This event is a bit special and for those of you who like running and like running in beautiful places we have a real treat on offer here!
In conjunction with RSPB Ramsey Island and Voyages of Discovery Boat Trips, St Davids. Man-up UK are extremely proud to be hosting the Ramsey Island 3 Peaks
The Date – Saturday 7th October 2017 at 1000hrs
The course is approximately 6K, of trail, paths and climbs (there’s no tarmac on the Island) and will take in its 3 peaks with about a 720ft gain in elevation. However it’s not really about that, it’s about taking part in probably (it has to be) the most westerly race in Wales on the RSPB owned Island, which is rich in wild life, fauna and has world class views.
The Island warden Greg Morgan also has an official leader board going, which records the quickest time around the course, which funny enough he currently sits on top of with a time of 32.17!! A nice little extra to the run is getting to the Island, you will have a boat trip from St Justinian’s to The start point, which will take you across the infamous Ramsey Sound and past the bitches rocks.
The Field will consist of 30 runners
Registration will be the Friday night or on the Island just prior to the run
The Boat will leave St Justinian at 0915hrs
The Race will be timed with times published and added to the Ramsey Island leader board
Unique 3 Peak T-shirts for all runners
Tea/coffee and cake will be available at the end of the run with the opportunity to walk some of the Island and really appreciate the views once the event is done
1230hrs – Boat will pick you up to head back to the main land
For further details of the Island and great photos visit Ramsey Island
Entrance Fee to the Ramsey Island 3 Peaks includes Boat Trip to and from the Island, T-Shirt, Tea/coffee and Cake, the run and published results
To Enter £50 CLICK HERE
Booking conditions, Once booked no refunds will be issued you can transfer your place to another runner up until the boat sails! but no refunds or deferrals apologies for any inconvenience this may cause but it is necessary due to the minimum margins we are operating on.
If the weather is to bad to sail we will set another date, for the run, we should know this 24hrs before the event.