The Fan Dance


The Fan Dance is a 24k route march in the Brecon Beacons that is infamous within the ranks of all UK Special Forces.

Test your strength of mind traversing Pen y Fan and the associated terrain before taking on the evil that is Jacob’s ladder on the return leg.

The Fan Dance

Fan Dance Hunted

The Fan Dance with a twist – You will be given a head start of 15 minutes before the pack of ‘Wolves’ (DS) will be released and on your tail.

If they catch you your arm band will be removed signifying you have been caught.

The Fan Dance

Fan Dance Extreme Gemini Edition

If the Fan Dance isn’t enough to satisfy your love of endurance then why not tackle it twice in the same weekend?

Undertake the Fan Dance back to back to push yourself that bit further and join a select group of individuals who have taken on and conquered the challenge.

The Fan Dance

Fan Dance Dark Trail

Testing your senses as well as your endurance, take on the mighty Brecon Beacons in the dark.

Under the cover of darkness this circular route will give you a different perspective of Pen y Fan and its surroundings.  Can you make it back before dawn?

The Fan Dance

Fan Dance Trinity

Our ultimate Fan Dance weekend package.  Push through the fatigue, the elements and the distance to accomplish one of our toughest challenges.

Complete two Original Fan Dances PLUS Dark Trail in this bundle and you will be rewarded with the unique Trinity medal.

The Fan Dance

Fan Dance Eclipse

Within 24 hours you could complete two different but equally challenging events to make this a day to remember.

Tough it out through the day and night to complete not only the 24km Fan Dance but also the night time challenge that is Dark Trail.

“Awesome!!! Tough Mudders, Spartan races do not come close. Nothing compares to the fan dance”

Dave, England

“Brilliant! Great that all the guys with the heavy stuff were so cheerful and shouting good luck”

Sally, North Wales

“Amazing. Very well organised with DS who obviously are committed to giving the runners the best experience possible. Well done. See you next year.”

Lee, Scotland