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Old 26th Jul 14, 07:52 AM
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Real Name: Stuart   Age: 31   Gender: Male  
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Llanberis path up and down is 9miles.
PBs 5k 24m34s Cannon Hill parkrun 30/09/14 / 10k 52m06s Blythe Valley 2014 / 13.1 2h03m Milton Keynes 2014
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Old 31st Aug 14, 07:30 AM
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For the Crib Goch route, I think a lot of it depends on your balance. If you're used to walking, it probably won't be an issue, but there's always the danger of twisting your ankle running on such an uneven path. If you was going to do this, I'd recommend doing the whole of the Snowdon horseshoe. I'm not sure about running it, especially with the steepness on the peak after Snowdon, but it's a beautiful route. 7 miles of tough up and down with beautiful views.

The Llanberis path is a lot more touristy, but would require a lot less training, despite the longer distance.
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Old 14th Apr 17, 11:22 AM
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So did anyone get around to doing this? I know this is old but Snowdon is a local run for me and I run up it regularly, I feel I should add ALL the main routes up Snowdon are perfectly runnable, I've been in races that have used 3 of the different ascent routes.
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