IGC file is at www.soaring.eclipse.co.uk/data/myigcfiles/3000km.igc
I only modified the task to change the launch from aerotow to winch. The rest was as per the original. ( 3000k off a winch launch
According to SeeYou I spent about 35% of the time flying straight in rising air and over 60% in sinking air. In the entire 14.5 hours I only spent 16 minutes circling. This was usually on one of the large, almost vertical faces peaks on the north side of the northern valley. The most reliable wave was in the northern valley. Most of the flight was between 2500 and 4000m. I got over 4400m about 5 times but only for short periods, generally I'd say climbing that high was a waste of time.
I suffered quite badly from the 'mouse look bug' with the glider being thrown violently in pitch or roll perhaps 25 or 30 times during the entire flight. Not fun whan you are doing around 240 and worried about getting into flutter territory.
I did flutter 4 times but managed keep the wings on