The Yorkshire Peaks range in the sun

Sue Ryder Manorlands Settle Loop Challenge 2022


22nd October 2022


North Ribblesdale RUFC
Lower Greenfoot
BD24 9RB


10 miles


Adam Brunskill
01535 640441
Event location map

54.0656403, -2.2760091

A trail event for walkers, runners or mountain bikers on the beautiful 10 mile circular loop from the market town of Settle on bridleways, helping to raise crucial funds for Sue Ryder's expert care.

Runners on the Settle Loop Challenge route, with a view across rolling hills
Walkers passing large stones in a green field

Run, walk or mountain bike

Choose to run, walk or mountain bike this 10 mile loop on the hilly trails above the beautiful market town of Settle, in the Yorkshire Dales.

The event, sponsored by Castleberg Outdoors, starts and finishes at North Ribblesdale RUFC. You will be rewarded with a bespoke medal and hot food when you finish.

The route

The route is on good trails and is signed and marshalled. It does, however, take in some remote parts of the Yorkshire Dales countryside so you need to be fit and healthy enough to take part, and prepared with appropriate clothing and footwear for the day.

View the Settle Loop Challenge route

Those considering running or taking part on mountain bikes, but who would ideally like a longer route, should see the 3 Dales Marathon - Run it, Ride it which is an extension of this event on the same day.

Two walkers on a track in the Yorkshire Dales
The Yorkshire Dales stretching off into the distance

Fill someone's last days with love

The crucial funds raised by this event will help Sue Ryder continue to provide expert palliative, neurological and bereavement support for the people they care for and their families, filling their last days with love.

You can help us to be there when it matters.

Get in touch

If you have any further questions about this year's Settle Loop Challenge or need any help with your fundraising, you can contact Adam Brunskill on 01535 640441 or

Event sponsor

The Castleberg Outdoors logo, showing a mountain and 'Gear for adventure'