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CONTACT:

PETER SKINNER
PORT END
5 ROYAL CROFT DRIVE
BASLOW
DERBYSHIRE
DE45 1SN

wpw@portend.co.uk

DETAILS OF THE WALK AND MAPS

The £15.00 entry fee includes:

An embroided souvenir White Peak Walk Badge
Pie and Peas and cups of tea at the finish
Certificates to all finishers
Trophies for the first man, woman, male veteran, female veteran and Scout/Guide/Youth Club Team
Transport to finish for those who retire
A copy of the results sent to you

On acceptance of your application, you will receive written confirmation of your place. Please note that all places have usually been taken by early in the New Year. In February, or soon after, we will send you the final instructions which will include:

The recommended route (please note - other than through Manners Wood, the route is not waymarked - you will be expected to navigate the route yourself using OS maps)
A list of checkpoint opening and closing times
The telephone numbers of B&B accommodation and the nearest youth hostels, camp sites and camping barns
Telephone numbers for queries about the walk

The route is defined by the following checkpoints which must be visited in order:

REGISTRATION Monyash Village Hall
GR 152664
START Monyash Village Green
GR 152664
CHECKPOINT 1 Waterloo Hotel
GR 132714
CHECKPOINT 2 Brushfield
GR 166716
CHECKPOINT 3 Bakewell
GR 215690
CHECKPOINT 4 Calton Lees
GR 258682
CHECKPOINT 5 Rowsley
GR 257656
CHECKPOINT 6 Birchover
GR 237622
CHECKPOINT 7 Harthill Moor
GR 224627
CHECKPOINT 8 Long Rake
GR 194644
FINISH Monyash Village Hall
GR 152664

USE OF THE A6 BETWEEN WATERLOO HOTEL AND BRUSHFIELD IS NOT PERMITTED

USE OF THE HEADSTONE TUNNEL AT MONSAL HEAD IS ALLOWED

Ordnance Survey maps 1:25000 White Peak Leisure Map and 1:50000, sheet number 119, Buxton, Matlock and Dovedale cover the route.

Ordnance Survey Maps
(Please note - the map on the website is for guidance only and should not be used as a navigation aid - we recommend that you use the OS maps detailed above)


The object is to complete the circuit within 12 hours and a certificate will be awarded to everyone who achieves this time. Individual trophies will be awarded to the first man, woman, male veteran, female veteran to complete the course.
A trophy will be awarded to the fastest scout/guide/youth club team of three or more members who complete the course together.

Kinder Mountain Rescue will be in attendance for first aid and RAYNET will be providing radio communications between the checkpoints.

ALL PROCEEDS WILL GO TO LOCAL WORTHY CAUSES

 

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