The Calderdale Hike

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About
Set in the beautiful high Pennine valleys of Calderdale, the routes run over tracks across the surrounding moors with stunning views of the area. Three routes of 36, 26 & 16 miles cater for all abilities and are open to both walkers & runners.
Participants
The Calderdale Hike Short, and The Calderdale Hike Long
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Calendar
Sat, 10 Apr 2021
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Sowerby Bridge, United Kingdom
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Where and when
Location
27 Kingsley Ave, Sowerby Bridge HX6 1DJ, UK
Start times
Sat, 10 Apr 2021
The Calderdale Hike Long:
TBC |
The Calderdale Hike Short:
TBC
Races summary
Here's what races are available for The Calderdale Hike
The Calderdale Hike Short
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26.2mi
The Calderdale Hike Long
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36mi
Route information
The long route of 36 miles involves some 6200 feet of ascent, whilst the short route of 26 miles has 3200 feet of ascent.
What's included
It is full supported with refreshments at roadside checkpoints, transport from any roadside retirement point back to Sowerby Cricket Club HQ, a hot meal back at HQ, a licensed bar (sorry not free), a certificate of achievement and a full results sheet.
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How to get there
27 Kingsley Ave, Sowerby Bridge HX6 1DJ, UK
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Car Parking – Free, large car park at nearby school and on street.
Event day logistics
Long Walkers-Registration: 6.00am Start time: 7.00am
Short Walkers-Registration: 7.00am Start time:8.00am
Long Runners-Registration: 8.15am Start time:9.00am
Short Runners-Registration:8.15am Start time:9.00am
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Recent Questions
Hayley Dixon
4/8/2019
Hi, I have signed up to do the 26 mile walk but I recently injured my back. It is getting better and I don’t want to drop out of the hike but I’m just wondering if anyone knows at what points the retirement points are in case on the day I end up having to drop out. It would just make me feel more at ease about the day if I know I can drop out if I have to! Thanks
Stephy Dennis
4/8/2019
Hi there. Thanks for getting in touch. If you ping our customer support team an email they will be happy to help - support@letsdothis.com
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