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Robert's Romp


45 km / 28 miles
Eric Perks adds yet another anytime challenge to his growing list, this time with a sad tinge as it celebrates his friend and fellow LDWA member Robert Williams, who died recently at only 55. The 30-mile walk is called Robertís Romp and is set in an area he liked to romp around in preparation for the 15 LDWA 100s he completed. Starting from Dunley, it includes views of Glasshampton Monastery, Abberley Clock Tower and over the Teme and Severn valleys.


Path Type: Anytime Challenges
Attributes: Anytime Challenges
Start and Finish: SO788690 - Dunley, Worcestershire View on StreetMap

Publications, Badges and Certificates:

Looseleaf Robert's Romp route description  (Eric Perks )
Certificate Certificate for Robert's Romp  (Eric Perks )


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OS Landranger 138, 150
OS Landranger Active 138, 150
OS Explorer 204, 218, 219
OS Explorer Active 204, 218, 219

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14 km
Bunk House
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38 km

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Route Profile:

44.2 km (27.5 miles)
1,039 m (3,409 ft) ascent
262 m (860 ft)  maximum height

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