34th Smugglers Trod

Sat 10th Apr 2021

Walk Details:

Event Cancelled
DUE TO THESE UNCERTAIN TIMES, IT HAS BEEN DECIDED TO CANCEL THE WALK THIS YEAR, BUT WE CERTAINLY HOPE TO HOLD IT AGAIN NEXT YEAR
Event Type
Challenge Event
Region / Area
Northern England / North Yorkshire Coast
Local Group
Yorkshire Coast
Distance / Time Limit
25 or 17ml. in 10hr
Start Time
Start: 08.00
Route
From Fylingthorpe Village Hall, Robin Hoods Bay

Over moorland & pasture fps, mainly coastal scenery, with modest undulations

General Notes
Entry limit 300. No dogs. Off road parking available. Organised by & chq payable to Yorkshire Coast LDWA. Entry forms available by email.'I understand that the personal information submitted on this entry form will be held by the event organisers for up to three years after the event is held for the purposes of managing this event only.I accept that photographs are likely to be taken at the event, which may be featured in Strider magazine, group newsletters, on LDWA websites and on LDWA social media. In addition, I understand that my name, age band, sex, distance covered and time recorded may be published immediately and could be held in perpetuity for the purposes of providing a record of the event. After the event I will have the right to request that all my personal information be anonymised, but not removed.'
Start and Finish

Entry Details:

Cost
Entry: in advance 10, non LDWA 13, OTD all 15 (up to event limit of 300) incl food & drinks at 4 Cps (long route) & 2 Cps (short route) with water at most others and badge & cert. Also meal at finish - gluten free available if requested on application form
Cheques Payable To
Yorkshire Coast LDWA


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