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The Hadrian Hundred

Sat 25th - Mon 27th May 2019

Walk Details:

Event Details Updated
For information about this event contact Bill Milbourne email
Event Type
Challenge Event
Region / Area
Northern England / Northumberland
Local Group
Distance / Time Limit
100ml. 48 hours
Start Time
10.00 (up to 2pm for faster entrants)
Queen Elizabeth High School, Hexham, Northumberland, NE46 3JB The Hadrian Hundred will be a circular walk passing through some of the best features of Northumberland, County
Durham and Cumbria. Starting from The Sele the designated route takes Hadrian's Wall from Hexham to Haltwhistle, sections of the South Tyne Trail and the Pennine Way, a traverse of Cross Fell, visiting Dufton (breakfast checkpoint), High Cup Nick, the remote moorland of Upper Teasdale and Weardale with the Allendale Valley back to Hexham
General Notes
Entries will open on Monday 8th October 2018 and close on Friday 30th November 2018. If more than 550 valid entries are received a ballot will take place to determine who will be accepted. If 550 valid entries are not received by 30th November further applications will be considered up to 15th April 2019 on a first come first served basis. Conditions and qualifications apply - full details on the Hadrian Hundred website. The only method of entry is online through SiEntries. Applications by any other means will not be considered or accepted
Ian Lauriston

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