He said he had a few friends who were already in 23 and they gave him some routes to do. I was thinking does that not sort of kill off the even field.
Not quite Bury but very close they also sell black peas it not all about the black pudding. I have done some of the Hills in Norden going into Rossendale. A Tri Club I go to sometimes trains up that way.
Yes, Peel tower is good and steep however, it is only short. I tend to try and do it From Manchester Road rather than the Ramms Head so I get the full accent. I haven't really looked at Holcombe Moor maybe worth looking at on a map.
I have been looking at the wind farms you have said. Hailstorm Hill if my memory serves my right. I would be able to cover that half cross county half on the track from near Fairfield Hospital.
There'll be a route from Fairfield way up towards the old Rochdale road, cut over the hill there, past the Fisherman's Retreat and into Rammy. Up to t'tower. I'm sure that you can get down the other side one way or another to get down to Brangie and back into Bury.
Be a hard run that. A good 10-12 miles with some hard hills.
My mate Chalky suggests that getting out on the hill for an enjoyable hike, over two consecutive days, is better than blowing out your hoop for a day.
He also suggests eating cassava and beating your wife unconscious, so the jury is out on the validity of any of his suggestions.
They'll let you know I'm sure. I wouldn't know, but my mate chalky suggests that being quite fit and flexible will beat hyper fit but carrying injury.Makes Sence. my wife is also gobby sometimes might try it later.
In all seriousness, I was going to do that over the weekends before I joint the carder just to get my leg used to the weekends I'm there.
Just another question to add. In the reserves on your weekends off are you expected to beast yourself or just normal phys?