The Hoka Highland Fling is a 53 mile trail race which takes place every year in April. The route follows the West Highland Way, Scotland’s oldest official long distance footpath, through the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park.
Our aim is to put on an event which will allow as many runners as possible to experience Scotland’s beautiful scenery and also the camaraderie that exists within the Scottish ultrarunning community.
Beth Pascall ran 7:52:55 to take Lucy Colquhouns' long standing record of 8:10:03 in 2008.
Live Event Tracking & Facebook/Twitter Updates
Family and friends can follow your progress on Saturday using the live tracking which will be updated as you reach each timing checkpoint.
You can also set up your Facebook and/or Twitter account to automatically post live information on your own Timeline.
This year we are organising a Pre-Race Reception and Q &A session on the Friday afternoon before the race in the beautiful Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum in the west end of Glasgow. Read info...
We are excited to introduced Tailwind Nutrition on board as a supporting event sponsor. Thanks to Mike and the team for there support.
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The 2016 Fling is confirmed as a 2 point qualifier for the Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc®
The 2016 Ultramarathon entries are now closed.
Many thanks to everyone that has entered.