Ring O' Fire and Firelighter events both start at Holyhead Breakwater Country Park, Holyhead LL65 1YG
Holyhead is a major port with excellent transport links to the rest of the country. Getting there is very easy:
||Manchester and Liverpool are around 2 hours drive away
||London is just over 3 hrs 30 minutes by direct train
||Dublin is less than 2 hrs away by ferry
||Cardiff is a 30 minute flight away
Follow the A55 Expressway along the North Wales coast and cross the Britannia Bridge onto Anglesey. From the
Britannia Bridge it takes a further 20 minutes (20 miles / 32 km) along the A55 to reach Holyhead.
Free parking is available at the event start and finish point, on the approach road to the Holyhead Breakwater
Country Park (see FAQs).
To reduce the environmental impact of many runners travelling to the race, we encourage car sharing arrangements.
There are also social and financial benefits of sharing a vehicle and travelling together as a group. Connect
with other runners via our Facebook page and see who's travelling from your area.
National Express and Eurolines coach services connect with Holyhead from other major cities.
For timetable and ticket information please visit:
Holyhead Station has direct rail links to London Euston and Cardiff. Easy connections are also available from Chester and Crewe. From the train station in Holyhead, the Breakwater Country Park is a good walk or short taxi ride.
For details on train times and fares visit
Dublin can be reached in less than 2 hours by ferry. The Breakwater Country Park is a good walk or short taxi ride from the ferry port.
For details on ferry times and fares visit:
Liverpool John Lennon Airport and Manchester International Airport are closest, being 104 and 122 miles away respectively.
Anglesey Airport (RAF Valley) is a mere 8 miles away and has flights to and from Cardiff.
For more information, visit:
Taxis in Anglesey
You cand details of taxi services based on Anglesey on the Anglesey Council website.
Where to stay
What accommodation is provided during the Ring O' Fire?
Overnight accommodation is available at local a leisure centre and village community hall as below:
||Day 1: Amlwch Leisure Centre, Townybryn, Amlwch, Isle of Anglesey, LL68 9TH
||Day 2: Aberffraw Village Hall, 25 Bodorgan Square, Aberffaw, Isle of Anglesey, LL63 5DX
Important Note: If Covid prevents us staying in the communal halls, camping will be available nearby for no charge. We will carry your camping equipment. Updates will be provided closer to the race date.
Can I arrange my own accommodation?
Yes, although we encourage runners to stay together in the spirit of the event. If you wish for something more comfortable than a night in a leisure centre/town hall, Anglesey has some great hotels and quality holiday lets.
Some useful links
What do people say about us?
"Amazing event, thanks to all involved in organising and running the RoF. For my first ever ultra this was a baptism of fire.. Picked up an infection along the way in my left leg and foot. Met some amazing athletes and marshals and supporters. And even managed to raise funds and awareness for BCUK. Will I be back next year??? Watch this space!!!"
Past Ring O' Fire finisher