Running (Rough hills) 45:00  3.7 km (12:10 / km) +270m 8:55 / km
After placing the controls, the run. Up the West spur and along to the summit. Then down the south face and traverse along beneath the Spurloin cliff line (climbers will know what I refer to, for the rest, its the big slabs on the south-west of the mountain). I think it would be pretty tough as orienteering terrain across the steepest part of the face. But below the steep face there is good terrain, about a square kilometre. Given the orientshow is happening in a fifth of that area, I foresee some more mapping in retirement (retirement date being anything from 4 months to three years time depending upon matter beyond my control). It may be the only time I ever get to use traditional analog photogrammetry (left over from mapping the north of the mount). After that the temptation will be to link with the rest of the map. The east and west sides provide good connections of reasonable terrain.