Once you’ve made it over the finish line at Glenmore Lodge, tired yet filled with a great sense of achievement, remember to get your Trekking Pass stamped before you head to the Fjällräven Tipi for a well-deserved, celebratory drink. It is here that you’ll also receive your Fjällräven Classic UK medal.
You can also collect your luggage, but need to do so before luggage check-out closes at 10pm.
There is a public campsite 1km from Glenmore Lodge. If you decide to stay there, please organise your pitch before 8pm. You can reserve pitch in advance here.
If you’d like a break from camping and are longing for a proper bed, Glenmore Lodge has a limited number of en suite twin rooms. You can book directly here.
A visit to the Fjällräven Tipi is a must. As well as local food and drink (including vegetarian options), there will be a traditional Scottish Ceilidh with high-energy traditional music that will get even the most tired of limbs onto the dance floor. During the Ceilidh there will also be a chance to win some great gear from Fjällräven and our partners. You will receive your lottery ticket when weighing in your trash bag at the finish.
The Fjällräven Tipi is open from midday to midnight on Saturday 11th July, although the music will quieten down at about 11pm.