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Conwy Half Marathon

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Event summary

Starting and finishing on the quayside in front of the 700+ year old Conwy Castle, the Conwy Half Marathon is considered a classic. Votedtop 5 most scenic Half Marathons in the UK by Readers of Runners world, you won't regret signing up for this event.

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What's included:

  • Finishers medal
  • Cotton T-shirt (which can be upgraded to a technical t shirt for a small fee)
  • Baggage drop
  • Drinks Stations
  • First aid
  • Pre and post race massage (available for a fee)
  • Online results
  • Professional photography
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Frequently asked questions
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Are headphones permitted on the course?
No. The Conwy Half Marathon adheres with UKA guidance: for races using open or partly open roads, all headphones (with the exception of bone-conducting headphones) or similar devices (unless for medical purposes) are not permitted. Unfortunately any competitor caught using headphones will be disqualified from the event. … read more
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Is there a cut off time?
Although we ask all runner to keep to a minimum pace of 12-15 minute miles (which would take between 3-3:30 hours to complete the course), if you are running slower than this you still will be able to finish. However, when directed to do so you will need to run on pavements and run as a pedestrian obeying all signals and the highway code. We cannot guarantee volunteer marshals will continue to be on course and therefore it is your responsibility to look at the route and follow the course signs.… read more
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Is this a closed road event?
The majority of the course is closed road, however it is important to note that the Great Orme is open to traffic. It is therefore very important to listen to marshals instructions as vehicles have the right of way. When crossing a road please listen to marshal instructions on crossing points and keep on the Left at all times unless instructed different.… read more
Route description
Route description

This beautiful course runs alongside the Conwy River, flowing towards Deganwy Beach and the West Shore Llandudno.

From there it goes along church Walks towards Llandudno Pier, then around the Great Orme taking in views of the Isle of Anglesey, Puffin Island, and the surrounding North Wales coastline, before looping back to Conwy and the finish line.

The course is relatively flat making it the perfect opportunity to go for a PB!

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Logistics and schedule

Schedule

08:00 Registration and Race HQ Opens

09:15 Fun Run Start

10:00 Half Marathon Start

*Entry to the Fun Run is done on the day at registration and costs £5.

Volunteers

Run Wales is always on the look out for more Race Marshalls. If you'd be interested, please get in touch!

For more information and to register your interest in volunteering please contact Angharad on [email protected] or call 07506 665 219

How to get there

2 Lower Gate St, Conwy LL32 8AL, UK

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Address: Conwy Castle, Rose Hill St, Conwy LL32 8AY

Conwy is a small town prone to congestion, particularly with large events like this! Please arrive with plenty of time to spare.

There are two main parking areas available, and there is a £2 parking charge which allows you to park in town for the whole day:

Car park 1: For vehicles approaching Conwy via Llandudno Junction A55, turn left at the castle, under the arch and follow the road round to the car park, on Llanrwst Road.

Car park 2: For vehicles approaching from Bangor direction and as an overflow from car park 1, is located at the County Council offices in Bodlondeb.

There is also another overflow parking area located near Aberconwy school in the Morfa which is a ten minute walk in to Conwy.

The later you arrive the longer it will take to walk the start. The furthest parking area is approx a 10 minute jog or 20 min walk to the start.

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