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    Carding Mill Canter

    Anyone doing this on Saturday?

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    Re: Carding Mill Canter

    Quote Originally Posted by Matt the Brum View Post
    Anyone doing this on Saturday?
    nope, I will be at Noon stones

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    Re: Carding Mill Canter

    Nope, will be up in the Lakes. But have a good 'un Matt

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    Re: Carding Mill Canter

    Nope, me leg hurts
    Any damn fool can make money, show me someone who can make time.

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    Re: Carding Mill Canter

    Been dragged into another event so won't be able to do this one either.

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    Carding Mill Canter

    Hello All,

    I've been running in the hills for about 12 months now, more committedly recently, culminating in my first proper fell race, Titterstone Clee, on Saturday. I did about as well as I expected, and was pleased that I was in touch with the next lowest placed senior bloke... (I may need a bit more training on the ascents so am going to do some hill intervals).

    Anyway the point of this is that I really enjoyed it and fancied a go at the Carding Mill Canter next month. Can anyone tell me the route the race takes? I live near Telford and would like to recce it, maybe next weekend.

    Cheers
    JimT
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    Novice Fell Runner, Shropshire

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    Re: Carding Mill Canter

    There's a map on the old Mercia FR website,

    http://mercia.make247.co.uk/race/ra_...millCanter.asp

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    Re: Carding Mill Canter

    Thanks, never thought of looking on the old site.

    Cheers
    Jim
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    Re: Carding Mill Canter

    Carding Mill Canter is listed as 4 mile 1800ft - using those checkpoints in a straight line its 5.4 miles - i ran the route off that map and my garmin 305 recorded 5.9 miles and 2000ft.

    Is the advertised distance incorrect or are the checkpoints wrong?

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    Re: Carding Mill Canter

    It's definately longer than advertised.

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