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The Bob Graham Round or BGR is a 72 mile circuit of the Lake District taking in 42 peaks, and 28000 feet of climbing over very rough terrain. The challenge must be completed within 24 hours for you to join the Bob Graham 24 Hour Club.

Detailed information on the challenge can be found on the Bob Graham Website.
 
Russels 2012 Bob Graham 2.0
 
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Actually this was Wasdale
Kick Off in Keswick

Well, after months of training through a never ending winter it's finally here - we're assembled at the Moot Hall and the clock is ticking down the minutes to midnight, there's a good crowd to see us off, the weather is promising and I feel fit enough to sort out some unfinished business from that storm bound night in 2008.


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Dave Almonds Bob Graham 2011
 
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Moot Hall
Clockwise, Start at Midnight

What better way to spend your 31st birthday by taking in 42 Lake District Peaks in 24 hours.

Following a few supports last year, I decided to have a go at the Bob Graham Round. I picked the date because it was my birthday and didn't want a fuss with cards and all that stuff, although there was cake in good supply throughout the weekend. ...
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Andrew Cottiers Bob Graham Round, 15th July 2006, 1AM Start, Clockwise
 
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At the Moot Hall
Preamble

The Bob Graham Round or BGR. A 72 mile tour of the lake district taking in 42 of the highest peaks with 28000 feet of climb. To be completed in under 24 hours, this is probably the classic endurance challenge.

Click here for details of the physical and technical challenges invloved. ...
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A Great Day on the Fells - Russell and Julians Bob Graham Round
22nd June 1996, Clockwise, 12 Midnight Quite why Julian found the need to do three laps of the car park to warm up for ...more
 
Paul Conways Bob Graham Round
August 1991, 8.30AM, Anti Clockwise The sun is out and the sky is almost cloudless, the temperature is getting up not ...more
 
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