AFoot in Two Dales

Sat 6th Jul 2019

Walk Details:

Event Type
Challenge Event
Region / Area
Northern England / Yorkshire Dales
Local Group
The Irregulars
Distance / Time Limit
50ml. in 24hr for experienced walkers & runners
Start Time
Start: 08.30. registration 07.00-08.15
Route
From Harmby village hall nr Leyburn in Wensleydale, North Yorkshire

Using footpaths, bridleways and quiet roads through the attractive dales of Wensleydale and Swaledale including an ascent of Great Shunner Fell

General Notes
Equipment: As this is a walk over moorland and at night; a mandatory kit list includes; suitable footwear, waterproofs (top & trousers), spare fleece, map, compass, whistle, torch & emergency bivvy bag (not foil blanket) & food. Route descriptions will be available to download from www.ldwa.org.uk/TheIrregulars or at registration on the day. Maps required OL30. Full event details, terms & conditions & risk assessment, along with downloadable route description, map, gps & tracklogs available on the web page. A qualifier for the 2020 Hundred, brought to you by one of the friendliest LDWA local groups, amidst some of the finest countryside in the world. Participants who retire from the event, must do so at a checkpoint. Marshals have the right to withdraw participants if their fitness is in doubt or if they are behind schedule. On-line entry or by entry form (available on website)
Start and Finish

Entry Details:

Cost
Entry: 20, non LDWA & OTD 25 incl tea & toast at start, refreshments at Cps and meal at finish. Badge & cert available
Cheques Payable To
The Irregulars


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