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Roundhay 50

Sat 15th - Sun 16th Feb 2025

Walk Details:

Event Type
Challenge Event
Region / Area
Northern England / West Yorkshire
Local Group
West Yorkshire
Distance / Time Limit
50ml. 22 hours
Start Time
08.30 & 09.30
Route
St Edmund's Church in Roundhay, North Leeds

The route will consist of 2 loops.
The first will head off South, through Roundhay Park, along the Wyke Beck to Temple Newsam, then along the Leeds Country Way through Garforth, Barwick-in-Elmet, Thorner, Bardsey & return to Roundhay via Wike.
The second loop goes along Gledhow Valley to the Meanwood Valley, up past Eccup Reservoir, into Harewood Estate & then back to Roundhay.

General Notes
Refreshments will be provided at all the checkpoints. There will be a mixture of savoury & sweet items. We will cater for vegetarians, & may have some vegan & gluten free options available but this cannot be guaranteed. Minimum kit - to be worn or carried at all times: full waterproofs, hat, gloves, fleece top, long trousers, map with route on, route description, compass, whistle, mug, emergency food, torch
Contact
Madeleine Watson
Finish

Entry Details:

Cost
LDWA Members 30.00 Non Members 45.00

Maps:

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