/ Chew Valley Challenge 2014
You need to be in a team (2-4 people) and ability makes no difference, it's all about being cunning and perhaps being prepared to bribe the guy running it (i.e. me) if things get desperate. Basicalluy it's lots of fun so why not?
You get points for crags and locations vistied, climbs done, treasures found and cakes eaten. There will be bonuses and handicaps for ability, age, clothing, wet weather, number of dogs & children, complaints and anything else I come up with on the day.
The full rules will be on the CVC FB page by Tuesday next week. Even though we are cragsmen, cragsladies may also join in.
Any questions, just ask.
I see your game. Taking the high road against the Pinnacle club are we?
(Don't worry the resultant fall-out should keep this thread bumped indefinitely)
In all seriousness, sounds like fun, will check it out, thanks.
What a shame I'm working and wont be able to come as I had "a cunning plan" to win
Put a Link to page please...
And could i win solely on number of dogs and cakes eaten?
Yep, I'm coming over and I'm really excited. I've pretty much done no climbing over there so it'll be great to get on some new routes :)
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