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Tour des Marches Challenge Walk

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Saturday 10th September 2022

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Sunday 6th March 2022 at 09:00
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Sunday 4th September 2022
26 miles; 18 miles; 12 miles
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164 Participants
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6 Participants
Entry Fees

LDWA Member: £10
Non Member: £17

Phil Clarke

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26, 18, or 12 miles from Wistanstow Village Hall GR LR137/SO430858 Undulating route through SW Shropshire, visiting Clun and Bishops Castle. For much of your day you are in the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty – established in 1958. As well as using paths that are well known (including parts of The Shropshire Way), we are happy to introduce you to more secretive parts of the rights of way network. 

Map LR/137. Mass Start at 08.30am. Entry in advance LDWA Members £10, non- LDWA £17, inc light breakfast from 07.15, snacks and drinks available at all four checkpoints and toilets available at two main checkpoints. Hot meal and pudding at finish including vegetarian option. Free beer!  NO ENTRIES ON THE DAY.

Full support and transport for retirees and 12 and 18 mile walkers, maps and route description provided, certificates and finishers list. Sorry no dogs. A popular walk that is usually oversubscribed by July. Entry limit 150. Org by Marches LDWA. Website,


No under 14's, under 18's to be accompanied by a parent/guardian.

Runners are welcome at this event.

Participants should carry appropriate equipment for the duration of their walk and the predicted weather conditions.

No dogs, this is Cattle and Sheep Country.

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