Nash Woods 2017

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Date of event: Sun 19th Feb 2017
Level of event: District (C)
Nearest town: Presteigne

Results

Full Individual Splits

The terrain is mainly wooded with conifer and deciduous trees situated on a hill which runs the length of the area, with steep sections in places. The ridge of the hill runs west to east with the north side in Wales and the south side in England. The conifer areas are covered in brashings (small cut branches), which makes running difficult; the deciduous areas have varying degrees of undergrowth. The area has a number of forestry tracks and numerous paths some indistinct.

Runners need to be aware that the area is popular with other users, walkers with dogs, horse riders and mountain bikers so when crossing tracks or paths please take care.

Location:

Officials:

  • Planner: Terry Smith
  • Organiser: Terry Smith
  • Controller: TBA

Info for dog owners

Dogs are permitted but must be kept under control, any fouling must be picked up and disposed of in the appropriate bin.

Facilities

There will a portable toilet available near registration otherwise there are toilets at the leisure centre, which is opposite to school car park.

The local Scout Group will be providing refreshments of hot and cold drinks, cakes and hopefully sausage and burgers.

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Nash Woods

The terrain is mainly wooded with conifer and deciduous trees situated on a hill which runs the length of the area, with steep sections in places. The ridge of the hill runs west to east with the north side in Wales and the south side in England. The conifer areas are covered in brashings (small cut branches), which makes running difficult; the deciduous areas have varying degrees of undergrowth. The area has a number of forestry tracks and numerous paths some indistinct.

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Posted by Terry Smith