• LDWA North Yorkshire Moors 100

  • LDWA North Yorkshire Moors 100

  • LDWA North Yorkshire Moors 100

  • LDWA North Yorkshire Moors 100

LDWA North Yorkshire Moors 100

 
 
£25.00

sku: UK-CS-PREM-SD-010-T

Availability: In stock

 

Key Features

  • High-Res Mapping
  • Toggleable Mapping

 

Map Scale

  • 1:10k
  • 1:25k
  • 1:50k

 

Map Format

  • Ordnance Survey

 

 

Quick Overview

LDWA North Yorkshire Moors 100 Challenge Event Map Card
The whole route will be supplied on the SD card, which can be overlaid on the detailed mapping.
 
 

Product Description

The Long Distance Walkers Association (LDWA) organise their ‘flagship’ 100 event each Spring Bank Holiday Weekend. This event entails walking 100 miles in 48 hours. It is held in a different area each year - and in 2017 it is in North Yorkshire. There will be about 500 people starting the event on the morning of Saturday 27th May 2017 and they will walk with only short breaks until they finish. The fastest will finish in about 24 hours, and the slowest in 48 hours. There will be runners and walkers spread along the route during the weekend during the day and also at night. They will cause minimal disturbance, but you may be surprised to see them, especially at night.

The route will start and finish in Malton and will be an clockwise route, visiting the Howardian Hills, Esk Valley to the coast and returning via the North York Moors and the Vale of Pickering to Malton.

This map card contains the following topographical map scales:

• Ordnance Survey 1:10,000 street View
• Ordnance Survey 1:25,000
• Ordnance Survey 1:50,000

The whole route will be supplied on the SD card, which can be overlaid on the detailed mapping.

More information on the event can be found on the LDWA website below.
LDWA 100 2017

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