Coming Up

DPFR race
Ashop Horseshoe
Other runs
Upper Derwent Stones TT
Wed 10th Jun
Tha Sprunce (Route 1 Race 3)
Thu 11th Jun
Burbage Skyline TT
Sun 14th Jun


James Boulter Ⓥ
1d • 4/06/2020 • 22:50

James Pierce
1d • 4/06/2020 • 22:27

Dark Peak Fell Runners
1d • 4/06/2020 • 20:30

1d • 4/06/2020 • 16:03

Dark Peak Fell Runners
4d • 2/06/2020 • 11:49

Dark Peak Fell Runners
5d • 1/06/2020 • 7:59

Mammal Recorder
5d • 1/06/2020 • 1:13

Moorland Monitors
5d • 31/05/2020 • 20:14

luke cook
6d • 30/05/2020 • 20:00

Charlie Massey
6d • 30/05/2020 • 18:44

Stuart Walker
6d • 30/05/2020 • 13:02

Si Brown
8d • 28/05/2020 • 15:45

Paul Besley
8d • 28/05/2020 • 15:41

Dark Peak Fell Runners
9d • 27/05/2020 • 18:10

Dark Peak Fell Runners
10d • 26/05/2020 • 16:19

Dark Peak Fell Runners
11d • 26/05/2020 • 12:04

Dark Peak Fell Runners
11d • 26/05/2020 • 12:02

Dark Peak Fell Runners
12d • 24/05/2020 • 23:05

Dark Peak Fell Runners
12d • 24/05/2020 • 20:30

From the Photos page


Burbage Summer Sharpener 2 on Wednesday 6th July 2016

The aim was to give you a run of controls coming thick and fast in the valley bottom, meaning you had to tackle them at speed while paying careful control to the micro-navigation as you homed in your destination. Then you had one big decision about whether to take in the distant control below Millstone Edge to the west, or that pit in the middle of the moor to the east. And for good measure you could do them in any order – do you hit the valley bottom downhill while your legs and your mind are fresh, or do you stride out to the distant control first, and then bag the rest on the home run? People's decisions are shown in the results, but once again it was ace orienteer Neil who showed us the way by hitting all the valley controls spot-on at speed, and then spotting a line over to the ruin in the woods that had eluded everyone else, (including me when I set out the controls). Many people went down towards Surprise View, swinging round and below the main Millstone Edge, but Neil went up to Winyards Nick and then nipped in to the control below Over Owler Tor. He took with him a small posse of followers, who all grabbed a big time advantage and came home inside fifty minutes. Control nine involved exactly the same distance, but the results of those who went there suggest that it must have been a much slower route. Thanks to all who came, and I hope you enjoyed it despite all the potentially maddening decisions.


18 starters
Click the to see results for the athlete in all results for this event, click the name for all known results for the athlete
1Neil Northrop00:42:58Dark PeakMSequence: 1-8
2Kristian Groom00:46:42Dark PeakMSequence: 1-8
6Rob Cole01:04:03Dark PeakMSequence: 8-1
8Ralph Skrimshire01:09:10Dark PeakMSequence: 9-1
9David Lund01:09:27Dark PeakMSequence: 8-1
15Paul Walwyn01:14:35Dark PeakMSequence: 8-1
3Richard Bradbury00:48:33Dark PeakMV40Sequence: 1-8
4Charlie Elliot00:49:04Dark PeakMV40Sequence: 1-8
10Tim Ray01:10:52Dark PeakMV40Sequence: 8-1
7Tim Wiegand01:05:31Dark PeakMV45Sequence: 8-1
12Phil Crowson01:12:33Dark PeakMV50Sequence: 8-1
Stephen Martin Dark PeakMV55 
5Keith Holmes00:49:37Dark PeakMV60Sequence: 1-8
14Roy Small01:14:06Dark PeakMV60Sequence: 8-1
11Peter Gorvett01:11:27Dark PeakMV65Sequence: 9-1
13Penny Collier01:13:05Dark PeakWV45Sequence: 8-1
16Lucy Wiegand01:18:06Dark PeakWV45Sequence: 8-1
17Nicola Parkin01:21:33Dark PeakWV45Sequence: 8-1

© Dark Peak Fell Runners 2020

Powered by Yii Framework