Solos and Pairs
You will be able to drive into the Solos and Pairs camping areas. However, we need to restrict the numbers of vehicles so we’re only able to allow one car per solo entry (including supporters) and one car per pairs entry (including supporters) in this area. This is how it was in previous years.
Each Solo or Pair (team captain) will receive a unique parking pass the week before the event via email. Please ensure you print this out so you can display it on your dashboard on entering the site.
Entry to the Solos and Pairs camping area will be from Friday to 09:00 - 21:00 and from 07:00 – 09:00 on Saturday. We will close on Friday for a short time at 7pm to allow for the children’s race.
Once you have entered the Solos and Pairs camping areas, cars cannot be moved again until 13:30 on Sunday.
If you would like to leave in your car before 13.30 on Sunday, you will need to park in Parking Area 2 and carry your kit across to the solos and pairs area due to risks of vehicle movement in high footfall areas.
We know some teams have individuals who come early to set up their area. To support with this, we are allowing one car per team to park in Parking Area 1 which is as close as possible to central camping and glamping areas.
Each team captain will receive a unique parking pass the week before the event via e-mail to distribute to a designated driver and display in their window.
All other team members will have to park in Parking Area 2 due to available space in Parking Area 1.
Access to Parking Area 1 will be Friday from 09:00 - 21:00 and 07:00- 09:00 on Saturday.
After this time Parking Area 1 will be closed until 1.30pm on Sunday.
If you need to go off-site in the car between these times you must move your car to Parking Area 2 once you have unloaded along the one-way traffic system.
A limited number of wheelbarrows and/or trolleys will be available from Parking Area 1 for participants to use to move their kit to the camping areas. Crew will be on hand to assist where possible and ensure these don’t disappear into the camping zones, but we advise if you do have your own trolley and are able to bring this to the site it will avoid issues if people don’t return trolleys quickly.
Blue Badge Holders
There is a disabled parking area at the top of Parking Area 1. Entry is via Parking Area 1. You will need to display a valid blue badge permit to be able to park here. You will also be able to come and go throughout the weekend.
Campervans and caravans must be in the campervan area and must not be moved once parked (until 12 midday Sunday) Camper vans must be parked sideways (not facing down a slope) with wheel chocks in place. Caravans must be detached from the vehicle and the vehicle parked in the main car park.
If one team member is in the camper van area, other team members can choose to camp there with them instead of the camping zones. Please ensure that any tents are alongside the camper van and not directly behind it or any other van.
Car Park 2, Overflow and Short Stay Parking
For team members, supporters, those needing to leave early and those not covered in the sections above, parking will be available in Parking Area 2, Overflow and Short Stay areas.
This will be open for the following times:
- Friday 09:00 – 22:00
- Sat: 07:00 – 22:00
- Sun: 07:00 – 17:00