Monday, 29 July 2013

Welcome to FEARmanagh!

What better way to spend a Sunday morning than getting up close and personal with Fermanagh’s rugged and wild terrain. Cycle through quiet back roads that cut through the limestone landscape, carved out by Ireland’s icy past, they’re guaranteed to give you more ups than downs!
Then experience the wetter side of Fermanagh as you take to the water for 2 challenging Kilometres along Lough Erne’s rocky shores – and if the 304 metre near vertical climb to the top of the Magho Cliff Challenge doesn’t take your breath away, then maybe the panoramic view it offers at the top will! So in a county steeped in myth and folklore, are you ready to become a legend in your own time?

Feel the FEAR and do it anyway!

There are 2 routes available for participants. Both routes consist of running, kayaking and cycling – organised over 3 phases: Knockmore to Lough Shore, the Wee Dog Jog, and Paddle Power. The longer route is a total of 77km, the shorter route approximately half of that.

You can register online here. There will also be pre-event registration at the Derrygonnelley Community Centre on the evening of Saturday 21st September between 6pm and 8pm. Additionally, participants can register on the morning of the event from 6.30am. 

The FEAR is a multi-sport competition consisting of three sporting disciplines cycling, trail running and kayaking. Taking place on the 22nd September, 2013 and exploring some of the beautiful Fermanagh countryside, FEAR will certainly be memorable! Read more.

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