United Kingdom·July - September
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A 2-night trail running & camping weekend in the Brecon Beacons curated & hosted by the Love Trails team, in partnership with On Running. You can expect a weekend filled with epic trail running adventures, inspiring campfire stories, movement classes and atmospheric live music. Bring your own tent and sleep under the stars! Got questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Join in with outdoor yoga & movement classes to activate your muscles pre-run or rewind after a day on the trails
Take a rewarding plunge in the Llyn y Fan Fach, a lake tucked under the famous Fan Hir Ridge
Take part in guided night runs in to the Allt Rhongyr Nature Reserve
Explore some of the best of the Brecon Beacons, including Fan Hir Ridge
We're always on hand to help with your map reading questions, setting you up for your own adventure on the trails
Join us around the campfire for talks, music and marshmallows!
Filled with items to enhance your weekend with On Running & Love Trails
On Running & Love Trails join forces to curate the ultimate UK trail weekender
For this very special event, On Running and Love Trails have joined forces to curate the ultimate trail weekender in the majestic Brecon Beacons National Park. Tickets are strictly limited & this experience really is a one-of-a-kind, so what are you waiting for? Book now to join us!
2 Nights Camping
Inspirational Campfire Talks
Toilets & Hot Showers
Trail & Adventure Map
Free On Running shoe demo all weekend
Goodie Bag on arrival
Complimentary Swiss dinner on Saturday night
Guided 5km night run
Food & Drinks
Bring your own tent & camping gear
Brecon Beacons National Park
From the depths of its limestone caves to the grandeur of Pen y Fan and Cribyn, its highest peaks, there’s plenty to explore in this gem of a national park. By day, there are moorlands, trails and towns to discover, while by night, you can feast your eyes on the stars.
Rolling green landscapes? Waterfalls? Characterful towns? Epic mountains? They’re all here and more.
A stunning run with panoramic views, and a fresh water lake perfect for wild swimming. This is just a few miles from the campsite, and can be included in a day of trail running adventures. The Fan Hir ridge stands at 761m in the eastern end of the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons National Park.
Available across the weekend, the On Running team will be on hand to pair you up with a pair of trail running shoes or hiking boots to try out.
Classic festival camping vibes, bring marshmallows for to toast over the open flames & fairy lights to decorate your tent! :)
Set to be a highlight of the weekend, you won't want to miss this!
"The intimate vibe was different from the larger, annual event in the Gower, but still the same positive energy throughout. Thanks so much for such a great weekend, and hope to see you on the trails again soon."
On Tour Dorset 2020 Verified Review
"Love Trails Festival has provided me with two of the best weekends of my life."
Emily Webb at Love Trails Festival
"Probably the most enjoyable, relaxed festival experience I’ve had. Rarely a queue for facilities or bars but always lively and something going on for everyone. Great music and party atmosphere in the evenings too!"
Ellie Foster at Love Trails Festival
"Thanks for creating an event that allowed us to push past our mental/ physical limits and experience the untouched wild"
@shfantastic at Átjan Wild Islands
On Venture by Love Trails is in the Brecon Beacons is located in the valley beneath one of the most famous ridge-lines in Wales. Just next to the village of Pen-y-cae, the Sleeping Giant Campsite has stunning views of Welsh countryside. The campsite has all the basic facilities you need, including hot showers.
On Venture by Love Trails will be held in the campsite at Sleeping Giant Bunkhouse Rhongyr Isaf Centre, Pen-y-cae SA9 1GB
Parking is available close to the campsite but it is a short walk. Details will be available in June 2021.
You'll need to bring enough food for:
- Friday night's dinner (or grab something on your way to the Brecon Beacons)
- Saturday & Sunday breakfasts
- Saturday lunch (or why not go for a pub lunch?)
You can make a trip to the local SPAR (a few miles away), or one of the quaint local pubs close by serve food across the weekend.
On Running are putting on a complimentary Swiss dinner on Saturday night, so save your appetite for that after a long day on the trails!
If the weekend is cancelled by us for any reason (including but not limited to Covid--19, ie government imposed restrictions that mean the event can't legally go ahead), you will have the option to receive a full cash refund, minus booking fee.
This is not an exhaustive kit list, but we would recommend bringing the following with you on the weekend;
- Camping gear including tent, roll matt and sleeping bag
- Towel & wash-kit
- Small camping stove if you wish to make your own breakfast / dinners outside
- Trail running shoes*
- A running pack / rucksack / race vest
- Full waterproofs (you never know!)
- Yoga matt / towel
- Map of the local area and/or navigation device
*On Running will be on site all weekend with the latest trail running kit for you to try out too, so there'll always be spare shoes and extra gear.
We'll send out a full kit list and useful things to bring closer to the time :)
Getting to the campsite is easiest to get to by car. Type 'Sleeping Giant Bunkhouse' into Google maps and it'll take you straight there.
If you're coming by train, the closest stations are either Abergavenny or Swansea. From here, you can call the local taxi
Get a pre-booked taxi from the station with local taxi service SA9 Cabs on 07450606978.
You can pitch up at the campsite any time from 3pm on Friday 2nd July. But you can also join on the Saturday if that is easier.
Timings are fairly flexible on Sunday, but we ask guests to have everything packed up and off site by 3pm so the campsite can get ready for their next arrivals.
Yes! However your dog will need to remain on its lead in the campsite at all times, and please be mindful when you're out on the trails in case of any livestock.
Absolutely! We're a super friendly bunch of runners and always want to welcome people coming on their own. There will always be someone from the Love Trails team around and we are more than happy to help with routes and trail running. We will also be doing a map reading 'Drop In' on Saturday morning for any questions or queries about the routes.
Please email us email@example.com and we'll be happy to help