Winter Hill Runners, Donna Kelsall, Albert Sunter, Toney Donnelly and David Colgan made the trip to Haworth in Yorkshire to compete in the Haworth Hobble and enjoyed the test.

The Howarth Hobble fell race is a challenging event set in the rugged and scenic landscape of the West Yorkshire Pennines.

Starting from the picturesque village of Haworth, famed for its association with the Brontë sisters, the race takes participants on a gruelling journey through the surrounding moors and hills.

Runners face steep ascents, rocky trails, and boggy terrain as they traverse the undulating course, which often includes ascents of prominent peaks such as Stooley Pike.

The route offers breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside, with runners pushing themselves to their limits against the backdrop of the windswept moors.

With its mix of challenging terrain and stunning scenery, the Haworth Hobble is a true test of endurance and determination for all runners.

Running as a trio Colgan, Donnelly and Sunter all crossed the line seconds apart in 6hrs 50mins 21secs, 6:50:22 and 6:50:23, respectively.

This was this Kelsall’s first ultra, but she finished in a fantastic time of 7:24:12.