BHF Snowdon Multi-Activity Challenge – May

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Take on this exciting and tough multi-activity event in the spectacular landscape of the Snowdonia National Park. You'll challenge yourself mentally and physically as you take on some of the most demanding landscapes in Britain on foot, by bike and in a kayak. Approximately 10.5 miles of off-road cycling, 9 miles trekking and 2.5miles kayaking.
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Snowdon Triple - May
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Calendar
Fri, 10 May 2019
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Llanberis, United Kingdom
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Where and when
Location
15 Capel-Coch Rd, Llanberis, Caernarfon LL55 4SH, UK
Start times
Fri, 10 May 2019
Snowdon Triple - May:
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Races summary
Here's what races are available for BHF Snowdon Multi-Activity Challenge – May
Snowdon Triple - May
Bike
10.5mi
Running
9mi
Running
2.5mi
£75.00
Route information
The Snowdon Multi-Adventure Challenge is graded as challenging. This is the perfect challenge for participants who are of an adventurous spirit and an open mind, but perhaps haven’t taken on a multi-activity challenge before. You will not need to be to an expert cyclist or kayaker, just somebody with a willing sense of adventure.
You can tell your supporters that on your Snowdon Multi-Adventure Challenge you will be:
Climbing to the summit of Snowdon – 15km, 1085m high.
Cycling 17km around the lake shore of Llyn Padarn and passed the famous slate quarries of this area.
Kayak for 4km around Llyn Padarn.
A full day of activity, transferring from one activity to the next with just enough time to refuel.
What's included
Before you go
15% off Cotswold Outdoor, Cycle Surgery, Snow and Rock, and Runners Need
Fitness training notes
Sponsorship forms (online and hard copy)
Fundraising advice
Support materials (itinerary, kit list, fact file Q&As, health notes, travel tips, responsible travel
policy and guidance)
Warm up exercise routines
On your challenge
All challenge management before, during and
post event
Full back-up support including first-aid qualified
staff and first-aid supplies
· Drinking water on challenge days
Three meals a day (unless otherwise stated in the
itinerary)
Accommodation during the challenge (usually in twin share)
Train
How to get there
15 Capel-Coch Rd, Llanberis, Caernarfon LL55 4SH, UK
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You should plan to arrive for 7pm on the evening before the challenge. The precise location of the hotel will be given in your Final Details information 1 month prior to the challenge departure. You will be staying in a local hotel close to the village of Llanberis
Event day logistics
Your day begins with an early breakfast, and time to prepare for the challenge ahead. The challenge itself commences at 9am, with the group taking on the cycling route around Llyn Padarn.
Next, the group will undertake the iconic trek to the summit of Snowdon. You will then finish the day with a kayak challenge along the lake. You should expect to complete this challenge by early evening.
Please note that we may need to change the timings of this itinerary and change the order that the activities are undertaken.
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Spectator Info
Due to the challenging nature of the route, this race is not suitable for spectators.
Backpack
Kit List
Equipment of good quality and durability could make the difference between a fantastic challenge experience and an uncomfortable one.
For this challenge, you may wish to change kit between each activity.
You will be able to leave any extra equipment in the support van. Waterproof and well-worn in boots will be indispensable for the trek.
The terrain is uneven and can be very rough, so it is vital that you use a strong pair of canvas or leather boots with good ankle support for this challenge, coupled with a pair of good quality walking socks. Trainers are not suitable.
The benefits of a comfortable day sack cannot be underestimated - so make sure that you train with this. Other essentials are high quality gore-tex waterproof and windproof jackets and trousers, as well as technical/wicking tshirts rather than cotton shirts. We would like to emphasize that jeans should not be worn on this challenge.
Check out the event organiser website for an exhaustive kit list.
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