As the organisers, Tunbridge Wells Harriers running club describe the roughly 10 mile course:
"The course, our toughest, remains the same as last year - the New Gully leads the descent to the biggest of the three lakes; the beautiful second lake sits serenely at the foot of the first long climb which leads you to the infamous Cheeky's Bog; rewarded soon after by Water Station 1 and the restorative freewheeling down Heavenly Hill; open grassland takes you straight into the Lost Wood (with stream crossing) to emerge at the base of the climb to the stunning location of Coronation Clump via the back-bending access to Watership Up!; take another gulp of water here and a deep breath before your descent to the Tomb of the Unknown Harrier and the Leap of Death before the long (and we mean long!) climb to the delightful 'damsel-in-distress' tower at Saxonbury 659 (the highest point) and more refreshment; down to the Wood Yard and out into the open once again you pass Bee House en route to Howey's Hollows for a roller-coaster ride through woodland and maybe the odd 'damp patch'; now on the perimeter deer-fence you face perhaps the biggest challenge - up Deeply Steep (expletives deleted!); but hey, our final water squad are there at the top for encouragement and jelly babies to send you on your long way down, down the Slippery Slope which continues on to Lake Magical and finally the boundary fence of Eridge Cricket Ground to the finish!"
The bonus news is that completion not only resulted in another fulfilled 60at60 , it also gave access to other favourite 60at60's cake and ale!
Completed with adventure daughter in the viewing the scenery influenced time of 2hr 22 min. Deeply Steep was steep and err deeply? Inclusion of an ambulance in the picture is purely coincidental!