First Munro Round – 2013
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In 2013 Jamie and her partner Andy climbed every single one of the 282 Munros in Scotland in 2013, while working full-time and raising money for great causes! They took a whole year to do this and blogged about their … Read More

The Route
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CONSTANT PREP! Team EffortI have been grateful for the generosity with which Donnie Campbell has shared his record-breaking route…and thankful for a few of my girlfriends (Carrie Craig, Alex Kane & Elspeth Berry) who worked away on uploading gpx files … Read More

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JAMIE’S CHALLENGE HAS NOW FINISHED >> REVIEW TRACKING HERE

Blog
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Just a few blog articles on my adventures

Sponsor Me
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I am incredibly fortunate that several photographers have offered their support to take photos, videos and drone footage before and during the challenge, to ensure that any sponsors receive the high quality publicity deserved. Recognition of sponsors will be shared … Read More

Support Jamie
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Lego Jamie has been heavily involved in planning logistics. Armed with a baguette and a glass of wine, she and her Game of Life pals have completed the route in record time, helping to identify where there were logistics nightmares … Read More

Track Jamie LIVE!
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Jamie started 6.30am on Friday 26th May 2023 and completed her epic challenge to conquer ALL 282 munros, self-propelled, in one continuous push in just 31 days, 10 hours and 27 minutes.

The Challenge
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282 MUNROS, 3000KMS, 140,000M OF ASCENTClimbing, running, walking, cycling and kayaking! The Challenge Starts 26th May 2023I have completed two rounds of Munros. The first – in 2013 – was with my partner, Andy Taylor, when we did them all … Read More

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Who we are Our website address is: http://jamiesmunrochallenge.run. Comments When visitors leave comments on the site we collect the data shown in the comments form, and also the visitor’s IP address and browser user agent string to help spam detection. … Read More

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