Three Circles of Monmouth – Route details

Route Descriptions & GPX Files

Please find below the 2022 route descriptions and GPX files for our third three circles event, The Three Circles of Monmouth.
Entrants should complete their intended routes in the order of longest to shortest.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR ALL EVENT PARTICIPANTS:

Entrants are requested to read and abide by the rules of the event.
Equipment – Your attention is drawn to rule 7 which lists the items each entrant must carry.

Route Descriptions:

    • 5 miles PDF document | MS Word document [links to follow]
    • 9 miles PDF document | MS Word document [links to follow]
    • 13 miles  PDF document | MS Word document [links to follow]
    • 14 miles (Use the 9 and 5 mile route descriptions)
    • 18 miles (Use the 13 and 5 mile route descriptions)
    • 22 miles (Use the 13 and 9 mile route descriptions)
    • 27 miles (Use the 13, 9 and 5 mile route descriptions)

GPX files and route views

  • 8 miles  GPX file | Zipped GPX | View map (*see note below) [links to follow]
  • 10 miles  GPX file | Zipped GPX | View map (*) [links to follow]
  • 12 miles  GPX file | Zipped GPX | View map (*) [links to follow]
  • 18 miles (Use the 5 and 9 mile gpx routes)
  • 20 miles (Use the 13 and 5 mile gpx routes)
  • 22 miles (Use the 13 and 9 mile gpx routes)
  • 30 miles (Use the 13, 9 and 5 mile gpx routes)

Note: If the GPX file does not download from direct link above, please download the Zipped GPX version and then extract the .gpx file from there.

*View map: to display a route a website such as Walk Lakes can be used to display the routes on a map. To use this website:

  • Download the GPX file to your device (if the .ZIP version – unzip it).
  • Start your internet browser and go to this link: https://www.walklakes.co.uk/
  • In the horizontal menu, select “GPS Mapping” which takes you to a map display.
  • Just above the top left corner of the map, click on the symbol with three horizontal lines.
  • In the drop down menu select “Load GPX file”.
  • In the popup window press the “Browse” button.
  • Use the resulting “File Upload” window to browse to the GPX file on your device, select it and press the “Open” button.
  • This should display the route on a map. Zoom in/out and pan/scroll to view the route.