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Some Changes!

Following feedback, and a reluctant move into the into the 21st century, we have revised some of the rules to bring about greater clarity and updated the Kit  / Equipment list.

All changes are in the relevant sections of this site

We are back – 2nd July 2022

We will be back better than ever in 2022 – set your race clocks for Saturday 2nd July 2022

Entries open 1st March.

Race date set for 2021

The race date for 2021 has been set, it will be Saturday 3rd July.

We can only plan and hope that all will be sufficiently settled down by then to allow us to run the event. Looking forward to see you all return to the mountains of North Wales.

****** 2020 Event Cancelled ****

It is with deep regret that we announce that this years event has been cancelled. THe situation is entirely outside our control

Entries are open!

Entries opened on the 1st March for this year’s race.

Visit Fabian4 to enter online.

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The online entries for the 2020 event will open on the 1st March … we will be limited to 200 runners (50 teams ) so book early!

Warm-up event anyone?

The Brecon Beacons WAAT4 Challenge organised by Dyfed Powys Police has been suggested as a good warm up to the Snowdonia Seven. Sat 20th June.

For teams of 2-6, it includes an Emergency Services Cup. Go to .

Or if you’re feeling really hardy then try an individual event on Sat 6th June. The Welsh 1000metres Peaks Race, an individual classic fellrace in its 50th year in 2020. Not for the faint hearted. .

2019 Results Have Been Published

The 2019 results are now available in the Results section

2020 – race date – Sat 4th July

With 2019 still being tidied up plans are already afoot for next year’s event. Saturday 4th July has been chosen as the day. Entries will open as usual sometime in the new year, to be advised.

2019 – it’s all over

2019 proved an exciting time on the hill, with battles ensuing between rivals, and marshals dealing with suicidal runners bashing themselves about.

Cheshire set out strongly, taking a firm hold of the front of race with a steadily widening gap. Sadly it wasn’t to be, after one of their team chose an interesting downhill technique, using his head as a means of cushioning descent which didn’t end well. Fortunately no long lasting serious injury.

With Cheshire now out of it, it was left to old rivals Cumbria (two teams) and North Wales to battle it out. Some navigational gamesmanship and greater strength in the latter half of the race saw the northerners prove too much for the locals, who trailed by 13 minutes by the end, leaving the winners trophy no doubt sitting in an office in Penrith!

See you all next year.

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