The Pilgrims 60 Mile Race
Hundreds of years have past since pilgrims in their thousands were finding their way to Ynys Enlli/Bardsey Island, drawn there by stories of the special peace to be found at the edge of the western world – the place of the setting sun, with only the vast ocean between them and the unknown.
The Pilgrims Trail 60 links ancient churches dedicated to the saints of the 6th century ,with the race start from Bangor Cathedral which is built on a low-lying and inconspicuous site, possibly so as not to attract the attention of Viking raiders from the sea.
The trail entwines with the North Wales Coastal Path, providing competitors with jaw dropping views from inland to the coast as they race towards the finish.
Race finish is at the picturesque former fishing village Aberdaron at the western tip of the Llŷn Peninsula.
Event date: Saturday 16th of May 2020
Start: 10:00am Bangor Cathedral North Wales
Finish: Aberdaron North Wales
Distance: 60 Pilgrim Miles
Cut Off 26 Hours
Food Station Checkpoints: 7
Drop Bag: 1
Full Medical Support
Transport back to start: For an Additional Fee there will be a competitors coach returning to Bangor at Midday on Sunday
Route marking: North Wales Pilgrims Way & Event Markers
The Pilgrims Trail 60 Passport
Entry Limit: 50
“We must.we must bring our own light to the darkness” Unknown Pilgrim
Race Charity Fundraising for The British Heart Foundation in Memory of Ruth Williams and Dylan Owen.