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British Muni Weekend – April 2017 – North Wales

It’d be a shame to waste four days off work, so why not join us in North Wales during the Easter Bank Holiday to ride some top quality Welsh muni?

Date: 14th – 17th April 2017 (Easter Bank Holiday Weekend)

Location: Snowdonia, North Wales

Suggested campsite: Cae Gwyn Farm


More details: We held a British Muni Weekend here in 2015 and it was a fantastic location for it. The campsite is run by a very nice couple who are fine with having us as a group, the trail centre are also very welcoming of unicyclists and have a good selection of trails to suit all skill levels.
As always, the weekend will be split into two main ride days but this time we’ll be riding the trails at Coed Y Brenin and Mount Snowdon. Below is a more detailed breakdown.

Friday – Those who turn up with enough time on Friday can take part in a short loop of either a blue/green trail at Coed Y Brenin trail centre. A warm up for the weekend rides ahead.

Saturday – The main ride day at Coed Y Brenin trail centre. We’ll start the day on an easy trail, typically we’ll ride a blue or green route and then have lunch back at the visitors centre/carpark. The afternoon will see us ride a slightly more difficult route. There are some good red and black routes.

Sunday – Sunday will be the Snowdon ride. It’s about an hours drive from the campsite, we can arrange lift shares etc. We’ll ride the Miner track up to the summit, which is ridable for a lot of the way. We’ll then ride down Llanberris or the Ranger path, both of which will take us to Llanberris. This is a full day ride. If the weather conditions are poor and we’re unable to get on the mountain, there is a slate quarry at Llanberris which has some good trials which could be fun or we could find an alternative route which doesn’t involve going up the mountain.

Monday – For those who want one last ride, we can do a shortish ride on the Monday morning before heading home. We’ll play this one by ear, but usually we have a play on the short training loops for a few hours.

You can join or leave the fun at any point during the weekend. Campsites may require a minimum number of nights stay over the bank holiday though. The Coed Y Brenin trail centre carpark is £7 for the day, you can find out more information about the trails here: http://www.beicsbrenin.co.uk/trails
You can watch a video of the 2015 Muni Weekend at Coed Y Brenin below


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