Llantysilio Fell Race

Unfortuately,  due to the pandemic there will be no Llantysilio Fell Race in 2021. 

We very much hope that, after an absence of two years, we will be able to organise the race again in 2022 and look forward to seeing you then.

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 A photo of the 2019 raw results board can be viewed here.

Llantysilio start

Set in the picturesque Dee Valley, the race is just over 6 miles in length with 2100ft of ascent. It follows a route up to and along the Llantysilio Mountain ridge, with a final climb up to the highest point which is Moel y Gamelin at 1893ft.

Safety and Equipment

Runners should arrive and be prepared to carry whole body waterproof cover, hat and gloves, whistle. Although the race is well marshalled, and with a ‘sweeper’, much of the race is around 1500ft, climbing to 2000ft. At these altitudes in March, the weather can be extreme. The greatest need for clothing is not for running but when you are forced to stop or slow, and/or require assistance. The race director will specify minimum clothing requirements on the day.  For further information, please go to: www.wfra.org.uk/information-for-runners .

To see a map of the route click on the following link – Llantysilio Fell Race Route .

For more details contact our race director Simon at llantysilio@tattenhallrunners.com .

Results

2018 results 
2017 results  (pdf file)
2016 results (Excel file with 2 sheets: Full results and Prize winners summary).
Race Results 2015
Race Results 2014
Race Results 2013

Records

Jon Bowie     53’ 53”        (2016)
Mel Price     59’ 46”    ( 2016)

Charity

Tattenhall Runners make a financial donation from the proceeds of the Llantysilio Fell Race, to Keris Jones of Rhewl (whose farmland the race crosses). Keris trained as a special needs teacher and has been visiting Albania and assisting children with the most urgent and tragic of behavioural and physical conditions since 1996.