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Friends of the North Highland Way Challenge

Sun 30th Jun 2019

Event Details:

Event Details Updated
This event began on April 30th and is open until June 30th, but only shows on the LDWA challenge events website for the closing date as our system cannot accommodate such a span. These details now also contain information about a prize for the first person to send in their Pilgrims Passport for verification (see under General Notes)
Event Type
Challenge Event
Region / Area
Scotland / North Highlands
Distance / Time Limit
150ml. 1 Week's Duration - applicable stamps required for completion
Start Time
Self choice (return by train from either Wick or Thurso)
Please contact the organiser for further information Cape Wrath - Duncansby Head along the North Highland Way
General Notes
Proceeds to the development of the Way into a multi user route for horse riders, cyclists and walkers. There is a prize for the first person to send in their Pilgrims Passport for verification. Instructions are detailed on the passport about how to get it verified. The prize, very kindly donated by Peter Hill, is a copy of his book, "I May be gone for Some Time" - value £18.95. Check it out on Amazon:
Tina Irving 73 Charlestown Road, Craigavon, BT63 5PP
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Entry Details:

£5.00 (cost of essential 'walk passport') walk passport 'must' be stamped along the way
Cheques Payable To
Chqs payable to Rachel Enterprise Enterprises
Standard Entry Form
Yes - SAE not required if email address is given


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