FACE UP TO THE MOUNTAIN

8am SAT 8th OCTOBER 2022


THE ROC takes in the Highlands, and takes on the UK’s highest mountain. This race has it all including the highest elevation gain of all THE ROC events in the Trilogy. From the swim in Loch Leven, the ‘gravel/mountain’ bike route on part road part trail to Fort William through the most epic terrain, the run up Ben Nevis and back, you will reap the rewards for years to come when you cross the finish line at the Isles of Glencoe.

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GLENCOE TO BEN NEVIS SUMMIT & BACK

100km and 9,566ft total elevation gain
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SWIM

1.5KM

BIKE

38.5KM

MOUNTAIN

16.5KM

BIKE

42KM

RUN

1KM

Kicking off in Glencoe on the dramatic shoreline of Loch Leven, THE ROC Scotland starts with a 1.5km swim before heading off 38.5km’s on ‘gravel/mountain’ bike round the stunning loch and up into the Glens, joining the old military trail road to Fort William and Glen Nevis Transition at the western end of the Grampian Mountains. The race then heads off on foot up the UK’s highest mountain, with 4,265 feet of intense assent to the summit of Ben Nevis and a 16.8km total trek up and down. The return bike leg takes you 42km back to Glencoe (a little extra distance on the road) and a 1km trail run to the finish line on the waters edge of Loch Leven.

100km and 4,265ft elevation with a total ascent of 9,566ft
A unique and epic event from Glencoe to the top of the UKs’ highest mountain and back.

There’s no other endurance triathlon like it. Loch swim, 2 transitions 42km’s apart. 5 stages and the UKs’ highest mountain.
SWIM | BIKE | MOUNTAIN | BIKE | RUN

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1.5KM SWIM | 38.5KM BIKE | 16.5KM MOUNTAIN | 42KM BIKE | 1KM RUN
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