August Bank Holiday Monday
Heavy weather for the Cilcain Mountain Race 2014.
A prize will be awarded for the first person to complete the race in fancy dress. Speak to the stewards when you enter for eligibility.
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The Cilcain Mountain Race is one of the longest running fell races, it is believed to have been held annually since 1960.
The annual running of the Mountain Race, takes place over the course of approximately 4.5 miles climbing to the 1,820ft summit of Moel Famau which sits above the village of Cilcain.
Cilcain Mountain Race 2019
August Bank Holiday Monday 1.00p.m.
Race Marshals: John Heppenstall, tel. 01352 742284. Registration 11.00 -
The Moel Fammau Mountain Race is over a distance of approximately 4.5 miles, and the winner usually takes about half an hour to complete it. There are various prizes including outright winner, local winner, ladies winner, etc.
Entry costs £5.00, (reduced from £6 last year). Click here for an ADULT entry form -
There is also a Juniors Race with classes for ages from 6 to 15 year olds.
Winner 2016, Jez Brown.
Time 34.37 minutes.
Find out more about the village of Cilcain at the village web site: CilcainToday.org.uk
First run in 1960 and held annually since 1973, the 7.5km race, climbs 400m to the summit of Moel Famau which sits above the village of Cilcain. Entrance fee £5.00 includes free show entry (show your race number).
Record holders -
Catlin Rice – 2015 -