Travel the length of Wales non-stop, tackling the Welsh 3 peaks of Pen y Fan, Cadair Idris and Snowdon by foot and road cycling between


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Are you ready to tackle one of the hardest single day events in the World?


Starting in Swansea on the South Wales coast as the sun rises participants will have just 24 hours to reach Beaumaris, a beautiful town on the island of Anglesey. On its own the challenge of cycling coast to coast is enormous. The route is a challenging one, with the second cycle section being particularly savage. From the city centre, through tranquil Mid Wales and onto the spectacular Isle of Anglesey, the route does not disappoint.


The Welsh 3 Peaks is not an easy undertaking, with each peak above 800 metres tackling just one is usually enough for most people. Pen y Fan might be the lowest, but the terrain is tough. Cader Idris is perhaps the most difficult, with the hundreds of natural steps to tackle and the extremely rocky, technical craggy peak. Snowdon, the highest mountain in Southern Britain as the last peak and near to the finish will be an enormous challenge.
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IMPORTANT – Event Start Update

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October 14, 2016

2017 Event Date & Info

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