25km - 8th May 2016


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Crogen - 8th May 2016

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Crogen Estate in North Wales has been home to the Robertson family since 1857. Located in an area of outstanding natural beauty the land includes mountains, forests and the River Dee. Crogen Estate lies in North Wales near the village of Llandrillo, and is surprising near to the major cities.

Crogen Estate is private land that cannot be run at any other time! With meandering river banks, forest tracks and trails and exposed moorland, the terrain here is definitely varied. The panoramic views are worth all your effort.

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Getting there

Crogen is just off the B4401 near to Corwen and Llandrillo. The postcode for sat nav is LL21 0SY. The grid reference is 52.9210911, -3.4791496. Although the postcode will get you near to Crogen we advise you use a map as some sat navs can have interesting interpretation of where to take you. There will be Up Hill Down Dale signs to direct you from the local area, but we can't be responsible if you get lost. Please give yourself plenty of time to get there and register before you're due to start your race. Registration and car parking opens at 8am and registration closes at 10am.

Transport links

Crogen Estate in North Wales is nearer than you might think! (postcode LL21 0SY)

  • Chester 1 hours 5 minutes
  • Liverpool 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Manchester 1 hours 50 minutes
  • Birmingham 2 hours 10 minutes
  • The nearest train station is at Ruabon


There are a number of places to stay in the surrounding area. Such as:

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