EPIC TRAIL 10K
Race Postponed to SEPTEMBER 12TH 2021
Date: 12 SEPTEMBER 2021
IT’S BACK FOR 2021!
The Snowdonia Epic Trail 10k is set to be one of the most highly anticipated new 10K’s in Wales! With capacity for over a thousand participants we aim to soak up the pure picturesque scenery of Snowdonia. Gwydir Forest Park is home to the celebrated landscapes of lakes, forests and mountains to the generations of visitors who have enjoyed the woodland paths since Victorian times.
Gwydir Forest ranges across the hills on Snowdonia’s eastern flank. High wooded ramparts rise steeply from the level pastures of the Conwy valley, enfolding Betws-y-Coed, and creating a dramatic setting for a NEW Tough Runner UK event.
If you haven’t been to a Tough Runner event before, you’re in for a surprise! We like to think of it as more than just a race, we make extra effort to make sure it’s a day for you to remember!
The 10k race is open to all levels, from beginners to elite athletes. Everyone is welcome to sign up.
So why not join Tough Runner UK on September 12th 2021 for the Snowdonia Epic Trail 10k in the stunning Gwydir Forest Park for an action-packed day of trail running.
Date: Sunday 12th September 2021 – 9AM Start
Participants: The program will be limited to 1500 participants for optimal race experience!
RACE ROUTE: Check out the race route HERE
With this race you'll get:
RACE BRIEFING FOR ALL RUNNERS
START OF THE SNOWDONIA EPIC 10K
FIRST RUNNERS EXPECTED
REVIEWS FROM FACEBOOK:
Betws- Y- Coed,
SH 794611 53.13384 -3.80334
Minor road East off the A470 in Llanrwst.
Various access points off the A5 between Capel Curig and Betws y Coed.
- Picnic sites
- Public toilets in village
- Children welcome
Parking will be provided at a fee of £5 per car. Parking is limited so please car share if possible.
This event is open to people of all abilities.
No please leave all valuables in your car.
YES! Our photography is applied by the amazing Ed Morris Photography so make sure to check out his pages.
Yes water will be located at the start/finish and halfway point.