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.
Mountain events Capel Curig, Betws-y-Coed, Snowdania, North Wales
April 27, 2019:
May 4, 2019:
We are pleased to be hosting this Quiz night for The Snowdonia Society. It will be free entry on the night with donations towards the Society encouraged to help fund their excellent work which includes Practical Conservation as well as campaigning to protect the National Park.
The quiz’ MC will be Sarah McCartney & There will be plenty of generous prizes up for grabs too.
On the night it will also be possible to join & become New Members of the Snowdonia Society too.
For those also seeking food last hot food orders will be at 7:00 pm allowing the Quiz to get underway by 8:00 pm, Drinks License extended to 11:oo pm.
May 11, 2019:
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.
May 17, 2019:
A fell race covering some 12.8K with an impressive 915 metres of ascent & some testing descents too.
Minimum entry donation on the day of £5 with all monies going to Tenovus, registration at Padarn Lake Hotel opens at 11:00.
May 18, 2019:
Enjoy 3 days of superb guided walks exploring the stunning landscape in & around Trefriw in the heart of Snowdonia’s Lakes.
A great selection of walks over 3 days, ranging from easy strolls to more challenging routes which celebrate the wonderful scenery, wildlife & history of this part of Snowdonia.
The festival rounds up on Sunday with their famous Cakefest & Grand draw in the village hall.
Full details on their web-site.
May 25, 2019:
This was my first Fell race back in 2010 & it is regarded as one of the classics. An out & back route from the centre of Dolgellau to the summit of this iconic mountain. Be sure to keep something in reserve for the long run in to the finish.
16.9K with 915 metres of ascent.
Pre-entry online £15 (plus booking fee). Entry on the day £20, limit of 325 runners.
June 1, 2019:
One of my staple races having now run it for 7 years straight before missing it last year. But plan to run again this year.
This is a classic route that shouldn’t be missed if possible with several gripping climbs & descents along the way.
16.9K with 853 metres of ascent.
Registration via Fabian4.co.uk for £12 in advance.
June 22, 2019:
Classic race starting near the North Wales coastline north of Abergwyngregyn & finishing on the summit of Snowdon. There is also a shorter race which is still demanding starting from the Ogwen valley. Various classes including Fell Runners, Mountaineer’s & Team entries.
The full race covers 32K with 2,440 Metres of ascent, the short race a ‘mere’ 13K with 1,220 Metres of ascent,remember with both you have to drag yourself back down Snowdon after the finish too!
Entry on line, start times vary on race/route options, expect a kit check so carry what is asked for.
July 6, 2019:
We are pleased to confirm this year’s charity event will be 22nd June 2019.
With the extremely generous support in both time & money of so many people over the 4 years since the devastating Earthquake in April 2015 we can confirm that by November 2018 our Reach Out for Nepal Fund had raised £34, 450.41 to help re-build the Melamchi School & it’s Hostels. All monies are forwarded onto Doug Scott’s charity Community Action Nepal (CAN) where we can be sure we get the money to where it is needed. In addition we have helped CAN raise further monies (in the region of £18,000) by hosting Doug’s lectures, selling Doug’s signed photographic prints & various Nepalese artefacts. We hope you will be able to support us & CAN again this year either by helping on the day or digging a little into your pockets. We still have a number of prints available from the Café at any time.
Paul is due to meet with Doug on Friday 29th March so please keep an eye out for further news of both the school & this years Events in support of CAN.
Below is the current list of Events planned for the day itself but keep coming back to this page as we expect more events to be added over coming weeks.
- Ian Draisey’s Cycle Sportif with a target of raising £2,000, they will call in at the cafe so please give them a great cheer if you see them.
2. Paul’s Charity Run – The Carneddau 2,000’s Circuit. Starting & Finishing at the Café Paul will aim to run a circuit of all the 2,000′ summits within 13 Hours. These summits, as defined by him, amount to 22 in total with an expected mileage of 46 miles & over 13,600′ of height gain. He would welcome help from support runners, re-fuellers or anyone with a tracker system to help update the café on his progress throughout the day.
3. Twiggy’s Craft Sales in our Cafe.
4. Nepalese Memorabilia & Artefacts for Sale.
5. Gaby’s take on Dal Bhat will be available throughout the day with all proceeds to ROFN.
6. Auction, to take place at circa 7:00 pm.
7. Ali Bramall presentation about the OEM (Original Everest Marathon), a must for runners & travellers alike & will include the film ‘Children of the Snowland’.
If you want to be involved in any of the above or want to add something yourself simply contact me by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Held in conjunction with the Capel Curig Village Show this is an ideal introduction to Fell running in one of Snowdonia’s classic races.
8.7K with 700 metres of ascent, registration opens within The Moel Siabod Cafe at 12:00pm with Gaby’s Goulash included within the entry fee & served to all runners at the finish.
There is also a Junior’s race at 14:05 for Over 10’s, Under 14’s & Under 16’s.
Small charge to park on the Show Ground going to the Village fund.
Post race tug of war between the runners & locals hopefully will return after a 1 year hiatus brings the event to a fun packed climax.
Entry on the Day.