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Event Detail

A Penyard, a Howle and finally a Chase  
Sunday October 17, 2021 at 10:00 am 10.0 Miles OL 14
Grid Ref: SO59802314
What3Words: vintages.volcano.adventure
Meet at: Town & Country car park off Fernbank Road, Tudorville
Following Ross Town and Country Trail to ascend to Penyard Woods, over the top and down to Weston under Penyard before climbing to Howle Hill via Pontshill. Up again from Coughton taking the steep Wye Valley Way to top of Chase Woods. Mix of footpaths, fields and country lanes. Expect mud. Sorry no dogs.
1700ft of ascent inc one sustained climb towards the end. 8 stiles.
Coffee stop and packed lunch
Jackie H
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