£356 pp
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Thursday 25th – Saturday 27th April

The Manx Classic is a unique three-day hill climbing event, held on public roads under closed-road conditions, at three different venues across the island. Apart from the outstanding locations on which the Classic is staged, what makes the event so special, is that it is open to Edwardian, vintage, classic and modern sports cars – a sensational selection of magnificent machines.   

Two of the climbs are on parts of the famous TT Course and the third is considered by many to be even better.  The sheer fun of competing on normal roads in competition has to be experienced to be believed, plus competition cars can be driven to each venue, all between 45 minutes and one hour travelling time from Douglas.

The 3-day Manx Classic Hill Climb is a wonderful experience, but as an added bonus, why not extend your stay on the Isle of Man by a few days either side of the competition days. This will give you the opportunity to tour our amazing Island – packed with wonderful scenery and unique attractions.  You won’t regret it!

Race Scrutineering

Scrutineering will take place on Wednesday, 24 April at the TT Grandstand scrutineering bays on Glencrutchery Road, Douglas, between 3.00pm and 7.00pm.  Once scrutineered, the Clerk of Course will hold the drivers’ briefing, after which, your time is your own.

Tom Purves in his Morgan Roadster Lightweight

Day 1 sees competitors travel to the Sloc in the south of the Island, just north of Port Erin.  The course is a challenging 1.06 miles, rising by 421.26 feet (average climb 1 in 14). It also provides the added bonus of providing spectators with safe viewing for the full length of the track. 

Finley Hope-Cameron in his Morgan

Day 2, the competition takes place on Creg Willey’s in the middle of the Island, on the Glen Helen section of the TT Course.  The start is just after the 9th milestone at Glen Mooar and runs through a series of curves covering a 1.39 mile course. The course climbs 328.08 feet at an average of 1 in 23. The smoothest flowing of the three hills, it still takes a lot of skill to get it right.

Steve Thompson in Ford Mustang

Day 3 (the final day), the event starts on the outskirts of Ramsey, the Island’s second town. Lhergy Frissell is the early part of the Mountain Road section of the TT Course.  It is the longest and highest climb of the three venues, using famous bends that most two or four-wheel motorsport fans will recognise. The hill climb is over 1.48 miles and rises by an average of 1 in 14.  This finish line is 566.54 feet higher than the start line.

Package Contents

Manx Hill Climb Packages Include:

  • 4 Nights Bed & Breakfast
  • Hotel Car parking
  • Return sea travel with a car or Van up to 5.5m 

Packages are flexible and can include:

  • Alternative durations of stay
  • Larger vehicles
  • Trailers on the ferry
  • Evening Meals
  • Single Occupancy rooms

For more information on tailor-made packages contact our reservations team.

Package Prices

Accommodation Nights Price
Palace Hotel & Casino 4 From £356 per person Enquire
Comis Hotel & Golf Resort 4 From £415 per person Enquire
Ramsey Park Hotel 4 From £356 per person Enquire