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All runners start at 11.00 am at Whitebridge in the Man v Horse race. Riders go out on staggered time below.
TILLY HEPBURN WRIGHT
Man V Horse 2014
This year's competition takes place on Sunday 13th April over a challenging but very scenic 26 km course on South Loch Ness Trails. Half of the money raised will come to this group and the other half will go to Alzheimer Scotland this year so please come and support us. Helpers and donations or baking and sandwiches welcome for the event.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any offers of support for the event.
Tilhill UPM forestry have kindly updated us with the following information
For your info we have commenced harvesting operations at Carn na Leirg. The felling coup runs parallel to the road starting at the forest gate up to just past the right hand turn.
The operators have been instructed to keep the road open at all times and not to block the access gate. If for some reason they do not then please let me know asap.
New Harvey's Map out for the South Loch Ness Trail and the Trail of the 7 Lochs.
Superbly drawn new map on waterproof polyethylene for walkers, riders and cyclists. If you would like a copy then we can arrange to send you one for £8.50 which includes postage and a donation of £1 to the work of the South Loch Ness Access Group to improve and maintain the trails in the area.
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If you wish to add a further donation to the payment then you can be assured that it will be put to good use.
South Loch Ness Access Group
Man v Horse Race over parts of the Trail of the 7 Lochs and the South Loch Ness Trail on Sunday 13th April 2014.
£100 cash prize courtesy of the South Loch Ness Tourist Group and the Jacobite Warrior Perpetual Quaich for fastest horse or runner. Keepsake trophy for fastest of each and the fastest lady runner. Medals for all runners and rosettes for all riders. Cake and teas at the finish.
The group has been going for eight years now . We are constituted to encourage and develop responsible off-road access for walkers and riders in the South Loch Ness Area, to promote the Scottish Outdoor Access Code and to liase with other access groups inthe surrounding areas.
The group is affiliated to the British Horse Soctiey Bridleways Group
A view from the path on the Fair Haired Lad's Pass which the SLNAG has helped to secure the funding for.
SLNAG is currently helping Destination Loch Ness to develop a multi-use route between Loch Tarff and Inverness on the South side of Loch Ness. Work has presently started on the new section of path between Loch Tarff and Knockie and we look forward eagerly to its completion.
This work has now been finished and result is the South Loch Ness Trail. Additions are now being planned to connect between Fort Augustus and Loch Tarff and from the Farigaig forest to Dores.