The next edition of the Trail 10K Wales event will take place in 2023, date to be confirmed.
Adding to the successful Trail Marathon Wales, Winter Trail Wales and our exciting night race Night Trail Wales, Trail 10k Wales brings the same great organisation, atmosphere and route, designed by runners for runners, over a stunning and runnable 10km route on the iconic trails of Coed y Brenin. The 2021 race won rave reviews!
To encourage both seasoned trail runners and beginners alike, we will once again have two pacer groups of 60 and 80 mins to help runners pace themselves on the route.
The route has received been deemed a beauty by seasoned trail runners, road runners and newcomers alike.
An entry date for the 2023 event is to be confirmed and has an entry limit of 350 total places (NOTE: Runners must be 16 years or older on race day)
Entry fee includes
Trail 10k Wales maintains our value-for-money ethos throughout all of our Run. Coed y Brenin events
For refunds, deferrals and cancellation policies please consult our Ts & Cs page
Trail 10k Wales will utilise as many local suppliers and contractors as possible and aim to ensure that the local economy and mid-Wales community is affected in positive manner by the event, with that support hopefully being reciprocated ensuring that Trail 10k Wales is an event that the local and national Welsh community can be proud of in one of the most beautiful areas of the UK.
We also hope that may runners and families will stay for the weekend in one of the numerous local hostels, cabins, hotels and bed and breakfasts that surround Coed y Brenin. Our Useful Links page is a great place to start to book your accommodation.
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