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    Half Peris Horseshoe map?

    Has anyone got a PDF copy of the route for the half peris that I could pinch?
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    I have a full Peris map on the computer at work if you can't get a specific half one. Will be able to pm it Monday if you are not sorted by then.

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    Hope this helps - the half is the same as the full, you just start out earlier and finish at the youth hostel at Pen y Pass, if you're quick enough the leading runners in the full race won't catch you - love the Peris Half and have always wished I'd gone harder on the first climb (and got it right to the summit!)

    http://home.fellrunningroutes.org.uk...PerisHorseshoe

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    This might be a dumb question but how do you get back to Llanberis from Pen y pass?
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    "The greatest accomplishment is not in never falling, but in rising again after you fall."

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    there is a walkers/tourist bus that goes back and forth between llanberis and the pass... possibly called 'the sherpa' or something similar... it's something like hourly at weekends I think... but there's a cafe/tourist shop/etc at the pass if you need to wait a while...

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    Thanks Travs :-)
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    "The greatest accomplishment is not in never falling, but in rising again after you fall."

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    or you hitch, which is never a problem!

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    Hitched last year no probs,stick yer thumb out you be reet.

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