The Snowndonia Slate Trail Ultra is a 90 mile (145 Km) Ultra Marathon around Snowndonia starting on 21st of February 2020. The route starts and finishes in Bangor, on the North Wales Coast. It loops through many well known places such as Llanberis, Betws-Y-coed and Beddgelert as well as some lesser known places
The race starts at 7pm on Friday the 21st February and has a 48 hour time limit (7pm on Sunday the 23rd February). Meaning competitors must average 1.9 miles (3km) per hour to complete the race. There are 3 checkpoints on route that all competitors must pass through within a time limit. Each checkpoint (with the exception of Llanberis) is a community hall/leisure centre that is well stocked with food, hot drinks and water for competitors to recharge and re-supply. There will also be floor space at some checkpoints for competitors to sleep if they so wish. Competitors can use drop bags, accessible at each checkpoint apart from Llanberis.
Every competitor is given a GPS tracker so we can see where you are at all times during the race and your family and friends can watch your progress online. The GPS tracker is also equipped with a SOS button, so if you do have a problem we can find you. The event has full medical support supplied by Trail Med (https://www.trailmed.co.uk/). TrailMed have a wealth of experience supporting races of this kind and consist of paramedics and consultant doctors.
If you want or need to withdraw from the event after starting, we will transport you to your nearest checkpoint where you can arrange your own transport home from there.
The route of the race goes through farm land, farms, private forests and private estates. As such the countryside code must be followed at all times. You are responsible for the opening and closing of gates during the race.
You do not have to have completed any qualifying races prior to entry but you MUST be prepared to be in remote locations for long periods and adverse weather and propbably on your own. By entering the race you are stating that you deal with the conditions you will face in Wales in February. You are also stating that you can employ a level head in difficult conditions and not take unnecessary risks.
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The Exodus is a ITRA and UTMB® qualifying race and has been awarded 5 points by the ITRA and UTMB®
The total entry fee is £145. You can either pay in full or pay just 33% non-refunable desposit (£48) now. The second 33% must be paid by the 1st October. The third 33% must be paid by the 1st January. We will email and text you to remind you 1 week before the 1st to remind you about payment. If we don’t hear from you and you fail to pay the any of the remaining fee by the required date you will lose your entry to the race and will not be refunded.
After you have entered the race you can cancel at any point before the 1st January and we’ll refund your entry minus the first 33%. You can transfer or defer your entry to the following year at any point before and including the 1st of January. Entries must be paid in-full before they can be deferred. If you wish to transfer your entry it is up to you to find someone to transfer it to, we will not find someone for you. If you transfer your entry the above payment terms then apply to them.
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