Around 2,000 teenagers have completed the Ten Tors challenge on Dartmoor. Four hundred teams attempted to hike either 35, 45 or 55 miles across the national park in the annual event organised by the army.
Clare Forestier joined them.
230 students taken off Dartmoor for "minor injuries". Organisers say they were prepared for more incidents due to the poor weather.
Almost 3 thousand young people are on Dartmoor this evening - pushing themselves to their limits - as this weekend they compete in Ten Tors Challenge. The event takes place ever year - but organiser say for 2014 it's got even harder.
A further 300 teenagers with disabilities are joining them for the jubilee challenge. Clare Forestier reports...
A limited park and ride service will be operating from Okehampton College tomorrow as car parks are saturated on Dartmoor for the Ten Tors challenge.
"Due to further heavy rain falling over the course of today onto already saturated ground, the car parks in Okehampton Camp are increasingly impassable to all but the most robust 4X4 vehicles. Therefore, the successful but limited park and ride facility operated from Okehampton College today will be repeated on Sunday. There will be some limited car parking at the camp.
– ARMY STATEMENT
It must be stressed that 2 wheel-drive and small 4X4s will struggle with mobility. Traffic control will be coordinated in the town. Again, car share system for either park and ride or limited on site parking must be employed. This worked very well this morning and your further patience is greatly appreciated."
More than 50 students have dropped out of the Ten Tors challenge on Dartmoor due to injury.
#Tentors update: 53 fall outs, just the usual sprains & strains. Raining off and on and pretty windy. It's called a challenge for a reason.
This year the Ten Tors route has been changed so that the teams stay away from fast-flowing rivers. Lieutenant Colonel Neville Holmes says the route is still very tough.
A few students have had to be flown off Dartmoor by RAF helicopters for injuries such as twisted ankles.
Speaking to ITV West Country at the start of the day Katie Squirrel from Holden Hill Walkers says she's looking forward to the challenge...