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Kings Tree
Wed 18th Sep
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Bluebell 3
Sun 15th Sep
Fat Boys Stanage Struggle
Sun 15th Sep
Juniors - Odin Mine (Mam Tor)
Sun 15th Sep


Dark Peak Fell Runners
3h • 15/09/2019 • 22:43

Si Brown
4h • 15/09/2019 • 21:32

Dark Peak Fell Runners
10h • 15/09/2019 • 15:55

Dark Peak Fell Runners
17h • 15/09/2019 • 8:34

Dark Peak Fell Runners
17h • 15/09/2019 • 8:31

Dark Peak Fell Runners
1d • 14/09/2019 • 19:57

Dark Peak Fell Runners
1d • 14/09/2019 • 19:15

Gareth Briggs
1d • 14/09/2019 • 18:13

Dark Peak Fell Runners
2d • 13/09/2019 • 20:48

2d • 13/09/2019 • 19:18

2d • 13/09/2019 • 18:26

Dark Peak Fell Runners
2d • 13/09/2019 • 16:36

Dark Peak Fell Runners
2d • 13/09/2019 • 16:33

Dark Peak Fell Runners
2d • 13/09/2019 • 15:25

2d • 13/09/2019 • 14:29

Coldhouse Collective
3d • 12/09/2019 • 15:49

Hal Roberts
4d • 11/09/2019 • 21:26

James P
7d • 8/09/2019 • 18:45

David Holmes
9d • 6/09/2019 • 21:52

9d • 6/09/2019 • 17:13

From the Photos page


Burbage Summer Sharpener 3 on Wednesday 3rd September 2014

Perhaps not the most imaginative of routes, but I wanted to make sure everyone was back before nightfall, I needed to keep away from the felling work, I wanted to find controls that we hadn't used before, and I didn't want you all to spend too long in neck-high bracken. It was designed to be fairly easy in terms of macro navigation, but with attention to detail required as you homed in to the controls in the last few yards. That little pit was thrown in as a bit of a teaser, and there was a notable difference between those of you who followed the experienced orienteers clockwise, and those of you had to navigate, (or not navigate), your own approach towards the end of an anti-clockwise journey. Attention to detail on the path junctions should have got you there. Thanks to you all for for turning up, and well done to those of you who managed to get everything spot-on and blaze round in less than an hour.

Five people did the whole series, and the series title went to the person who scored the fastest cumulative time. A BIG APOLOGY HERE! In the rush to get to the prize-giving, my maths went to pot last night and I awarded the title to Richard Hunt. If I'd bothered to get my calculator out and check properly, I would have realised that Charlie Elliott't time of 197:42 was demonstrably faster than Richard's 199:04. Thankfully, the two of them realised the error and redistributed the bottles of beer appropriately. The other series finishers were husband-and-wife pair Tim and Lucy Wiegand, and ace navigator Moz Musson. Well done to all.

I'll assess the wreckage of the trees before deciding whether to go ahead in the same area next year. Anyone fancy doing a new map?

Dave Holmes

30 starters
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1Neil Northrop00:51:12Dark PeakMClockwise
2Bill Edwards00:55:56  Anti-clockwise
3Charlie Elliot00:56:10Dark PeakMV40Anti-clockwise
4Ian Winterburn00:58:22Dark PeakMV45Anti-clockwise
5Richard Hunt00:58:32Dark PeakMV40Clockwise
6Tim Tett00:59:20Dark PeakMV50Clockwise
7Kristian Groom00:59:36Dark PeakMClockwise
8Phil Crowson01:00:20Dark PeakMV50Clockwise
9Paul Walwyn01:03:50Dark PeakMClockwise
10Kevin Saville01:11:31Dark PeakMV45Anti-clockwise
11Tim Wiegand01:11:52Dark PeakMV45Anti-clockwise
12Keith Holmes01:12:26Dark PeakMV60Anti-clockwise
13Roy Small01:13:24Dark PeakMV60Anti-clockwise
14Josh Williams01:13:51Dark PeakMClockwise
15Lucy Wiegand01:13:59Dark PeakWV45Anti-clockwise
16David Lund01:14:20Dark PeakMAnti-clockwise
17Andy Barnett01:17:36Dark PeakMV50Anti-clockwise
18Maurice Musson01:17:57Dark PeakMV60Anti-clockwise
19Lewis Ashton01:18:19Dark PeakMV45Clockwise
20Clive Last01:18:23Dark PeakMV65Clockwise

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