The Castleton Showfield
Photo by Mick Garratt

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Welcome to the home page for the Castleton Show Run!

The entry form for the 2017 edition of the Show Run is now available - see entry form page

The 2017 Show Schedule is now available via the Castleton Show page.

Dave Aspin's pictures from the 2016 race can be found here

Dave Robinson's pictures from the 2016 race can be found on our Facebook page here

Karen Newton's photos from the 2014 races and Show can be found here

Dave Aspin's pictures from the 2013 race can be found here

A short video from 2013 by Jon Zigmond is here

Like us on Facebook - search for 'Castleton Show Run' or click here

  A road race for fell runners - a fell race for road runners!!


The Castleton Show Run is a road race of approximately 10k or 6 miles, which starts and finishes at the Castleton Show Field on show day!

 The race is organised by members of North York Moors AC.

Castleton is a village at the top end of the Esk Valley in the North York Moors National Park.

The race route traverses minor roads in a circular manner via Dibble Bridge, the ford at Hob Hole and the village of Westerdale.

 A map of the course can be viewed on the 'race route' page.

 The show is a traditional North York Moors village affair, with marquees of exhibits, refreshments, various stalls, live music and kid races. The show is held on the second Saturday in September.