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31st Allendale Challenge

4 April 2020

Considered by many to be one of the toughest challenge walks around, The Allendale Challenge is organised by North of Tyne Mountain Rescue Team to raise valuable funds for the team.

The 26 mile course is always very popular, selling out every year, and should be a “must do” event for any keen walker or fell runner.

Taking an anti-clockwise loop from Allendale town, the route covers 26 miles (42 km) taking in Hard Rigg, Black Hill, and Kilhope Law before returning to the town via Spartylea, The Drag, and Ladelwell. The weather on the event can be as challenging as the terrain!

WHEN?

Saturday

4 April 2020

WHERE?

Allendale

Northumberland

HOW MUCH?

£30 Early Bird

£35 after 16th Feb

ENTRY INCLUDES

Pin Badge, T Shirt

Optional map

NOTMRT Logo

North of Tyne Mountain Rescue Team deliver essential search & rescue cover for the whole of the Northumbria Police area, responding to callouts 24/7, 365 days a year.

 

Made up entirely of professional and skilled volunteers, the service is a charity which receives no funding, relying upon kind donations to keep the team operational.

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