Thank you for registering for the Amer 100 Challenge 2021
We know there is a lot of information, but we are here to help. Please don’t hesitate to contact Natalie if you have any questions, would like to discuss anything or need any help as you prepare for your challenge. Good luck and thank you for your support!
- Challenge Overview
All participants must complete a Medical & Personal Details form before the challenge. Please click here to enter your details.
Notes on completing this form:
It is essential that you answer all questions as fully as possible, signing and dating the declaration at the end. The information will be kept confidential to event staff and any medical officer(s) attending the event. When answering questions please bear in mind that we are particularly interested in any history of the following conditions: asthma; bronchitis; heart conditions; high blood pressure; kidney or bladder disease; fits; HIV; faints; blackouts; severe headaches migraines; diabetes, joint, back or muscle problems; any allergies including food sensitivities; mental health problems, including phobias; visual or hearing problems; heart related illnesses. If you fail to disclose any relevant information, your safety may be jeopardised. In addition, any insurance you have may be invalid.
Please note that this event will be COVID compliant. Any necessary changes to the event will be communicated to all participants in advance.
Please note times are approximate and may vary. Any changes will be updated closer to the time.
- Challenge Location
You can download the Map of the route by clicking here. Please note that this is subject to change following risk assessment on the event date.
A GPX File of the route can be downloaded by clicking here. You’ll need a GPX reader or compatible device to view this file – free apps are available from your App Store.
You can also view the route card with GPS coordinates here.
Mountain Awareness Day
Mountain Awareness Day
On Saturday 19th June, we’ll be offering all participants the chance to learn mountain skills or refresh their memories, with the expert guidance of an experienced mountain leader at our Mountain Awareness Day. The day will take place in the Brecon Beacons, giving you the opportunity to experience the terrain that you’ll be hiking through on event day.
You can find out more about what the day will involve by taking a look at our Mountain Awareness Day Information document.
If you’d like to register, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. The cost of the day will be £45 per person and will be COVID-safe.
Ellis Brigham Navigation Sessions with Glenmore Lodge
Join us our event sponsors, Ellis Brigham Mountain Sports, as they equip you with the skills to get back outdoors with renewed confidence. EB have teamed up with friends at Scotland’s National Outdoor Training centre, Glenmore Lodge, for two free navigation talks designed to arm you with the basics and some tips and tricks to have you navigating like a pro!
Session 1: New to Maps & Navigation – Monday 19th April, 8PM
Session 2: Navigation ‘Next Steps’ – Monday 26th April, 8PM
Click here for more details and to register for either or both events.
BMC Hiking Essentials Workshop
If you’re looking to refresh your knowledge on ‘Hiking Essentials’, join the British Mountaineering Council from the comfort of your own home on Thursday 22nd April, 7pm to 9.30pm (Zoom). For more details and registration, visit https://www.thebmc.co.uk/hiking-essentials
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