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Gisburn Tomorrow

mcnultycopmcnultycop Posts: 2,143
edited November 2012 in Routes
I realise I'm posting this a little late, but I'm considering Gisburn for the first time tomorrow.

How technical are the trails? On the red graded routes are there any surprises that are unavoidable?

I'll probably do Lee and Cragg again (second time this week) but do fancy a change.

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  • mintedoxmintedox Posts: 273
    There's nothing that really catches you off guard, just loads of puddles. The boardwalk sections are quite slippy too but they aren't that long.

    It will be wet :D
    Papa? Nicole
  • mcnultycopmcnultycop Posts: 2,143
    mintedox wrote:
    It will be wet :D

    It can't be wetter than I got at Whinlatter today. My feet are still cold.

    I'll see how I feel in the morning and may head up there; I'll be going somewhere in any case.
  • mcnultycopmcnultycop Posts: 2,143
    I didn't go by default, my sat nav wasn't playing. I ended up going to Lee and Cragg instead.
  • gregsdgregsd Posts: 328
    mcnultycop wrote:
    I didn't go by default, my sat nav wasn't playing....

    Where's your sense of advanture? :wink:
  • stumpyjonstumpyjon Posts: 4,069
    Best get up there early next year when the new stuffs all open. if you're happy with Lee and Cragg technically you'll be fine at Gisburn.
    It's easier to ask for forgiveness than for permission.

    I've bought a new bike....ouch - result
    Can I buy a new bike?...No - no result
  • mcnultycopmcnultycop Posts: 2,143
    I'll do that. I'll stick to Lee and Cragg and my local routes for a while, plus I've got a skills course next month.

    I'll save Gisburn for 2013.
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