Back by popular demand, we are excited to announce that The Craggy Island Triathlon is back for 2020!
We’d hoped to open entries on 1st April, but for obvious reasons, that’s not possible right now. We will open as soon as we can, and will announce the date in advance here, our Facebook page, and via our mailing list. Thanks for your understanding!
Unique in the UK and probably the World, the Craggy Island Triathlon will have you swimming across the sound of Kerrera from the mainland to an island to start your race. How cool is that?
The island in this case is the rugged spectacular and completely unspoilt Isle of Kerrera, just off the West coast of Scotland near the busy town and harbour of Oban.
The race is entirely off-road (there are no roads on the island, so there’s not much choice about that!), and will take you from sea level to the highest point of the island with spectacular views across the Firth of Lorne and Sound of Mull.
Craggy Island Triathlon is a fundraiser for the Oban Mountain Rescue Team.
The race will provide a warm (well, we can’t promise the water will be warm!) and welcome environment for newbies and triathlon beginners, as well as a tough off-road challenge for those who fancy their chances at the head of the field.