Craig Yr Allt Winter Fell Race
BS 6.3km/300m (3.91miles/984ft)
PM
Saturday 21st January 2017
2:00pm £5

Event HQ: Mountain View Ranch (ST142845). Registration closes 13:40 due to distance to the start
Start - Blackrock Rd (GR ST142852)

Over 16.

Records:
Peter Ryder 29:10   2016
Katie Beecher 32:00   2015

Organiser:
Gary Davies 02920 652521
garydavies44:hotmail.com

2017 & 2016 Results (.xls)

2015 Results (.pdf)

2014 Results (.pdf)

2015 Photos (Jane Aggleton)

2015 Video - mostly Chepstow Harriers (Paul Dodd)

Reports
  The access to the Mountain View Ranch is approx. 200m south of the Black Cock Pub. The owners have kindly let us use their car park for free so please make a purchase at their Canteen and Coffee Shop which serves homemade Welsh beef burgers, Ranch Chilli Dogs, Nachos, Baked Potatoes and a selection of hot drinks and homemade cakes! Saturday opening times are 1200 - 1530. Big play area for the kids too!

The roads in the immediate vicinity are narrow so I discourage parking on these.

Please note that the race start is just under 1km away so allow plenty of time for registration and walking to the start line. Registration will cease at 1345 and no late-comers will be allowed to race. I suggest you register from 1245-1330.

Insurance and Safety
The race is insured by the WFRA and therefore competitors are subject to the WFRA safety requirements for fell races and rules for competition. Competitors should arrive at races prepared to wear/carry all of the following equipment:
  • Adequate whole body cover, (e.g. windproof or waterproof top and legging to give protection against the effects of wind chill, hat and gloves) to protect you against hypothermia or heat exhaustion/ dehydration in the severest conditions likely on the day. The Race Organiser (RO) will specify minimum clothing requirements for their event, but you are responsible for carrying much additional clothing as necessary for your own protection. You should always bring additional protective equipment to the race registration in order to be able to comply with more stringent requirements that may be demanded by the RO on the day due to adverse conditions. The greatest need for clothing is not for running but when you are forced to stop or slow, and wait what can be a very long time for rescue.
  • Map of the race route and compass, both suitable for navigating the course.
  • Whistle.
  • Emergency food and/ or fluids as needed for the conditions.
  • Any additional items specific to your needs.

Please note that the race was subject to severe climatic conditions two years ago with sleet and horizontal freezing wind. Competitors must bring suitable clothing for such conditions. I suggest that you bring a bum bag which can carry: hat, gloves, windproof top and bottoms (full length) and whistle. If it’s raining or if there is a risk of raining I will be specifying that you must wear/carry waterproof tops and bottoms. Bring them. If I don’t see a bum bag, it’s a little obvious that you’re not carrying kit. Wear suitable off road shoes too.
Please note that I've turned a few competitors away last previously for not having the necessary safety equipment.

 
   

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