Guided Activities

Guided Walking, Running and Workshops,  for all abilities, in beautiful locations

A wonderful route that was full of interest and completely tailored to my own individual needs!’ …..Stuart Bright

It’s so nice to be led, a) in a beautiful area and b) by a friendly, knowledgable and personable guide who really knows his stuff – and clearly loves what he does! ….Marion Claydon

Brilliant trail workshop today – we learnt so much! Thanks a bunch Joe…..Debbie Massey


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Jul
8
Sat
2017
Guided Mountain Run @ Snowdon and Moel Cynghorion
Jul 8 @ 10:30 am – 2:00 pm

Snowdon and Moel Cynghorion

REGISTRATION

Guided Activity Registration

A challenging run/walk on the Snowdon Range. This clearly requires a certain level of fitness but at the same time participants can enjoy a safe, no pressure day out amongst the highest mountains in Britain, South of the Scottish border. Regular rest stops to talk technique, take in some refreshment and the incredible surroundings will mean the group stays together and participants can go at their own pace – the ability levels in your group will be similar.

We’ll be using the Snowdon Ranger path for our ascent route, initally retracing our steps from the summit, before veering left at Bwlch Cwmbrwnog to tackle the short, but steep climb onto Moel Cynghorion. A wonderful grassy descent to Bwlch Maesgwm follows, then we rejoin the SRP to make our final descent to the finish.

Despite the fact that a train runs to the top, the fact that it is full of people every weekend and there are 6 recognised tourist paths to the summit – Snowdon is a complex, potentially dangerous mountain and as such the route may be changed if weather conditions dictate. If this is the case, still expect a great day out lower down on the range!

THE PICTURE BELOW SHOWS THE SUMMIT OF SNOWDON, FROM THE RIDGE TO GARNEDD UGAIN.

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Participants are required to have some walking AND running (at whatever pace) experience on the hills and/or mountains to register for this event.

If you are unsure of your ability to join us on this outing on Wales’ highest Mountain, please contact us and we can advise.

Guided Mountain Walk @ Snowdon
Jul 8 @ 10:30 am – 3:30 pm

 

 

Snowdon, via The Snowdon Ranger Path

This Guided Mountain walk takes in the highest Mountain in Britain, South of the Scottish border, and we’ll use the popular Snowdon Ranger Path for our route. Starting by the shores of Llyn Cwellyn, we cross the Welsh Highland Railway and zig-zag our way up the hillside, before a flat section in towards Bwlch Cwm Brwnog – where the terrain gets steeper and we climb gradually to above the spectacular cliffs of Clogwyn D’Arddu. Soon, we meet the Llanberis Path, coming from the left, before the short final push to the summit, at 3559ft above sea level. Hopefully the weather will be on our side and the views spectacular – and we’ll descent the same way when we’ve taken them in!

Registration

Guided Activity Registration

The emphasis is less on fitness, more on getting out and being active in our great outdoors and exploring new areas, on a social and hugely rewarding walk in a wonderful area. All walks are designed to cater for a range of fitness levels, if you are unsure about your ability to complete one of our advertised walks, do contact us to discuss and we can advise.

Sep
16
Sat
2017
The ‘Brenig Way’ – Run Challenge @ The Brenig Way - Run Challenge
Sep 16 @ 7:00 am – 4:30 pm

SORRY! – EVENT FULL

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. 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.

WalkRun Clwydian 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.
  • Replenishment – Whilst it’s recommended that you carry some snacks and water on sections yourself, we’ll both provide and transport suitable foodstuffs and water/energy drinks and will have them waiting for you at the end of each section throughout the day.
  • Transport – If the worst happens and you can’t continue, through injury or extreme fatigue – we’ll take care of getting you back to where you need to be. We’ll also carry any spare clothing/footwear or anything else (within reason!) that you may want at some point during the day. We’ll also transport you back to your car in Corwen, if required when we’ve replenished in the cafe at the visitor centre!
  • Event Pack  2 months ahead of the challenge day, you’ll get guidance text on the route itself, an overview of the sections, tips for preparation and training along with other useful pieces of information.

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.

 

 

 

 

 

Sep
30
Sat
2017
The Brenig Way – Walk Challenge @ Brenig Way
Sep 30 @ 8:00 am – Oct 1 @ 4:00 pm

The Brenig Way – Walk Challenge

REGISTER HERE

A 2 day, fully guided and supported walk following the 32 mile linear trail, between Corwen and the Llyn Brenig visitor centre. The route involves 4600ft of ascent and represents an exhilarating, challenging excursion for those that take it on. The route is full of interest – over the 2 days you’ll take in some little known upland areas, walk alongside both wide, meandering and smaller, fast flowing rivers, travel through the vast Clocaenog Forest and visit some magnificent viewpoints.

We are offering a limited number of spaces for this challenge, and will be providing the following over the 2 days, to make your journey along the Brenig Way, as safe, stress free and enjoyable as possible:

Fully Qualified Guide – Leading you every step of the way – you’ll have no worries about getting lost, just relax and enjoy your surroundings.
Checkpoint support – Each day is split into 3 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 any point.
Transport – you’ll need to get back to your car at the end of the day, we’ll be there at the end of your final section of the day to transport you back.
Event Pack – 2 months ahead of the challenge day, you’ll get a guide on the route itself, an overview of the sections, tips for preparation and training along with other useful pieces of information.

We will be averaging around 2mph – a steady walking pace for most, and this includes stops at the end of each section, so the emphasis is on keeping going, not speed!

Mar
31
Sat
2018
The Hiraethog Way – Run Challenge @ The Hiraethog Way - Run Challenge
Mar 31 @ 7:00 am – 4:30 pm

 

The Hiraethog Way – Run Challenge is a 1 day, fully guided and supported ‘run’ following the 33 mile linear trail, from Pentre Llanrheadr, in the Vale of Clwyd, to the village of Pentrefoelas in the outskirts of Snowdonia. high on the Denbigh Moors. The route involves 5000ft 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, and cross the high ground of Mynydd Hireathog, following the way marked trail through Clocaenog Forest, past hidden reservoirs and crossing really wild, remote land that gives some of the very best views Westwards, towards Northern Snowdonia.

REGISTER HERE

WalkRun Clwydian 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 – 4 of them will be 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.
  • Replenishment – Whilst it’s recommended that you carry some snacks and water on sections yourself, we’ll both provide and transport suitable foodstuffs and water/energy drinks and will have them waiting for you at the end of each section throughout the day.
  • Transport – If the worst happens and you can’t continue, through injury or extreme fatigue – we’ll take care of getting you back to where you need to be. We’ll also carry any spare clothing/footwear or anything else (within reason!) that you may want at some point during the day. We’ll also transport you back to your car in Corwen, if required when we’ve replenished in the cafe at the visitor centre!
  • Event Pack  2 months ahead of the challenge day, you’ll get guidance text on the route itself, an overview of the sections, tips for preparation and training along with other useful pieces of information.

We will be averaging around 3.5mph 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.

 

 

 

 

 

May
12
Sat
2018
The ‘Llangollen Round’ – Run Challenge @ The Llangollen Round - Run Challenge
May 12 @ 7:00 am – 4:30 pm

 

REGISTER HERE

The Llangollen Round – Run Challenge is a 1 day, fully guided and supported ‘run’ following the 33 mile circular trail, above the Vale of Llangollen. The route involves 5,303ft of ascent and represents an exhilarating, challenging excursion for those that take it on. The scenery is incredibly varied and spectacular – you’ll take in lofty ridges, rolling hills, swathes of heather moorland and cross a world heritage landmark in addition to a lovely 17th century bridge over the River Dee. It’ll be one to remember!

See how the 2017 group got on HERE

WalkRun Clwydian 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 Llangollen Round, as safe, stress free and enjoyable as possible:

  • Fully Qualified Guides – 4 of them will be looking after you. Leading you every step of the way, providing medical cover and helping with transportation – 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 5.5-7 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.
  • Replenishment – Whilst it’s recommended that you carry some snacks and water on sections yourself, we’ll both provide and transport suitable foodstuffs and water/energy drinks and will have them waiting for you at the end of each section throughout the day.
  • Transport – If the worst happens and you can’t continue, through injury or extreme fatigue – we’ll take care of getting you back to where you need to be. We’ll also carry any spare clothing/footwear or anything else (within reason!) that you may want at some point during the day.
  • Event Pack  2 months ahead of the challenge day, you’ll get a guide on the route itself, an overview of the sections, tips for preparation and training along with other useful pieces of information.

We will be averaging around 3.5mph – a brisk walking pace for most, and this includes stops at the end of each section, 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.