Friday, 19 June 2009

W/e 'local' fell running, 20/21 June ...

Saturday 20th June, Red Kite challenge, Nant Yr Arian, (SN 718 813) on A44 east of Aberysywyth. Walk, 11am, 8+miles, £5. Run, 1pm, 11+miles (£100 for new record), EOD £10, M:1.12, F:1.19. Forest and moorland.
Tuesday evening race 23rd June. '3 hills of Penmaenmawr'. Start 7.15pm. Craig Llwyd Kennels (SH 720 759). EOD £1.50. Please register at 6.30 if you can.

Always bring: bumbag, map, compass, whistle, wind/waterproof top & trousers, hat & gloves, suncream ...
E&OE, please make your own checks before travelling.

For the latest local running news, check this Eryri 'blog' site and WFRA

Advance notices:

Sat 27th June, Ras Tyn-y-Groes, 2.1miles/700ft, Tyn-y-Groes Hotel, Ganllwyd. Start 13.00, £3 EOD.
Sun 28th June, Moel y Gamelin, AM, 9miles/2700ft, M: 1.13, F: 1.29. Ponderosa Cafe, Horseshoe Pass (SJ 193 481). Start 11.00, £3 EOD.
Weds 1st July, Vaynol Park 10k, race now full, entries closed, but go along and cheer !

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Weekend Mountain Forecast for Snowdonia
Saturday: Overcast with light rain and drizzle at first, and widespread hill fog. Late morning the cloud will start to lift and break a little, as isolated light showers replace the rain and drizzle. Then from late afternoon the showers will die away, leaving a dry and fine evening.
Sunday: It will be dry during the morning with plenty of sunshine and it will feel quite warm in the light northwesterly breeze. Any early patchy mist and fog clearing inland, but risk of mist, low cloud and fog affecting coastal areas all day.

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