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Triathlon | Snowman 2021

Snowman 2021 Triathlon Sprint

Dates

31 Jul 2021

Location

Plas y Brenin, Snowdonia

Distances

Route Description

Begin with a swim in the freshwaters of Llyn Mymbyr under the watchful eye of Snowdon. Exit the water and cross the wooden foot bridge for the first time in to transition.

The Sprint bike section flows out to Capel Curig, down past Pont Cyfyng waterfall and the whitewater rapids along the Llugwy river. Descending down through the trees into the beautiful village of Betws y Coed you will then turn left and head towards Llanrwst along the stunning Conwy Valley. After negotiating the historic bridge in the centre of Llanrwst, start the long ascent back towards Betws y Coed from the side of the Gwydyr Forest. Still going uphill, you'll finally meet the road that leads you to Plas y Brenin.

Running shoes on, head back over the bridge. There is a reason that the Snowman Triathlon regularly gets called the toughest multi terrain triathlon in the UK and that’s because the run includes a mountain, Moel Siabod which at 872 metres, is the highest peak in the Moelwynion mountain range. Sprint athletes don't need to reach the summit but it's still a tough 2.3km climb up beautiful rocky paths before you reach the turning point and run back down again. To get to the finish you must turn right and run through the forest, then back along the fire road towards the lake. The finish line framing Wales' most famous peak Snowdon awaits.

Pricing

Individual

£85.00

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Team

£95.00

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Important Information

Minimum Age

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Final Instructions

Will be sent out and available to download 1 week before the event.

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