Maps for 2017 Route

Updated map packs for the 2017 races will be made available about two weeks before the Start to allow for any last minutes route diversions due to landslides, coastal erosion etc.



The 2016 Route Maps are listed below for reference. There are 21 in total and are available in PDF format below:

Maps for Day 1


Route Map 1 - CP16 Start and Finish
Route Map 2
Route Map 3 - CP1 Alaw Bridge
Route Map 4
Route Map 5 - CP2 Church Bay
Route Map 6 - CP3 Wylfa
Route Map 7 - CP4 Amlwch Leisure Centre
All Route Maps for Day 1 (1-7) Combined

Maps for Day 2


Route Map 8
Route Map 9 - CP5 Traeth Lligwy Beach
Route Map 10
Route Map 11 - CP6 Red Wharf Bay
Route Map 12 - CP7 Penmon Point
Route Map 13 - CP8 Beaumaris
Route Map 14 - CP9 St Mary's Church
Route Map 15
Route Map 16 - CP10 Anglesey Sea Zoo
Route Map 17 - CP11 Newborough Forest
Route Map 18 - CP12 - Aberffrraw Village Hall
All Route Maps for Day 2 (8-18) Combined

Note: Maps 17 & 18 - The RoF route continues straight on at the junction after Hermon village into Llangadwaladr village over the sty and across the fields. It's the original Anglesey Coastal Path route. It will be sign posted with ROF arrow signs. Take care with the farm animals and ploughed fields.

Maps for Day 3


Route Map 19 - CP13 Rhosneigr
Route Map 20 - CP14 Four Mile Bridge
Route Map 21 - CP15 Trearddur Bay
All Route Maps for Day 3 (19-21) Combined

Recommended maps


The following maps are recommended and have good detail:

OS Explorer Maps Anglesey West 262 (1:25,000)
OS Explorer Maps Anglesey East 263 (1:25,000)
Harvey Map XT40 Anglesey Coastal Path (Scale: 1:40,000) RoF discount available - see sign up email

Click on the links above to buy these maps online. If you visit the Harvey website, don't forget to use your RoF discount which is detailed in your sign up email.

All maps are also available locally from:

The County Stationers
12 Stanley Street
Holyhead
Anglesey
Wales LL65 1HG

Contact: Rachel (Q's Mum) Tel: +44 1407 765643 Email: rbrooksban@aol.com

Tip: Use a bright highlighter to trace the trail on the Ordnance Survey or Harvey Maps. Clearly mark out the Check Points (CP), Honesty Books, distances, points of interest (water towers, lighthouses) and any Diversions.


What do people say about us?



"The accommodation again added to the rawness of the experience and was a great way of getting people to bed down and pull together as a team, it kept spirits on a massive high after that gruelling second day."
Past Ring O' Fire finisher