Stickle Pike EastWed 7 Jun
Summer series 1
Local level event
What does this mean?
Local events are usually low key and in the 'localised' area, ideal for newcomers to try the sport and Training events are non competitive and used for training and coaching, aimed at members of the club, but they can attract people from neighbouring clubs, and are often ideal for newcomers to try the sport. Regional events attract participants from around the local Region, National events are high quality competitions that will attract people from far away, Major events are Major Events such as a British Championships.
Terrain type: Fell
What another lovely evening to be up on Stickle Pike tonight for the first event in this year's Summer Series ! We hope you enjoyed your courses.
Many thanks to Pete for Planning, Neil & Mary for safety advising, Rach as Series Co-ordinator, Selwyn for parking, Kath, Gavin, Carol and Mark for control collecting and the SI Team of Ali, Mike and Sandy.
First of a series of five summer evening events across the South Lakes. Long and Short technical courses, and a yellow and orange for families, juniors and novices.
Near: Broughton in Furness Lat,Lng: 54.32929,-3.20976 Postcode: LA20 6EB
The pins on the maps show the location of the parking, the start may be some distance away
Directions / Parking
Parking will be at the summit of the pass between Broughton Mills and Hall Dunnerdale. Limited space so car-sharing appreciated.
Map / Terrain
Full leg cover isn’t compulsory.
The terrain is runnable open fell rising to 400m with complex rock and contour detail and very few paths. Fine views of the Duddon Valley distract from the navigation.
The orange and yellow courses are on the short side and keep to the lower parts of the area due to the very limited path network. Competitors on the yellow course will need to follow a stream for part of the route, and also a marked section.
The area is high, and exposed. If the weather is severe you may be required to carry a hooded waterproof jacket, and potentially hat, gloves and waterproof trousers. You should bring these to the event and notices will be displayed in the car park and at the start.
Sheep graze in the area, so remember to check for ticks after your run.
You must carry a whistle.
Long (short blue) 5.4 km 315 m climb 13 controls
Short (short green) 3.4 km 205 m climb 10 controls
Orange 2.1 km 125 m climb 8 controls
Yellow 1.3 km 75 m climb 8 controls
Scale 1:7500 and 5 m contours.
Map last updated in year 2022.
The map will be size A4 and printed on waterproof paper.
Start and finish adjacent to parking
Course closing time 19:30
Pre-entries via SI Entries
£4 M/W20- and full-time students
Entries free for LOC junior members, £4 for non-LOC juniors
Entries are open online via SI Entries here, online entry will close at 23:59 on Sun 4 June, some entry on the day will also be available.
Correct change please.
Entry on the day is possible for the Orange/Yellow but you can also pre-enter.
A family group intending to go round this course together should just enter once. Please fill in the box for details of others in your group.
You will just use one SI Card (dibber) between you but you can buy extra maps using the “extras” on SI Entries for £1.
Registration and Start times
Starts 17.30 until 18.30
Registration for the Orange/Yellow courses, which is particularly aimed at families, juniors and novice runners, will be by entry on the day (EOD), (or SI entries), opening at 17.00, and SI cards (dibbers) and compasses will be available for those who do not have them.
Contacts / Officials
Series Coordinator : Rach Stavert
Planner : Pete Owens
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