Run 1670 (Sunday 6th December 2009)
Hare: Black Mamba
Photographers: Mad Dog & Prickly Bush
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- T H E T R A I L -
The lat/lon coordinates of the starting point
& circle: 38° 5'10.69"N, 23°51'55.27"E
Altitude: 732 metres above sea level
cartographic Length = 6.62 km
Signpost to the Saint Pandeleimon monastery on Mount Pendeli
(pande = always & leimon = charitable)
An order of charitable monks.
The Monastery (from 1.2 km)
The trail (from 3 km)
The trail (from 13km)
Altitude (or elevation) profile of the trail
- B E F O R E T H E R U N -
Black Mamba the hare
GM Mad Dog
Run 1670 Hashers
- T H E R U N -
The runners are away (going up the path shown on the first satellite picture)
The hare stands by his check
Panoramic view looking back.
Notice the Walkers and behind them the Monastery on the right
Absolut and Neil
On Up into the clouds
Interesting rock formation
Telephoto (zoomed) view of the monastery
Misty, damp & windy!
A large antenna array in the mist
Returning from a falsie at the large white cross and small chapel.
Going down the other side of the mountain.
Dionysos below and Marathon Lake in the distance.
The sea can been seen in the distance.
A chapel on the mountainside.
Black Mamba poses with Barbara.
Mad Dog having a bad hair day (the windswept look)
Zak follows Mountain Goat through the bushes
The hashers follow a path up through more prickly gorse bushes
Another Panoramic view
Up through more bushes.
Black Mamba & Mountain Goat look down in amusement.
Notice the runners on the right.
Mountain Goat nimbly climbs over the rocks.
Comin' round the mountain!
More scratchy shiggy.
A narrow path
Now for some jolly puddles...
This looks fun
Panoramic view with Mount Immitos in the distance:
Heading back towards the monastery.
Absolut, Neil and Black Mamba wet and weary
Back at the monastery - the walkers have been enjoying the monk's hospitality & stuffing themselves with cakes.
Barbara and Mad Dog sort out the world
- T H E C I R C L E -
The hare's DIO
Kum Kwik and ....
Barbara fly for Mad Dog and Black Mamba
After the short circle the hashers start to leave (cold & wet but well exercised).
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