Ten Tors challenge ends in Dartmoor sunshine

Ten Tors
Image caption The weather has been good for this year's challenge

The 400 teams taking part in this years Ten Tors challenge have finished the event.

About 2,400 teenagers trekked unaided across Dartmoor over Saturday and Sunday in the annual expedition.

It is not a race, but the first team across the line was from Sidmouth College in Devon, at 08:30 on Sunday.

Participants are largely from the South West and visit 10 nominated peaks over the two days in teams of six.

Image caption Participants had to carry everything they needed to spend a night on Dartmoor
Image caption The teams have to complete the challenge without the help of adults - special hats optional
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Image caption The teams navigate using maps and compasses
Image caption Teams take part in courses that are 35, 45 or 55 miles long
Image caption The event is organised by the Army which set the groups on their way at 07:00 on Saturday
Image caption Teams had to visit 10 nominated checkpoints
Image caption The team from Sidmouth College was the first across the line

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