Local Upcoming Events
We aim to provide you with regular events lists & updates to help both promote them & provide you with information that may encourage you to either participate in them or simply spectate.
There are regular Fell races, other Sports Events, Arts Festivals, Music events etc. throughout Snowdonia, hopefully this information will help you to enjoy them & possibly even encourage you to take part in them.
If you are organising or interested in an event not listed please feel free to contact us for it’s inclusion.
July 29, 2017:
August 6, 2017:
Join us once again for a relaxed evening of Music hosted by local singer-songwriter Alan Mannouch. Feel free to bring your instruments & voices to join in. Drinks licence extended until 11:00 pm.
August 12, 2017:
The relatively quiet & remote Arenigs are well worth exploring I am told but to my shame I have yet to explore them & will be away for this years race. Covering 13K of rugged terrain with 1,000 metres of ascent I have been told more than once that I don’t know what I’m missing, maybe next year then!
Entry just £3 on the day only.
August 24, 2017:
The Maesgum Muddle returns this year after it’s inaugural running three years ago when it was a counter for the British Championships.
16.4K with 850 metres of ascent.
Entry via forms on web-site, numbers restricted to 250, no on the day entries unless the race isn’t full. NB. Book early as again it is a British & WFRA Counter again.
Entry fee includes Soup & a roll, but beware could be at the end of that steep field finish!
August 27, 2017:
Not for the feint hearted or the intelligent so if you are either just turn up to watch the daredevils descend from Tryfan’s summit to the A.5, the record is an amazing 8 minutes.
Register in the car park at the race finish at 7:00 pm sharp, entry £1 on the day with all monies going a little bit worryingly to Ogwen Valley Mountain Rescue, you do not need much up top to understand why!
November 11, 2017:
Short sharp fell race traditionally held during the August Bank Holiday. Great little race with the promise of a dip in the pool at the finish.
Entry on the day, please park in the specially opened race car park field & not the Snowdonia National Park car park.
7.2K WITH 564 metres of ascent, the top section being a grade 1 scramble.
We are delighted to welcome Doug Scott OBE back to our cafe again this year for what should be an enthralling evening as Doug recalls climb & then injured/epic descent on the Ogre.
Tickets can be purchased at the Cafe counter or by phoning us on 01690 720429 or via Eventbrite (small additional fee), last year we sold out so please be sure to book early.
Doug will also have a wide variety of memorabilia for sale, all proceeds including from ticket sales, will go to Doug’s charity ‘Community Action Nepal’.
Food is not included but can be ordered on the night up to 6:30pm, extended drinks license until 11:00pm.