Information for Runners:
Fitness Level / Running Ability
You will not find us racing around any of our routes. If you are comfortable running 8-10Km in around 80 minutes then you will be more than capable of joining us on one of our breaks. Generally our longest routes are around 8 miles so although you might find yourself taking on a new challenge distance wise, you'll certainly be able to keep up. Be prepared to walk the hills, stop for refreshments and lots of photo opportunities
For your own safety and comfort we recommend you bring the following kit:
Covid 19 safety:
Face mask/shield (to be worn indoors if required)
Running Bra (Male running bra optional )
Trail running shoes
Lightweight Waterproof Jacket (weather dependant)
Sun hat/visor/cap (weather dependant)
Sunglasses (weather dependant)
Warm hat, Gloves, Buff (weather dependant)
Fully charged mobile phone
Comfortable running pack/rucksack/bum bag
Head torch (Autumn/Winter only)
Breakfast is included on all of our breaks.
Lunch and evening meals are not included (unless specified) but can be arranged (extra charges apply)
An en-route refreshment stop will be set up, where possible, this will be advised in your itinerary. Please carry any snacks/water with you to keep you energised/hydrated during run.
Please advise us of any special dietry requirements.
Room sharing basis will very from trip to trip. Please check details of your booking.
If required, single occupancy can be arranged at some of our locations at an additional supplement.
Our friendly running guides are fully qualified leaders in run fitness (LiRF) with England Athletics. They will plan and guide your route for you and will aim to make your experience as fun and enjoyable as possible.
We always aim to complete the planned routes however these are subject to change.