Trail, fell or Mountain?

Trail running is predominantly on good paths and tracks; Mountain running is a great way to cover longer distances over the bigger hills, sometimes on paths, often over rough rocky terrain; Fell running is less dependent on paths and looks to find the quickest way between two point. All three take you off the road and up into the hills.

Hill Running with Ian WinterburnOur journeys move at a steady pace to suit the group, walking the hills, gently running the flat bit and coasting down hills. Big distances can be covered at this pace. On a private booking moving faster is an option, reccie a race route or do a leg of the Bob Graham Round. If you want to attempt a fast round on a charity walk this is the way to do it. Try Peak classics such as Edale Skyline or Mickledon Straddle. Longer trips can include such routes as the High Peak Marathon, Kinder Dozen/Killer, Dark Peak 4 County tops. For our long weekend trips, how about running some Munros?

We can offer 2, 4, 6 hours hill running or a full day depending on your requirements. Maximum Group size is usually 6 but more can be accommodated. Please get in contact for further details.

Here is a report on Face book of our latest run

Nice guided run out this morning, a route change was needed due to access restrictions but a wild run non the less. We…

Posted by Everythingoutdoors on Sunday, May 25, 2014

 

Guided Hill running