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Turn Pen y Fan Purple!

Join us for this trek and climb the highest mountain in South Wales whilst taking in some of the most spectacular scenery in the British Isles! You will also be helping us recover financially from the impact of Covid-19.

OPEN TO PEOPLE OF ALL AGES.

On Saturday, 20th March 2021, we’d love to make this an event to remember by turning Pen y Fan purple with as many walkers as possible wearing our signature purple tee shirts. Pen y Fan is the highest peak in South Wales, situated in the Brecon Beacons National Park. At 886 metres (2,907 ft) above sea-level, it is also the highest British peak south of Cadair Idris  in Snowdonia .

The twin summits of Pen y Fan and Corn Du at 873 m (2,864 ft) were formerly referred to as Cadair Arthur or ‘Arthur’s Seat’.

The walk up Pen y Fan from the Pont-Yr-Daf car park is around 2-3 hours in total and will take us up the footpath and to the summit of Corn Du. We’ll then do the last bit of short ascent to the summit of Pen y Fan where we can take some photos and have a rest before descending back down via the Brecon Beacons Way National Trail.

Registration is just £10 per adult and free for children and includes a tee shirt – purple of course! 

Date: March 20th 2021

Time: 10am

Location: Pen y Fan

Fundraising Pledge: £50

 

 

Our team member Jay will be leading a team, in aid of BulliesOut, to the top of Pen y Fan. Wearing our signature purple tee shirts, participants will turn Pen y Fan purple as they head up over a 2-3 hour circuit of Corn Du, or alternatively you can just walk up to the top of Pen Y Fan and back down.

The walk up Pen y Fan from the Storey Arms car park is around 2-3 hours in total and will take us up the footpath and to the summit of Corn Du (873m) We’ll then do the last bit of short ascent to the summit of Pen y Fan where we can get some photos and take a rest before descending back down via the Brecon Beacons Way National Trail and back to the Storey Arms Outdoor Centre.

Registration will be £10pp for adults and is free for children and a min of £50.00 sponsor money for BulliesOut must be raised by everyone taking part. Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult.

Included within the registration fee will be a free tee shirt to wear on the day and which will also act as a reminder of your amazing achievement.  Refreshments on finishing will also be available.

Tee shirts will be issued prior to the event.

When you have registered, using the form below, you will receive a welcome pack and information regarding the event. Please ensure that you do some level of walking before the event in order to get the best experience.

Thank you for all your support.  Jay and the team appreciate every penny raised for this amazing charity that is BulliesOut.

 

Register Below

  • Your information pack will be sent here
  • £ 0.00

 

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