Irish Mountain
Running Association

Mushera-Boggeraghs

Description:
Mushera-Boggeraghs
County:
Cork
Date:
Sunday 3rd March, 2024
Time:
11:00
Climb (m):
500
Distance (km):
10.80
Event Difficulty:
7 (2,3,2) - Moderate Terrain, >500M ascent, 6Km - 10Km
Race Marking:
Route fully marked - Route fully marked
GPS Allowed:
Yes
Leagues:
Whiskey In The Jar League 
Mandatory Kit:
Level B - Standard
  • Waterproof jacket
  • Hat or buff
  • Gloves
  • Whistle
  • Charged mobile phone with emergency number stored
  • Foil blanket, bivvy bag or equivalent

All runners must bring the above items to the race. The actual kit to be carried during the race will be finalised on the day, depending on conditions etc., and clearly advised at Registration.

You should also have the means to carry all the kit in case required.

Failure to have the required items may lead to you being denied entry to the race, or disqualification. Random checks may be carried out.

Entry Opens:
Sunday 25th February 2024, 00:00
Entry Closes:
Saturday 2nd March 2024, 18:00
Entry cost:
€7 for seniors, €5 for over 65s and under 18s
Entry limit:
None set
Entries sold:
26
Route Description:
Open Mountain Race

Mushera Long Route

Route map for Mushera_Long_Route_10km_2024 by IMRA Munster on plotaroute.com


Mushera Short Route

Route map for Mushera_Short_Route_5km_2024 by IMRA Munster on plotaroute.com

10km & 5km All runners start at the gates of Millstreet Country Park and down the road towards St Johns Well , at approx. (500m) take a right onto the fireroad, where you will start your climb following the Blackwater way (Yellow Man) and IMRA signs ,at (2km) the fireroad will start to disappear, and we're into wet boggy open mountain terrain, at (2.5km) the 5km crew will take a right (signed/marshaled) for their final climb up to the Cairn...on to the Cross and begin the epic descend to the finish line ... While the 10km crew will head on for more open mountain, at (2.8km) you'll meet the 1st of 3 step over the wire, at (3.6km) the yellow man heads off and more IMRA flags appear, at (4km) you will follow the IMRA flags keeping the boundary wire to your left for 1km until you meet your 2nd step over the wire, after this its a (2km) climb to the cairn (highest point) ... follow on the flags for the 3rd and final step over the wire heading for the Cross , at the Cross there's 1km out and back section (extra kudos for anyone who spots the well on the return) back at the Cross again where the fun starts as you start your 1.2km descend to the Finish ..... Flags will mark the safest route down
Getting There:
Millstreet Country Park. (https://maps.app.goo.gl/HohVd44onmTjYgf7A)

From Limerick ,Tipperary ,Waterford , Cork Proceed to Mallow, take Killarney rd (N72) for approximately 20k. At cross roads take left for Banteer (R579)1k, in Banteer take right for Millstreet (L1120), after 4K take left for Killcorney, at T junction take right, at next T junction 1k take left for Killcorney. Straight all the way after that. Trough Killcorney village, straight trough 2 cross roads, follow sign for St Johns Well, we about 400mtr further on. From Kerry, come to Millstreet, take road across from Dairygold Co Op Superstores signpost Rylane(L1123), after 6k take right signposts St Johns Well, St. John Well we be our overflow car park.
Organisers Instructions:
Open Mountain Race
Registration ,Start , and Finish at the gates of Millstreet Country Park Fully Marked Routes: All abilities catered for, so if its your first open mountain race or you want to shake off the cobwebs, this is for you.

GRIPPY Shoes are a must for this race.

REGISTRATION opens at 10am
Kids race 10:15
Early start 10:30 10km
Main race 11:00 10km
Short race 11:15 5km
 

Volunteers (Non-Running)

You need to have done 2 non-running volunteer roles in a calendar year to qualify for end of year prize

Current Volunteers

 

Please login to myIMRA to volunteer to help at this event. You should aim to volunteer at least once for every 10 events that you run.

Volunteers (Running)

Check with race director if they have a need for people volunteering and running. Race directors need a minimum number of people available throughout the race to make the race work so non-running volunteers are preferable. While it can be helpful, volunteering in a volunteer and race capacity does not count towards qualifying for end of year prize

Current Volunteers

 

Please login to myIMRA to volunteer to help at this event. You should aim to volunteer at least once for every 10 events that you run.
 

Carpool

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