WINTER TRAIL 10K
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JANUARY 11TH 2020 | AFAN Forest
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The Buff Wales Trail 10k & 5K event will take place on Saturday 11th January 2020, 11AM at Bryn Bettws Lodge.
Our most popular 10k race is back for 2020 and we will again be taking in the breath-taking tracks and trail of Afan Forest country Park.
The Buff Wales Trail 10k brings you that awesome experience of a 10k Race that takes you through some of the panoramic views of Afan Country Park. The route is mixed with some epic climbs followed but fast and fun downhill before hitting the notorious ‘WALL’ at the end of the race.
This event is open to seasoned trail runners and beginners. So why not join Tough Runner UK and start 2020 off with a bang and get off the road!
WARNING: THIS EVENT IS LIMITED AND SOLD OUT FAST THE PASSED 2 YEARS SO MAKE SURE YOU SECURE YOUR PLACE EARLY. *UPDATE* 250 places sold in one day.
RACE ROUTE: See the race route HERE
With this race you'll get:
RACE BRIEFING FOR ALL RUNNERS
START OF THE BUFF WALES 10K
FIRST RUNNERS EXPECTED
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BRYN BETTWS LODGE
Please Note: there is now a £5 pounds parking fee this event, this is payable to the marshal at the event festival entrance. Parking is limited please care share if possible.
Light refreshments and fuel can be found in Bryn Bettws Lodge and our tents near the start/finish line.
Main car parking is within Bryn Bettws. Follow the lane until you reach the lodge and a Marshall will direct you where to park. Please keep in mind to bring £5 for the parking fee.
- Open first 3 men
- Open first 3 Women
- Just a reminder to please be more weather-proof if the conditions are not kind to us on the day. This is a trail race through the forest, please ensure you dress and prepare adequately and keep well hydrated (especially if the weather is hot).
This event is open to people of all abilities.
No please leave all valuables in your car.
YES! We provide a free photographer!
Yes water will be located at the start/finish and halfway point.