Join us at Llandegla forest for a weekend of Trail Running fun! Last year we sold out all of our races! On Saturday we have the 10km trail, Canicross and Half Marathon trail races! The Half Marathon trail race uses parts of the 10km route but is mostly a separate route. On Sunday we’ve got a brand new trail Marathon and the 10km trail challenge. The Marathon is 2 loops of the Half Marathon route.
There is a total of 390 metres of elevation for the 10km and 780 metres of elevation for the Half Marathon and 1650 metres for the trail marathon. There is an entry limit of 300 (each day) and we expect it to fill quickly, so get it now!
Our races at Llandegla start and finish at the visitors centre ensuring a great atmosphere for all. With copious well established mountain biking and walking routes, trail running is a new adventure at Coed Llandegla.
There is ample parking at the event and which is provided by the centre and is charged at £4.50 for each car. We encourage car sharing.
Have a look at the ‘The Day’ page for a full schedule of events on the day and have a look at our FAQs page for answers to more questions. If you have anything else you’d like to ask us then go to the contact us page and fill in the form or use the live chat at the bottom right of your screen. You can ask us anything you like but we’re better at answering questions about the events, we reserve the right to post silly questions to our facebook page :)
The 10km trail Challenge takes place on the Sunday where the 10 km trail race takes place on the Saturday. You can run, walk or crawl the 10km Challenge. It’s not timed, as such (there will be a race clock at the end so you can see how long it took you) and there are no prizes and no results, for the challenge. It’s all about you having a non pressured day out enjoying the route, scenery and great company! We will make sure you feel like a winner at the end!
Everyone will get a finishers medal and a unique event t-shirt.
Its recommended you hold appropriate 3rd party insurance, just in case your dog injures someone or another dog.
In a canicross race your dog is attached to you with a bungee line, which goes round your waist. The dog wears a padded dog harness. This set up ensures maximum comfort and safety for both runner and dog.
If necessary an open muzzle can be used.
Any other questions. please contact us
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