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The Brenig Way Run Challenge

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The Brenig Way – Run Challenge is a 1 day, fully guided and supported ‘run’ following the 32 mile linear trail, from Corwen, in the Vale of Llangollen to the Llyn Brenig Reservoir Dam, high on the Denbigh Moors.

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OutFit provide Fitness Services, Events & Challenges for all abilities. The goal is to get people moving outdoors, with all of the benefits that brings - and are experts in getting people to their goals, and beyond! We welcome experienced runners, but particularly enjoy seeing beginners get involved and achieve great things. Expect a friendly welcome and a great time with us on your event day.

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What's included:

We are offering a limited number of spaces for this challenge, and will be providing the following, over the course of the day, to make your journey along the trail, as safe, stress free and enjoyable as possible:

Fully Qualified Guides – Leading you every step of the way – you’ll have no worries about getting lost, just relax and enjoy your surroundings and the challenge!

Checkpoint support – The day is split into 5 sections – approximately 5-7 miles in length, and at the end of each one we’ll meet you with your spare gear should you wish to change clothing policy, first aid provision and lots of food and drink to keep you going!

Safety and first aid cover – your in safe hands, your guide will be fully qualified when it comes to outdoor first aid, in addition we will have all the necassary skills and equipment to look after you if something goes wrong, at the end of each section.

Brenig Way Challenge
Sat 11th Sep 2021

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FAQ
How long is the Brenig Way Run Challenge?
The Brenig Way Run Challenge is a 32 mile ultramarathon with 4628ft of ascent.… read more
FAQ
How quickly do I need to run the Brenig Way Run Challenge?
The pace of the Challenge will be dictated by run leaders on the day, and should average 3.8mph; a brisk walking speed for most people.… read more
FAQ
How difficult is the Brenig Way Run?
As an ultramarathon, the Brenig Way Run Challenge is quite challenging. However, you do receive a lot of support, with fully qualified guides leading you through the whole route, and rest stops every 5-7 miles.… read more
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Route description
Route description

The route involves 4628ft of ascent and represents an exhilarating, challenging excursion for those that take it on. The scenery is beautiful along the way – you’ll cover ground that isn’t very well trodden, on good paths that discreetly wind their way through the Dee Valley, through Glan Yr Afon, Maerdy. Clocaenog Forest, Cyfylliog and a gentle ascent alongside the River Clwyedog which ultimately brings you out on the archaeological trail at Llyn Brenig and a flat jog in to the finish.

Speed - We will be averaging around 3.8mph moving time – a brisk walking pace for most, with rest stops at each CP, so the emphasis is on keeping going, not speed! Think of walking briskly the climbs, jogging the flat sections and running the descents and you’ll end up with this average pace, or thereabouts. The pace will be dictated by the Run Leaders.

Logistics and schedule

7:00 am - START

How to get there

The run will begin in Corwen, LL21, located about 90 minutes south of Liverpool via the M53.

You can also reach the town via the TrawsCymru T3 bus to Barmouth.

Frequently asked questions
FAQ
How long is the Brenig Way Run Challenge?
The Brenig Way Run Challenge is a 32 mile ultramarathon with 4628ft of ascent.
FAQ
How quickly do I need to run the Brenig Way Run Challenge?
The pace of the Challenge will be dictated by run leaders on the day, and should average 3.8mph; a brisk walking speed for most people.
FAQ
How difficult is the Brenig Way Run?
As an ultramarathon, the Brenig Way Run Challenge is quite challenging. However, you do receive a lot of support, with fully qualified guides leading you through the whole route, and rest stops every 5-7 miles.
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Brenig Way Challenge
Sat 11th Sep 2021

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