New for 2020:

Man vs Moor Light – 5km of fun! 

This might be the light version on distance but it still packs a punch when it comes to fun!

This route still takes you through some of our classic natural obstacles; ‘Bill’s Hill’, ‘Pinkery Pinacles’, ‘Short Combe Stumble’, ‘Green Mile’, ‘Dash, Splash and Thrash’, Total Blackout and Breakneck Combe! 

Whats not to like?

Man vs Moor Ultimate – The 10 Miler!

All of the awesome obstacles from the Classic but with a lap of the Light thrown in too! This means you’ll be doing the best obstacles twice!! 

Have you got what it takes?

Kids 1.5 km  

With your parents to escort you along the way you’ll start at Pinkery Pond taking on the Dash, Splash and Thrash, The Total Blackout and Breakneck Combe before making your way through the Pinkery Pipe and over the finish line. 


Think you’ve got what it takes?  

What are you waiting for?!


The Routes

These routes have been designed to challenge and push you to your limits but with shear fun at the forefront. Full GPX files and route maps will be available on our downloads page two weeks before the event date.

Man vs Moor Classic –  10km ish 😉 

Bill’s Hill introduces you to your legs and lungs before a scramble over the Pinkery Pinnacles and the technical Short Combe Stumble.  

A Green Mile takes you from deep joy to deep bog before topping out on Chains Barrow.

Fast and flowing technical moorland running takes you to the downhill section know as the Hoaroak Hiatus – a steady section of good trail where you can absorb your stunning surroundings. 

You’re Half Way! Exmoor’s breath-taking character is defined by the next section as you climb to Benjamy’s Ditch – views across the Bristol Channel to one side and remote wilderness to the other.

The Ruckham Reaper takes your mind off it with a full body scramble back up onto the highest moor – and a ride on The Magic Carpet – before the Dash, Splash and Thrash across Pinkery Pond.  

The Total Blackout obstacle takes you into the last section, Breakneck Combe, before the finish line comes into sight…