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It felt like we were out on the moor on two completely different days... early morning and on until lunchtime, the mist swirled and twisted around us ensuring navigation had to be our top priority. By midday, the sun broke through the clouds and we had bright blue skies, blazing sunshine and a beautiful landscape ahead of us.
'I think we all feel a sense of achievement when we finish a route, and today was no different. The conditions were perfect and we walked with high moral and good pace.'
'I think our biggest accomplishment on Saturday was persevering as a group when we were faced with significant obstacles, such as the 220m climb of Chat Tor. We all helped each other out, especially when each and every one of us ached all over.' Elliot Batten & Seb Powell
The teams completed W3 as the sun was setting. As light turned to darkness, the teams will rest, recover and then be preparing themselves over the winter months, keeping fitness levels up, practicing carrying more equipment, walking up hills in preparation for Perranporth sand dune training at the end of January with full kit. Until the New Year 2019!
Miss Blackburn Ten Tors Team Manager