Aye Duff - more paths and trod less hard surfaces - I seem to remember big route choice options though some runners opted to take the main road at times (I took scenic routes and lost time)
Have only done the last couple - last year went round with Nick and had a good chinwag all the way - learnt lots!
If my IBS knee problem improves ah'll be there agin - tho` it does test me this `un
Mike, Calderdale is always testing and The Hike pushes it to the max. Let's hope for good weather for the third year in a row. I'll see you there. Your medical condition is a bit of a conundrum though. I hope you're seeing a professional. Irritable Bowel Syndrome knee sounds rather messy, not to mention a plumbing nightmare. I guess you meant ITB.
10Ks decided to bugger off up a hill .... and I've never come back down. Consequently I'm viewed strangely when the normal long run is circa 15 - 20 miles yet they see me disappearing into the gloaming on a 30 miler of any given Sunday as all the stuff I now get involved in is the long hilly affairs and I need to get 4 - 5 hours on my feet as every forumite here with as little ability as I will testify. Finishing is my aim, taking a few pics along the way .... getting involved with the front runners is beyond my wildest hopes ....... anyway, just noticed that I ought to have done the Hardmoor race - even on bad knees, weighing 14 stone 3 pounds then it seems I missed a golden opportunity to have won summats
Silly question now, but my home PC aint working and this work one, for some reason, is blocking the official calderdale hike site, sooo...
are there still places left, and who do I make a cheque or Postal Order out to? And am I right in thinking it's thirteen quid?
£13, entries close 2nd April, cheques made out to 'Calderdale Hike'