Original date 25th April, postponed to October due to concerns around COVID19. ENTRIES RE-OPEN 26th MARCH
A full or half trail marathon along coast, trail, hill, river and forest in the Dyfi valley taking in stunning views of the Dyfi estuary, Happy Valley, and the Welsh Coastal Path. The full marathon is 2 laps with 1600m height gain; 800m height gain on the half.
Read our blog on our current sustainable efforts here. Our races adopted the #gocupless approach from day one. As part of your entry fee we will give you a special edition race-cup for use at aid stations, and beyond!
The weather on the day will dictate your kit choices, but we do advise trail running shoes. We also ask that you carry a fully charged mobile phone with you.
Depending on conditions the following may be required, we will advise 48 hrs days in advance:
Join us for a free guided reccie of the Half Marathon route led by Race Director Mike. Meet at the Neaudd Dyfi at 08:30 on Sunday 15th March, dress for the weather! We plan to complete the half route in 2h 30mins. Any questions to email@example.com.
JOIN THE TEAM
If you want to be involved in the inaugural DYFI X then just let us know. All volunteers receive a free entry to DYFI X 2021.
TRAIN Aberdyfi is on the Cambrian Coast line, described by The Guardian as one of the most epic train journeys in the world. Aberdyfi station is 1 minute walk from registration. You can catch the train direct from Birmingham - further details at thetrainline.com.
DRIVE Aberdyfi is situated on the coast at the south end of Snowdonia National Park, between Barmouth and Aberystwyth. It is about 2 hours drive from Chester and 90 mins from Shrewsbury. LL35 0NR for your sat nav.
CAR-SHARE Join our facebook group and post your car-share request, you may well get a positive response!