Not a lot to say about this walk really, except it is getting really difficult to name them. I am going to have to go with the slightly dull, but nevertheless alliterative, Mountnessing March.
The actual route is based on Brentwood Council’s 6.5 mile long Ingatestone & Mountessing Countryside Walk . As I am trying to avoid driving to walks, mine is extended so I can start and finish at home, but technically, the start is at Ingatestone Hall, which has ample parking.
Unfortunately my new Brashers didn’t get a maiden voyage this week. Having run out of ideas of how to clean the centimetre deep Donington mud from my Merrells, I decided to see if I could walk them clean. This wasn’t entirely unsuccessful, and I now feel confident that I won’t have to burn them any time soon.
On a mildly nerdy note, I used Runtastic to record the walk which shows each kilometre marker and gives a table of how quickly I walked them. I haven’t forsaken my Memory Map device, but with very little charge I thought I would use my phone instead.
|Distance||Speed||Elevation Gain||Elevation Loss|
|1.0 km||5.74 km/h||–||11 m|
|2.0 km||5.59 km/h||10 m||9 m|
|3.0 km||5.94 km/h||16 m||–|
|4.0 km||6.70 km/h||–||18 m|
|5.0 km||6.40 km/h||14 m||16 m|
|6.0 km||6.62 km/h||–||10 m|
|7.0 km||6.54 km/h||5 m||6 m|
|8.0 km||6.63 km/h||–||7 m|
|9.0 km||6.97 km/h||19 m||–|
|10.0 km||6.56 km/h||9 m|
10.1 miles / 16.18km