Please note the map above is just to give an indication of where the venue is, specific details should be given in an event's details.
The terrain is typical 'Pennine Fringe' coniferous woodland as used for the British Relay Championships in 2003. The area slopes considerably from the ridge down to the east of the map. The woodland is generally fast, with bramble slowing the pace in some areas. Small pockets of mining detail and an abundance of thickets should help to keep competitors on their toes.
The area is popular with mountain bikers, walkers and horse riders, please be aware of this when competing.