit your details whenever you like up to two weeks before the event. The only detail you cannot change is the name of the participant. If you would like to arrange a swap or replacement runner see options above.

Please check your spam or junk folders or double check what email address you used to buy your ticket!
If it's still not there we’re sorry you aren’t receiving our emails. Contact us and we’ll resend any information you may have missed.

Registration at the event

Documents you must bring
1. PDF ticket – sent in your confirmation email

How to register at the event
1. Arrive at registration marquee on the Saturday morning
2. Hand over your printed PDF ticket
3. Receive your race pack

What To Bring

Essential for the race:

- Printed and signed PDF ticket from your entry confirmation email
- Any required medication
- Head torch for those planning to run during hours of darkness

Race equipment and clothing:
- Trail running shoes with good grip
- Synthetic sports clothing that sheds water quickly and keeps you warm when wet (Lycra, Power Stretch etc.); gloves/hat (optional)
- A refillable water bottle or cup (water stations will be provided but not cups)
- Cash (if you want to purchase food and drink at the event)
- All your camping gear!

Event Times

*Exact timings and race rules will be emailed to all participants 10 days before the event*


3:00pm - Campsite opens

4:00pm onwards - Woodfired Pizza & Pasta Party (available to purchase)

10:00pm Campsite entry closes


7:00am - Car park and campsite opens

7:15am - Registration opens

9:45am - Race brief & welcome

10:00am- Race Start


10:00am - 11:00am - Race Finish

11:15am - Prize Giving

2:00pm - Campsite and car park closes


Cost & Fundraising

How much does a ticket cost?
See here

What the ticket fee includes:
- Electronic timing and live real time results throughout
- Weekend camping and parking pass
- Medical support
- Professional safety marshals
- Water station

Do I have to raise money for your partner charities?
No, you can raise money for your chosen charity or none at all but if you are looking for a great cause then get a pledge place and help support the event further.

Get an invoice
For workplace teams only - please click here.

Race Timing

- The event is timed with electronic timing chips using the Sport Ident timing system.
- Your lap is counted and timed every time you pass through the start/finish line area and 'dib' your race timing chip in a receiver.
- This timing chip will be on a lanyard so you can carry it around your neck
- Team members will pass this timing chip on like a relay baton to the next team member at the transition area at the start/finish line
- If a solo runner or a whole team decide to take a rest, i.e no one running on the course, you can 'dib out' at the transition area to pause the lap time. When you are ready to start your next lap again you can 'dib in' at the transition area to resume the lap time
- Real time result updates will streamed live throughout the event and final results will be emailed to all participants. Extreme bragging rights will also be availible when we upload results onto social media for shortly after the event.


There will be a prize giving directly after the event has finished.
Awesome wooden Loch Ness 24 Shield prizes to the winners in solo and team categories

Photos & Media

You are very welcome to take images of the event but you are not allowed sell them online or through any other means.

We welcome all media coverage. Please contact us for more information.


- Camping is included at the Loch Ness 24 for all ticket holders ONLY and includes Friday & Saturday night, its right next to the event base and on a flat grassy field.
- Additional weekend camping passes can be purchased per person for spectators/support crew
- 2 x Children under 12 are free to camp with one adult camping pass or ticket holder

NOTE: Some of the following may change if ground conditions are very wet, we will confirm all camping info in the final pre-email before the event.

Cars, you will be able to park a very short walk from your tent
Camping together? If so please all arrive together so you can pitch tents at the same time, we kindly ask tent space is not reserved for late arrivals as we may need to fill open spaces with other tents
Campervans are welcome! (no electric hook ups are avalible)
Caravans: We can allow some caravans on site, please email us if you would like to bring yours.
Quiet(ish) time will be from 23:00 - 07:00, loud time is everything else
Drinking water is provided throughout the event
Toilets are provided at the event base and camping area
Showers are not currently available onsite so best bring the compostable wet wipes!
Fires Raised BBQ's and small raised fire pits under tight control are ok. Strictly no open ground fires or ground scorching are allowed

Spectators, Children & Dogs

We welcome your supporters and spectating is free but we do charge a small fee for per car for parking to cover costs. There are several great vantage points from which friends and family can watch and photograph your achievement. They can also enjoy the excellent food, drink and atmosphere. If they are planning to camp as well they will need to purchase an additional camping ticket

There is some great spectating to be had! However, for their own safety you must not allow children access onto the course during the race. Children are allowed to stay in the campsite and additional camping tickets may be required depending on age.


Dogs are allowed onsite but not on the course as part of the race. They must be kept on leads and under very close control around the event base and campsite. Dog poop... you all know what to do! Please only bring sociable dogs.

Event Terms & Conditions

See Here


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