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Malham Moor - Dales Weekend

YHOA Superleague Event

Sun 15 September, 2024

Level of event: National

Type of event: Race

Fast classic Dales limestone terrain

This event is linked to:

Monks Road - Dales Weekend -2024-09-14

Fast classic Dales limestone terrain

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Pre Event Info

Safety Information

Whistles will be compulsory. The area is high and very open. Clothing will be dependent on conditions on the day and a waterproof may be required. This will be confirmed nearer the time.

Directions / Parking

Parking will be either side of the road approx. 2 miles north of Malham accessed via "Malham Raikes" going East then North from Malham and will be signposted. All cars must arrive by 12:00 and no return down that road to Malham will be possible until 12:30. Roads are very narrow and Malham can be very busy on a fine September day.

Assembly will be close to parking.

Registration & Start Times

Registration will open at 10:00 until 12:00

Start times are from 10.30 to 12.30. Courses close at 14.30.

Entry Details

Pre-entry with limited Entry on the Day. You can enter both the Saturday and Sunday events on the link to Fabian 4 which will be live soon.

Entries will be kept open until Wednesday 11th September as long as maps are available, with the closing deadline for a early entry being midnight on Sunday 8rd September. It is hoped that from Thursday 6th we can publish the numbers of maps for EOD.

Si Card Hire: £1 apart from Yellow where they are free. Hired SI cards will be available to collect at Download. A charge of £30 will be made for lost or non-returned hire SI cards. After your run they must be returned at download. Competitors with standard or hired SI cards must dib at all controls including the start and finish.

It is the competitor’s responsibility to ensure that their SI card has registered at the control.

Course Information

TBA

Terrain Description

Generally good running. Typical walled limestone terrain, with many rock and stone features.

There are also very many dry stone walls in the area which need to be crossed only at designated crossing points. These crossing points MUST be used, and include specially constructed stiles, farm gates which can be climbed, open gateways or gates, and stiles on public rights of way. Any damage to walls or gates is to be reported to the organiser to allow repairs. No stiles or gates need to be climbed on the young junior or shortest senior courses.

A number of areas are marked on the map as Out of Bounds, including all areas of limestone pavement and an SSSI.

Dog restrictions

Sorry no dogs allowed even in assembly area.

Contacts / Officials

Organiser: Liz Carter & Jo Buckley lizcarter150AToutlook.com

Planner: Ian Furlong

Controller: Tony Carlyle

Important Information

Safety and Risk: A comprehensive risk assessment will have been carried out by the organiser, but participants take part at their own risk and are responsible for their own safety during the event.

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