Challenges

Challenges

This page focusses on challenging QMDs, both organised and self-managed. Most challenge walks have a time limit. Extra care should be taken on challenge events as they place high demands on physical and mental endurance as well as mountaineering skills. A list of Long Distance Fell Racing routes can also be found here and on the Resources Page.

The Welsh 3000s

Welsh 3000s Full Track

To see this map cookies and javascript must be enabled. If you are still having trouble after having checked both of these please contact us using the link at the top of the page

Welsh 3000s Full Track GPX

Welsh 3000s Full Track Tryfan Dash and Glen Dena

To see this map cookies and javascript must be enabled. If you are still having trouble after having checked both of these please contact us using the link at the top of the page

Welsh 3000s Full Track Tryfan Dash and Glen Dena GPX

Welsh 3000s Leg One

To see this map cookies and javascript must be enabled. If you are still having trouble after having checked both of these please contact us using the link at the top of the page

Welsh 3000s Leg One GPX

Welsh 3000s Leg Two

To see this map cookies and javascript must be enabled. If you are still having trouble after having checked both of these please contact us using the link at the top of the page

Welsh 3000s Leg Two GPX

Welsh 3000s Leg Three

To see this map cookies and javascript must be enabled. If you are still having trouble after having checked both of these please contact us using the link at the top of the page

Welsh 3000s Leg Three GPX

Welsh 3000s Leg Two Tryfan Dash

To see this map cookies and javascript must be enabled. If you are still having trouble after having checked both of these please contact us using the link at the top of the page

Welsh 3000s Leg Two Tryfan Dash GPX

Welsh 3000s Leg Three Glen Dena Option

To see this map cookies and javascript must be enabled. If you are still having trouble after having checked both of these please contact us using the link at the top of the page

Welsh 3000s Leg Three Glen Dena Option GPX

The Snowdon Summits Challenges

There are two Snowdon Summits Challenges; the Snowdon Summits Traverse and the Snowdon Summits Circular. You can read more about them in the PDF below or on the Blog Page. RDs and GPX files have been provided below.

Snowdon Summits Traverse Route

To see this map cookies and javascript must be enabled. If you are still having trouble after having checked both of these please contact us using the link at the top of the page

Snowdon Summits Traverse GPX Route

Snowdon Summits Traverse Waypoints

To see this map cookies and javascript must be enabled. If you are still having trouble after having checked both of these please contact us using the link at the top of the page

Snowdon Summits Traverse GPX Waypoints Only

Snowdon Summits Circular Route

To see this map cookies and javascript must be enabled. If you are still having trouble after having checked both of these please contact us using the link at the top of the page

Snowdon Summits Cicular GPX Route

Snowdon Summits Circular Waypoints

To see this map cookies and javascript must be enabled. If you are still having trouble after having checked both of these please contact us using the link at the top of the page

Snowdon Summits Circular GPX Waypoints Only

The Paddy Buckeley Round

Note the GPX files below are all ROUTES and NOT TRACKS. I have walked around 80-85% of the round in various stages and as part of other walks. There are a couple of places where route finding is necessary to find the best line and/or to get over obstructions such as fences and/or walls. I strongly advise using the Harvey map of the Round, which can be found in many online map shops.

I’ve broken the Round into five ‘Legs’, the longest of which is over the Moelwens. I’ve also provided a GPX and list of official waypoints.

Please be aware that there are any number of inaccurate GPX files available for the Paddy Buckeley and I am not making any claims for the accuracy of the files provided here.

The Paddy Buckeley Waypoints PDF

To see this map cookies and javascript must be enabled. If you are still having trouble after having checked both of these please contact us using the link at the top of the page

The Paddy Buckeley Waypoints GPX

To see this map cookies and javascript must be enabled. If you are still having trouble after having checked both of these please contact us using the link at the top of the page

The Paddy Buckeley Route GPX

To see this map cookies and javascript must be enabled. If you are still having trouble after having checked both of these please contact us using the link at the top of the page

The Paddy Buckeley Leg 1 GPX

To see this map cookies and javascript must be enabled. If you are still having trouble after having checked both of these please contact us using the link at the top of the page

The Paddy Buckeley Leg 2 GPX

To see this map cookies and javascript must be enabled. If you are still having trouble after having checked both of these please contact us using the link at the top of the page

The Paddy Buckeley Leg 3 GPX

To see this map cookies and javascript must be enabled. If you are still having trouble after having checked both of these please contact us using the link at the top of the page

The Paddy Buckeley Leg 4 GPX

To see this map cookies and javascript must be enabled. If you are still having trouble after having checked both of these please contact us using the link at the top of the page

The Paddy Buckeley Leg 5 GPX

You can find a copy of our privacy policy here.
error: Content is protected !!