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Discussion Forum - Events - COTSWOLD CHALLENGE


Author: John Patrick Cunnane
Posted: Mon 5th Oct 2009, 20:28
Joined: 1998
Local Group: South Wales
Greatb event, as always. Well done Bristol & West.
Author: Chris Boden
Posted: Wed 30th Sep 2009, 22:07
Joined: 2005
Local Group: Beds, Bucks and Northants
Oops - let's try that again ....

The view over the Malverns from Haresfield Beacon wasn't bad either, although it's probably best just before the crest while the M5 is still hidden by the summit. Anyway, that was a good one; well-catered and well thought-out, with Birdlip Hill providing an entertaining sting in the tail. About 26 miles and 5,500ft in total, very similar to the Six Dales (if a lot drier underfoot).

Let's just hope the weather holds up for the LMH at the weekend! The outlook seems to be for showers at the moment ...
Author: Chris Boden
Posted: Wed 30th Sep 2009, 22:06
Joined: 2005
Local Group: Beds, Bucks and Northants
Author: Mike Childs
Posted: Wed 30th Sep 2009, 21:40
Joined: 1990
Local Group: Dorset
What a lovely walk, in one of the less well known parts of the Cotswolds, with some cracking hills and fabulous views from Painswick beacon. Great organisation (and food) from Bristol and West. The apple crumble and custard was just what I needed at the finish. And, it looks like there was a good turn out on a beautiful day.

I thought the ancient pear trees were a interesting feature at various places en route, particularly the giant one near the reservoir. That one has to be several hundred years old.

My thanks, to all you hard working folks at B+W LDWA. Couldn't have done better myself..

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