Ten Tors Challenge

Welcome to Ten Tors 2018

Welcome to the Ten Tors 2018 web site. You can look back on Ten Tors 2017 and previous years in the archive.

Want to know where you actually went during the Ten Tors Challenge 2017? Find out here.

 

TT Secretary's Notices

Thu 19 Apr 2018 — ETHNICITY OF TEN TORS CHALLENGE PARTICIPANTS

The Army is committed to assisting the better integration of the Nation’s ethnic groups. To support this work, we are now required to measure participation of different ethnic groups in Ten Tors.

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Wed 11 Apr 2018 — Guidance on Completing Pre-Registration

This notice does not apply to the Jubilee Challenge, which will receive requests to Pre-Register direct from Exeter University Officer Training Corps.

Ten Tors Challenge Pre-Registration is now open and close at 2359hrs Tuesday 1 May 18.

Last year, Team Managers, who had pre-registered accurately, progressed through Registration significantly more quickly than those who required amendments; the main faults were team participants’ names missing and dates of birth not entered.

Please note that the information that you enter is stored securely and is not made available to you or anyone else until Registration on Fri 11 May 18.

Below, for Team Managers, is a step by step guide.

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Tue 10 Apr 2018 — Ten Tors Award Application

If Heads of Establishments (including military units) would like to nominate a member of their staff for a Ten Tors Award the closing date is the 20 April 2018. The application form is held within the Training tab under forms, cards and notices.

 

Fri 6 Apr 2018 — Annex A to Ten Tors rules - Road and River crossings

Annex A and B to the Ten Tors Rules have been replaced by a revised Annex A dated 30 Mar 18, which combines the written amplification of the Rules with 1:25,000 tiles illustrating the road and river limitations, and crossings. Team Managers should ensure that the permitted roads, road crossing and preferred paths, and River States and crossings are understood by participants.

Once routes are allocated, teams are to mark up their maps with relevant information. Team Managers must emphasise that the responsibility for team’s safety during the Challenge lies with the participants. All road use and river crossings are potentially hazardous, and teams must exercise responsibility, common sense and prudence. If any river crossing appears to be too hazardous for the least able member of the team, they should be taught to seek a safer alternative.

Link to Annex A (PDF, 8.6 MB)

 

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Headquarters South West

Event Director

Colonel A P L Dawes

Event Coordinator

Lieutenant Colonel C M J d'Apice