Wednesday, 25 March 2009

Joss Naylor Challenge – 14 Hour Schedule – 18th April 2009

Leg Leg Leg Leg Leg
  Miles Feet splits cumm Time of Day
Pooley Bridge         05:00
Arthur’s Pike     00:39 00:39 05:39
Loadpot Hill     00:18 00:57 05:57
Wether Hill (sunrise)   00:09 01:07 06:07
Red Crag     00:14 01:21 06:21
Raven Howe     00:04 01:25 06:25
High Raise     00:09 01:35 06:35
Kidsty Pike     00:09 01:44 06:44
Rampsgill Head     00:04 01:49 06:49
High Street     00:14 02:03 07:03
Thornthwaite Beacon     00:11 02:14 07:14
Stoney Cove Pike     00:26 02:40 07:40
Pike How     00:09 02:49 07:49
Kirkstone Pass - arrive 16 3900 00:18 03:08 08:08
Kirkstone Pass - depart   Rest 00:05 03:13 08:13
Red Screes     00:23 03:36 08:36
Hart Crag     00:51 04:28 09:28
Fairfield     00:14 04:42 09:42
Seat Sandal     00:23 05:05 10:05
Dunmail Raise - arrive 8 3200 00:18 05:24 10:24
Dunmail Raise - depart   Rest 00:10 05:34 10:34
Steel Fell     00:23 05:57 10:57
High Raise     00:51 06:48 11:48
Rossett Pike     00:46 07:35 12:35
Bowfell     00:32 08:08 13:08
Esk Pike     00:28 08:36 13:36
Great End     00:23 08:59 13:59
Sty Head - arrive 11 4900 00:28 09:27 14:27
Sty Head - depart   Rest 00:05 09:32 14:32
Great Gable     00:35 10:07 15:07
Kirkfell     00:45 10:52 15:52
Pillar     01:00 11:52 16:52
Scoat Fell     00:25 12:17 17:17
Steeple     00:05 12:22 17:22
Haycock     00:20 12:42 17:42
Seatallon     00:33 13:15 18:15
Middlefell     00:25 13:40 18:40
Greendale Bridge - arrive 13 5000 00:20 14:00 19:00
 
   

A total of 48 miles with 17000 feet of climbing to be done within 15 hours. The 14 hour schedule isn’t intended to drive me to break any records rather it should help me get to Greendale Bridge, weather permitting, by seven in the evening having had a grand long day out in the hills with good friends.

Pauline will be managing the road crossings and everything else that can be managed on the day and I’ll post details of other helpers shortly.

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