Mile 4

Mile 4

England

Higgar Tor

Higgar Tor is both an ancient hill fort and a modern home to Park lovers. Seen from the air here, it shows its steep gritstone colours and some of the deceptively steep climbing lines beckon to a good knuckle rasping in gym shoes.

Tim Glasby

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Tim Glasby on 16/11/14 – 5 miles sponsored

Mile 3

Mile 3

England

Curbar Edge

Curbar wasn’t on route, but I have been running along the top of this outstanding natural beauty for over 30 years. Having lived underneath Curbar and Froggatt in Grindleford for over 20 years, I have run along Curbar on every day of the year at some point. This includes New Years Eve, Xmas Day and even the night before my wedding. Curbar Edge is wonderful and I have spent so much time along there running, jogging, cycling, walking, flying and even on occasions even climbing.

Tim Glasby

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Tim Glasby on 16/11/14 – 5 miles sponsored

Mile 2

Mile 2

England

Curbar Edge

Curbar wasn’t on route, but I have been running along the top of this outstanding natural beauty for over 30 years. Having lived underneath Curbar and Froggatt in Grindleford for over 20 years, I have run along Curbar on every day of the year at some point. This includes New Years Eve, Xmas Day and even the night before my wedding. Curbar Edge is wonderful and I have spent so much time along there running, jogging, cycling, walking, flying and even on occasions even climbing.

Tim Glasby & Lucy Creamer

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Si, Tim and Lucy out winter training before leaving.

Tim Glasby & Lucy Creamer on 16/11/14 – 5 miles sponsored
Mile 1

Mile 1

England

Stanage Edge

Leaving home, the first mile is Stanage. This gritstone playground, just next door to Sheffield and four miles long, is probably the longest developed climbing crag in the world, but certainly one of the most loved by people who climb with lots of spare skin on their finger tips!

Tim Glasby

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Si & Tim on photo shoot.

Tim Glasby on 16/11/14 – 5 miles sponsored