We have a small number of deferred places available at both Bala & Coniston this year, please see below for details and to book on.
Bala, or ‘Llyn Tegid’, is a beautiful lake set in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park in North Wales, and is the longest lake in Wales.
This swim will start on Saturday 16th June from Llangower public beach, near the railway station, with entrants swimming across the lake and then following the northwest shore, finishing at the Tegid Cafe at the northern point of the Lake, near the town of Bala. The swim will be approximately 5K in length
To book your Bala swim click HERE
Coniston is third largest lake in the Lake District in the north of England. The lake is famous for the children’s novel Swallows and Amazons, which is set around Peel Island, and also as the location for the ill-fated World Water-speed record attempts by Donald Campbell.
The swim will start on Saturday morning from the beach near to the Brown Howe car park (on the south west shore of the lake), with entrants swimming across the lake, towards Peel Island, and then following the eastern shore, finishing at the north of the lake near Coniston village. The swim will be approximately 8km in length – 5.25miles.
To book your Coniston Place click HERE