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Discussion Forum - Events - Where Ravens Dare

Author: Claire Murray
Posted: Sun 25th Oct 2015, 13:39
Joined: 2001
Local Group: South Wales
This is what one Guy thought of the event
Author: David Morgan
Posted: Tue 29th Sep 2015, 17:41
Joined: 1994
Local Group: South Wales
On Saturday 3rd October, the Where Ravens Dare WILL accept all entries on the day.

The event will be using the Event Management System that was used for Red Rose 100 and results will be available by following this link:

The forecast is looking good, so a day of hills in South Wales might just be what some of you are looking for! You will be guaranteed wonderful views, excellent checkpoint food and a warm Welsh welcome to all of our English cousins who are still struggling to cope with Saturday's loss!


David Morgan
Author: David J Hooper
Posted: Wed 8th Oct 2014, 19:18
Joined: 1987
Local Group: Cornwall & Devon
An absolutely amazing day out in Wales. Top class route that let us see what we missed on the Valleys 100. Top class checkpoints and food. As well as a very warm welcome from the South Wales massive.

A must do event for everyones calendar ,cant wait for the Rhonda Rollercoaster.

Thanks again South Wales team
Author: David Morgan
Posted: Thu 25th Sep 2014, 19:04
Joined: 1994
Local Group: South Wales
Online entries for Where Ravens Dare close at midnight on 28th September. After that date, only entries on the day fees will be accepted.
So, in order to ensure that your LDWA membership accrues a discount, please enter by the end of play on the 28th Sept.

Online entry links can be found below in this thread.
Author: David Morgan
Posted: Sun 24th Aug 2014, 19:22
Joined: 1994
Local Group: South Wales
Last year, 148 people pre-entered the Where Ravens Dare challenge walk. To date, oly 61 have pre-entered and with such minimal support, this event's future could be in doubt. If you want to see this hilly event remain on the walks calendar, then your support would be gratefully received. Don't forget, we have pre-paid overheads to cover, and the longevity of the event cannot be guranteed if this small number were to repeat itself in the future.

You can enter on-line at
Author: Trevor White
Posted: Tue 5th Aug 2014, 10:18
Joined: 2006
Local Group: South Wales
Looking for a walk in October then why not try the South Wales “Where Ravens Dare” at 26.5 or 15.5.
If you did the 100 in the rain then why not come back and see some of the views you missed.
But then again I can’t arrange the weather but the two things you can be sure of a warm welcome and first class check point food.
Come on give it a go you know you want to.

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