This is our 6th year of running this event, which is becoming a national institution!
It attracts teams from all across the country who wish to pit their strength, stamina and endurance against the Ogwen Valley 3000ft Peaks!! It's about like-minded people, having a great day of walking and to top it off there is the legendary after party with plenty of hearty food and drink!!
This is our main source of fundraising. We are dependent upon every £ that you raise in sponsorship for us. OVMRO is funded by charitable donations, requiring us to raise £60k a year in order to provide this free service to the thousands of visitors to the area.
Our target for 2013 is to beat all previous years and raise a tremendous £10,000.
So far the 2013 event has raised £2,030.00
It would be fantastic if you could help us achieve this.
This works out at an average of £100 per participant. We don't set a minimum sponsorship amount as many events of this nature do, so we really do rely on you to do what you can... If we had 100 people each raising £100, we would be well on our way to achieving our target. And if you are unable to commit a team, we would very much appreciate a donation!
Just think what this money will mean to the people that we rescue... it would be a huge step towards the next landrover... or would pay for us to modernise our radios... or cover the cost of refurbishing base... or essential equipment to aid our rescues...
So we hope that you will do us proud yet again and help us achieve this target and help us to help others.
To make it easier, you can now do everything you need online! ... Applications, entrance donation and sponsorship. For those that prefer, the traditional post and sponsorship form option is also available.
Congratulations to "To The Pub" who took first place by completing the new longer course in a time of 7 hours 48 minutes. Thank you to everyone who competed. The weather was perfect; the marshalls, organisers and administrators brilliant as always; and the after party with a hired fish and chip van was a stroke of genius.
There is a Flickr page containing pictures of the event.