Bwlch With Altitude Challenge

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Bwlch with Altitude is a family friendly navigational challenge in the Black Mountains region of the Brecon Beacons National Park, which can be conducted either by walking or on your mountain bike.  It is a team event (minimum 2; maximum 8 members per team), whilst navigating the routes you will have to answer some basic questions and collect mementos and there will also be a prize for the best photograph taken during the challenge.

There are 3 Challenges for you to choose from, they are:

  1. A 15 mile circular mountain bike route – ideal training for the Brecon Beast. Entry fee £8 adult & £4 Junior (Early Bird booking) the cost will be higher if booked on the day of the event (£10 adult & £5 Junior).  This route requires entrants to have some experience – it contains steep ascents/descents over rough terrain.  Riders will have to wear a safety helmet.
  2. A 12 mile circular walk – ideal training for WAAT4. Entry fee £8 adult & £4 Junior (Early Bird booking*) the cost will be higher if booked on the day of the event (£10 adult & £5 Junior).
  3. A 5 mile circular walk – ideal for families of all ages.  Entry fee £4 adult & £2 Junior (Early Bird booking) the cost will be higher if booked on the day of the event (£6 adult & £4 Junior).  A family ticket is also available (2 adults & 2 juniors) for £10 (Early Bird booking) the cost will be higher if booked on the day of the event £15.

There will be donations made to the following:
Brecon Mountain Rescue Team
Llangynidr Primary School
Llangorse Primary School

On the day Bwlch Village Hall will be open from 9am, refreshments will be available.

Challenge start times:

  1. Mountain Bike Route – 10am
  2. Long walking route – 10.15am
  3. Short walking route – 11am

Click here for more information 

* To take advantage of the Early Bird offer, click here register online before Tuesday 31st May 2016.

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