The Packages

We offer competitively priced race entry fees and there are discounts available for early bookings.


Ring O' Fire 2018 - our seventh edition of this iconic race

What do I get for my entry fee?


Live race tracking provided by Nifty Events
Race timing hosted by Nifty Events
Bespoke engraved Welsh slate medals for finishers
Bespoke engraved Welsh slate trophies for winners
Technical running t-shirt - Ring O' Fire branded
Running buff - bespoke
Two nights' accommodation
16 well stocked checkpoints
Bag transportation - we carry your bags all weekend
Race support - First Aid, friendly and experienced marshals
Purple Moose beers and fantastic awards ceremony
Sign Up - Ring O' Fire


What are the entry options and how much does it cost?


£175 Early Bird discounted fee (First 50 bookings before 31st December 2017)
£175 Returning Ring O' Fire runners (Anyone who has entered Ring O' Fire 2012-17 bookings before 31st December 2017)
£195 Standard race fee (All bookings from 1st January 2018)
Free - if you successfully apply as a charity runner and meet the appropriate fundraising target for one of our supported charities (Limited places available)



Firelighter 2018 - our second edition

What do I get for my entry fee?


Race timing hosted by Nifty Events
Bespoke medals for finishers
Bespoke trophies for winners
Running t-shirt - Firelighter branded
Running buff - bespoke
4 well stocked checkpoints
Bag transportation - we carry your bag to the finish line
Race support - First Aid, friendly and experienced marshals
Purple Moose beers and fantastic awards ceremony
Sign Up - Firestarter


What are the entry options and how much does it cost?


£45 Early Bird discounted fee (First 50 bookings before 31st December 2017)
£55 Standard race fee (All bookings from 1st January 2018)
Free - if you successfully apply as a charity runner and meet the appropriate fundraising target for one of our supported charities (Limited places available)





Run for Charity

Why not sign-up as a charity runner - you could run for free* and raise money for a great cause at the same time!

This year we are offering a limited number of charity places and have partnered with two leading charities, Bowel Cancer UK and the Stroke Association.
Free entry* - you only pay a registration fee (£50 for the Ring O' Fire, or £25 for the Firelighter) which is refunded in full, if you attempt the challenge and meet the minimum fundraising target (£500 for the Ring O' Fire or £200 for the Firelighter).

*Upon completion of the challenge your chosen charity pays your entry fee from the funds you have raised. You can find out more about the charities that we are supporting on our Charity Runner page.

Refunds and Transfers

What are my options if I cannot race or cancel my entry?

The following applies to all entries - Standard, Early Bird and Discounted:

Refunds
In the event of withdrawing a 60% refund is available until 1st July 2018, and 30% refund is available until 1st September 2018. It is your responsibility to arrange a refund. You can do this by logging into your registered account. The refund policy is stated here and also reconfirmed in the email you receive following registration.
Transfer to another runner
Transfer to a substitute runner is available until 1st July 2018. It is your responsibility to arrange a transfer. You can do this by logging into your registered account.
Roll my entry to another year
Unfortunately, we cannot 'roll over' or defer entries to following years. It's only fair to treat each entry on a first come first served basis to ensure everyone has the same fair chance of gaining entry.
Charity entries
Please note our charity places are not transferrable to other runners or future races. If you decide not to race or fail to raise the money for any reason you will lose the registration fee. This is £50 for Ring O' Fire and £25 for Firelighter.


What do people say about us?



"Having said that it would never have been as enjoyable had your army of volunteers not been so energetic, friendly & motivating throughout the 3 days. I remember thinking they were like lemmings and just popped up when you desperately needed a lift. (except for the photographer who seemed to have a knack of catching you at your worst moment)"
Past Ring O' Fire finisher