This weekend sees the 52nd annual Ten Tors event on Dartmoor. Here is the latest:
"Pasty stealing fox hampers Ten Tors training with camp attacks"
Cheeky so-and-sos... and a fox. Story: Thisisplymouth
"From 2012 onwards only teams from the South West of England will be able to take part, due to the high numbers of entrants."
All change! Ten Tors Facebook page
"River conditions are currently acceptable, but higher than average. Moor walking conditions are wet and spongy."
Ten Tor's Secetary comments on Moor conditions: Training notices. Mmmm... spongy...
"For five decades Ten Tors has remained a National Flagship whose reputation as the foremost endeavour for youth development is firmly established and the Army is committed to its future."
Brigadier Piers Hankinson, Ten Tors Director, says this isn't the last Ten Tors: Ten Tors brochure
"Leave gates as you find them; if in doubt, close gates on Dartmoor.
Leave no litter; take all tins, bottles and paper home"
- Taken from the Ten Tors code, Aide Memoire for teams: the 'Green Card'. Its in the rules!!
"The annual Ten Tors Challenge takes place on Saturday and Sunday and will see 2,400 youngsters attempting routes. In all, 1,000 military and civilian personnel will be on duty over the Ten Tors weekend. The armed forces also supply support equipment and vehicles to make the event possible, including two Sea King Mk 4 helicopters from 848 Naval Air Commando Squadron based at RNAS Yeovilton in Somerset."
A potentially crowded weekend in-store: grough.co.uk
"Not all those who wander are lost"
Good luck to all participants!