WELL DONE to those who completed the MTC 2014.
Many HUGE thanks to all the Marshals and our supporters.
Hope to see you all
again next year ~ Mike & Cat.
Get Out There And Do It!
by Cat Lee
"Some people don't know how lucky they are having the Brecon Beacons
right on their doorstep!
Wales has some beautiful terrain, great for all levels of walkers.
We have picked a great location to host the Mountain Trail
Challenge" - Cat
The event will once
again take place in the
30 or 20 Miles
WALK, JOG or RUN
Enter as an INDIVIDUAL, PAIR or TEAM
The routes will take in the highest
summit in the area "Pen-y-Fan" (886m) and include some
spectacular ridgeline walking as well as walking through
forestry plantations and alongside some picturesque
reservoirs and waterfalls.
The routes will also take in some of the less trodden
areas of the region giving you the opportunity to see the National
Park as perhaps you have not seen it before. The Brecon Beacons have been used by the British Army
training area and is where they have put their elite forces to
Do not panic we won't be making you black out your
face or carry a pack the size of a house and a rifle!
You can enter as an individual, as a pair or walk as
a team. Depending how fast you walk or how slow you plod it
should take between 10 and 18 hours to complete.
the event is simply to
To walk the checkpoints within
allotted time and to complete the course. Take in the
To feel the
of long distance walking. And To have
Thank you to those
who sent in photos.
It was great to meet
some of you this year on top of Pen-y-Fan.
Well done to you all
and enjoy the photos.
~ Cat Lee
The Mountain-Trail-Challenge is a ready made event to
help you raise money for your own charity;
simply assemble a team or
teams to do the challenge and issue them with your own
Your team(s) can register to
do the Mountain-Trail-Challenge by using the
downloadable application form
and paying their own entry fee of £25, all money made
from your sponsorship forms goes straight to your
JUST GIVING Click
here to donate to Central Beacons Mountain Rescue