Join Running Adventures for a trail running mountain skills weekend in beautiful Snowdonia. For this spectacular, we're based in the newly refurbished Capel Tanrallt in the Nantlle Valley, just 10 minutes from Snowdon.
This weekend is aimed at those people who are keen to learn all about trail running in the mountains. Maybe you have a mountain race in the diary, or plan to do one soon? Maybe you want to improve your mountain skills and experience, and learn how to look after yourself in a mountain environment? We will cover everything and give you a weekend to remember.
This weekend is limited to just 10 participants, so you will get loads of opportunity to learn and ask questions.
During this weekend you will get to experience the best of Snowdonia, steep climbs, scrambling, trackless terrain, high peaks, ridge lines, amazing views, challenging weather (probably) and so much more. You will learn the skills and strategies needed to navigate and move through the mountains quickly and safely.
IMPORTANT:This weekend includes very rugged terrain, lots of elevation and takes place in an unforgiving environment, we want everyone to be safe. Therefore, this weekend is for more advanced trail runners only, you must have completed a marathon or ultra distance within 12 months of the event, you must be competent on trails and have a good level of fitness. If you are unsure and would like to discuss before registering, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Nonrefundabledepositof£100requireduponregistration (deducted from balance).
Itinerary Friday Meet at 1pm for our first adventure of the weekend, a 5 mile (1936ft elevation) round trip up to the summit of Cnicht. Check into our accommodation, time to relax. Dinnerandwelcomedrink. Short evening presentation - 'Safety in the Mountains' and Q+A.
Saturday Breakfast. Time to look at maps, weather and discuss plan for the day. 10 mile'ish (4000ft elevation) adventure along the stunning Nantlle Ridgeline with chance to have a go at navigation. Return to accommodation and relax. Dinner.
Sunday Breakfast. Check out of accommodation. Head to Snowdon for a 8 mile (3414ft elevation) up to the Snowdon summit, using the Cambrian Way Ridge, and the Watkin Path (one of the toughest routes on the mountain), another chance to have a go at nav if you would like. Return to cars and say our goodbyes.