WAAT4 2016 entries open 1st December.

Fancy a challenge while supporting lots of good causes? WAAT4 Challenge 2016 will open for online entries on the 1st December!

WAAT4 2016

The WAAT4 Challenge is a prestigious navigation event in Wales’ beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park. Teams from all over the UK take part every year.

Its reputation is growing quickly and it features in the walking calendar for such events. In 2015 more than 500 competitors took part over either 30km or 40km Challenges which included South Wales’ highest peak – Pen y fan.

The event takes place on the third Saturday in June and has raised £200,000 for many good causes and charities such as Brecon Mountain Rescue, Wales Air Ambulance, Teenage Cancer Trust, PC Rathbones Blue Light Fund and Help for Heroes.

Whatever your ability, you are welcome to enjoy the 40k route, or a shorter 30k route at your own pace. We want everyone to enjoy taking part by completing the course whilst taking in some of the best views in the Brecon Beacons.

Unlike most outdoor events, we offer a whole day experience which spills over into the evening with a BBQ and presentations in a marquee at the start/ finish point. We also have a fully licensed bar and entertainment. Relax here and re live your achievements of the day over a glass or two!

So far the event has raised £200,000. Help us make WAAT4 2016 even bigger and more successful.

Sign up now and get involved in the best navigation event in the outdoor calendar.

Find out more about the WAAT$$ here   Book your accommodation here.

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