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Denholme Doddle

Sat 25th Jul 2020

Walk Details:

Event Postponed
This challenge event is now postponed due to the worldwide Coronavirus pandemic We received an email from Yorkshire Water refusing permission for the event to go ahead on the original date of July 25th. We have therefore postponed until Saturday September 12th 2020. There is a lot of bureaucracy to sort out in order to arrange this and even then we still cannot be certain of going ahead. If you would like to enter just do so without paying an entry fee for now and pay later if and when we are certain. Thank you for your understanding
Event Type
Challenge Event
Region / Area
Northern England / Bronte Country
Distance / Time Limit
27, 21 or 17ml. 11.5hrs
Start Time
08:30 (09:30 runners)
Denholme Shared Church, BD13 4JR

The route follows the old Harden Hard'un, with nearly 4,000ft of ascent. Over half the walk is on open moorland interspersed with valley crossings and includes excellent viewpoints - classic Bronte country

General Notes
Limit 150
Start and Finish

Entry Details:

Cheques Payable To
Mpika Relief Fund
Standard Entry Form
Yes - SAE not required if email address is given


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