Welsh 1000m Peaks Race/Ras Copaon 1000m Cymru

Ras Copaon 1000m Cymru/Welsh 1000m Peaks Race

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The Original, Unique, Welsh 1000m Peaks Race

Conquering Snowdonia’s 1000m peaks for more than 40 years

Saturday 3 June 2017

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Founded in 1971, the long course starts at the sea and after crossing the windswept wilderness of the Carneddau and the rocky moonscape of the Glyderau, it finishes on Yr Wyddfa the highest mountain in England and Wales. The route takes in the five peaks of Snowdonia exceeding one vertical kilometre.

Are you ready to face this gruelling challenge which at 30 km and 2500 metres of climb is a tremendous test of strength, endurance and navigational skills?  If you're not sure, we have the shorter “half” route starting in the Ogwen valley and visiting three 1000m peaks and new this year our exciting Relay event over the long course for teams of three.

See you on June 3rd!

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All five 1000m peaks

>  The Long Fell Race

>  The Long Challenge Race

>  The Relay Race

Three 1000m peaks  

>  The Short Fell Race

>  The Short Challenge Race

 Official maps for 2017 are available!

To all competitors:  The official bespoke 1:40000 waterproof map covering the complete course is now available.  The organiser recommends competitors obtain the map in advance, although they will be available at registration.  The entry fee only covers the cost  of one map per competitor.

If you would like an map in advance, please send an A5 stamped, self addressed envelope, with your competitor entry number, to H Lloyd, 37 Stockleys Road, Headington, Oxford, OX3 9RH, who will send you one by return.  Note these maps do NOT have the route marked on them.

If you would like more than one map, please include a cheque for £3:00 per map, made payable to H Lloyd.  This offer is available to non competitors also.

Note: All competitors must carry the official map throughout the race.   if competitors wish to carry additional maps of their own, this is totally acceptable. 

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Downloadable preliminary race information

is available here.

Details of the Control Points are available here.