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Snow What Snow

Shropshire dawned this morning to bright blue sky's and a thick frost, but very little snow, however the temperature is -1 in the valley and with the cold wind it feels much lower, we see little problem with todays race at Titterstone Clee, but do please expect to be told to carry full kit, we will try and update the website at 9:30 with local road conditions for this mornings race, and again this evening with information on expected weather conditions for the Long Mynd Valleys Race, a final weather check will appear on our website again just before 9:00am on Sunday the 3rd Feb

Weather Forcast for Saturday on Titterstone Clee

Severe weather is forecast for Friday evening with probable snow, hopefully it will clear by Saturday lunch time, but one of our fears is about people getting to Cleeton St Marys and being able park safely, the other is the wind chill factor, temperatures for Saturday in Ludlow are predicted to be 0C, but feeling more like -5C, on top of the hill it will be considerably colder, full waterproof/ windproof body cover will be mandatory for all starters if this is the case, we will endeavour to put a notice on the website early on Saturday morning about road conditions in the area

Long Mynd Valley's Race - Sunday 3rd February - EARLY STARTS

Please Note: All early starts will be at 10.30 a.m. Start is 10 mins from Registration.

Titterstone Clee Race - Saturday 2nd February 2008- 11.45

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This Race is run in conjunction with the Long Mynd Valley's Race. This Shropshire Weekend of racing presents prizes for the combined results as well as prizes for each race. Please note that although Titterstone Clee is a short race, it is held in Mid Winter and conditions on the hill can be very cold, all compeditors will be expected to carry or wear full body cover

Long Mynd Valleys race route

Long Mynd Valleys fell race - a popular route

A map of a popular route for the Long Mynd Valleys race has been posted with the race details. Click here to view it.
Note: This is just one of many possibilities, you cannot rely on everybody following this route and thus cannot rely on following everybody else, and in poor visibility you will most likely find yourself alone. You MUST be able to navigate!