Intro Trail & Fell Running 2021

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These weekends are open to anyone, but we suggest that you will get the most out of them if you are happy running up to 10km, or even a half marathon. If you are in any doubt as to if they will suit, then get in touch to get advice from one of the coaches.

As well as enjoying a great weekend of fell and trail running, we aim to teach you the key safety skills for route planning and mountain running, with a focus put on the selection of appropriate equipment and how to develop your training plans for trail running.

Don't worry if you have never run on mountain trails before, as you will pick up the skills quickly with expert coaching and guidance. All you need is to be fit for regular running, to have a sense of humour, and to love the outdoors. We will teach you all the skills you need.
Sat Meet at 09:00. Day of trail and fell running. You are coached on pacing techniques for fell running, techniques for moving on different terrain, descent skills, and running navigation.
Sun Briefing, then set off for your second day of fell running. We normally aim to focus on a shorter but more technical route, so that you can finish by 15:00.
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Course Dates
Intro Fell Running
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Course spaces

The numbers in brackets next to each course date indicate the remaining spaces. Please contact us of you require more spaces, as often we can release extra places, subject to availability.
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Price: £99 Book online
2 full days running guiding, 1:8 max ratio
2 days holiday in total, Sunday-Saturday
Standard Course Inclusions: 1) Qualified guide for two days running, 2) Lake District course hosts for logistics & briefings, 3) Pre course information booklet, 4) Equipment discount voucher for UK shops, 5) Road transport in Lake District to running venues each day, 6) Provision of group safety equipment by the leader.
Exclusions: 1) Travel to & from the national park for the weekend, 2) Equipment hire such as poles or waterproofs, 3) Bar / food bills & tips, laundry, telephone calls, 4) Accommodation.

Notes: The scheduled course requires a minimum number of 3 people, and there are a maximum of 8 people per guide. If you would like a private trip on a date of your choice, please get in contact.

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