Fjällräven Classic is about enabling you to get out and enjoy nature, so we aim to take care of the basics. Your ticket fee includes the following:
Car parking at the start/basecamp in Blair Atholl (if required).
Overnight camping at Blair Castle on Wednesday 8th July 2020 (if required).
Bus transfers from the finish at Glenmore Lodge back to the start of Classic UK in Blair Atholl on Sunday 12th July 2020.
Transportation of one bag up to 60 litres/20kgs from Blair Castle to Glenmore Lodge. Luggage that is larger or heavier can also be transported, but there will be an additional cost for doing so. At registration, you will receive a tag with your name and start-number. You should attach this to your luggage when you check it in. You can collect your luggage from Glenmore Lodge on Saturday 11th July 2020 up to 10pm.
A waterproof map at a scale of 1:40,000 and a plastic sleeve.
A Trekking Pass to be stamped by Fjällräven Classic officials with unique stamps at each checkpoint, as well as at the start and finish.
Gas, petrol or methylated spirit to use for your camping stove. Fuel is handed out at check-in. Please note that if you use petrol or methylated spirit you will have to bring your own bottle.
The gas available is Primus Gas, which can be used for stoves with a standard screw thread. You can restock with gas (not petrol or methylated spirit) at Bynack Fords.
Freeze-dried food for three days of Classic UK. This will available at check-in and, if needed, you can also refill food at the Bynack Fords checkpoint.
An orange safety tag to attach to your backpack. This is so we can see you’re part of Fjällräven Classic UK and it’s also so you can be seen more easily in an emergency situation. The safety tag is handed out at the start at Blair Castle.
Fjällräven Classic trash bag for taking care of your rubbish. During the trek, you are required to collect all your waste in the bag. No waste can be left along the route, at checkpoints, bothies or wind shelters.
A Fjällräven Classic UK medal when you cross the finish line after walking the 60km route.