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284 Munros in 42 days


#1

I have just come across this website http://www.munros.de It describes the target of a German hill runner who is hoping to set a new record; bagging all the Scottish Munros in 42 days. As far as I can tell the site is in the German language only, but there are some google-type maps so that it will be possible for everyone to follow the progress of the record attempt.
Somehow, I don’t think he will carry any radio equipment with him, Pity !
Wish him luck.
73 de Ken - GM0AXY


#2

In reply to GM0AXY:

Well, I wish him the best of British - but I bet he doesn’t succeed!

73

Brian G8ADD


#3

In reply to G8ADD:

You’ve forgotten about the helicopter Brian! Only the final ascent needs to be on foot :wink:

73, Gerald


#4

In reply to G4OIG:

In that case lets get him through his M3 (sorry, M6!) fast!

73

Brian G8ADD


#5

In reply to G8ADD:
In that case lets get him through his M3 (sorry, M6!) fast!

Brian he will be Scotland so his call-sign would be === mm3 or mm6,

Just a quickie on m6 call-signs, wonder who wants this call-sign

mi6kgb, only a thought.

Steve m0sgb


#6

Just a quickie on m6 call-signs, wonder who wants this call-sign

Steve m0sgb

Yes please : M6SAS :slight_smile:

Peter


#7

In reply to G8ADD:
[In that case lets get him through his M3 (sorry, M6!) fast!]

In my recent experience of driving between Brum and the GM border the characters ‘M6’ and the word ‘fast’ don’t play happily together (!)

73 Cris
GM4FAM


#8

In reply to M0SGB:

M6CAR might be popular.