loulabell - sorry, no, my last post was about Ridgeway 85.
My memories of NDW100, which I did in 2012, seem to be very hazy .
I do remember getting lost straight after leaving the half way CP and by mile 60 more or less grinding to a halt and walking the rest of it. It was a bit touch and go about meeting the cutoffs but ended up finishing in 29+ hours, the last but one to finish.
The first half seemed to go quite well on pleasant wooded tracks and I think most of the hills, none of which were long, but there were a lot of them. On top of one of them were some giant Olympic Rings.
Chalk is very slippery when wet.
There's was a very shouty, unpleasant military type at CP 1 who I wanted to hit, which is very unlike me.
Crossing the Medway you are very high up - a good head for heights needed.
There's a dreadful section about miles 82-85 with endless steps going up and down, up and down. The final 15 miles seem to go on forever on a dusty tracks and through fields of cabbages, but eventually there it is, the finish arch.