ultra trail training weekends are based in the English
Lake District in Cumbria, as there are hundreds of kilometers
of trails to choose from, and a huge variety of terrain
to run on. We offer a great balance of running, coaching,
runners navigation, race event strategy advice, preparation
and top tips.
instructor ratio for these weekend events is 1:8, which
offers exceptional value and contact, so you are looked
after, and get the most out of the weekend. We cap numbers at 8 maximum on any course date.
Move quick for spaces!
designed these courses to provide you the confidence
and pre-requisite skills, to have a good chance to finish
your first ultra race. Skills covered include; runners
navigation, pace planning, night running, nutrition
and hydration. You also have the opportunity to run
in a mock running event on the Sunday.
at 09:00. Day of ultra trail skills and techniques
training, race planning, pacing and efficiency.
There's also a night navigation training session
in the evening. The key focus of the day is to teach you how to move more efficiently on mountainous terrain, through a mixture of biomechanics and skills.
then set off for your second day of ultra trail
running, on a longer mountain run. This aims
to use all the elements you have learnt. During the day, you'll be running on a route you planned on the higher fells, and will share in the navigation on the route too! We aim
to finish by 15:30.
the full itinerary of this course on the
main website, please click
Course Dates Ultra-trail weekend
No Dates Available
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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full days running guiding, 1:8 max ratio
2 days holiday in total, Sunday-Saturday
Course Inclusions: 1) UIMLA guide for two
days, 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.
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)