Monthly Archives: October 2012

Grey Skies to Blue

Running in the Peak District on autumn mornings often means setting off in damp grey conditions.  The colder nights combined with the still relatively warm ground can lead to early morning mist and fog, especially in the valleys.  However if … Continue reading

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Fell Running: Grey Skies to Blue

Peak District Running Running in the Peak District on autumn mornings often means setting off in damp grey conditions.   The colder nights combined with the still relatively warm ground can lead to early morning mist and fog, especially in … Continue reading

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Lake District fell running

I do most of my running in the Peak District but I also get to other lovely areas of the country.  I was recently in the Lake District preparing for a race and enjoyed a fine day in the hills … Continue reading

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Lake District Run

I do most of my running in the Peak District but I also get to other lovely areas of the country.  I was recently in the Lake District preparing for a race and enjoyed a fine day in the hills … Continue reading

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Peak District Twilight Run

With the light fading at the end of a sunny autumn day, I set out for a quick run in the Peak District.  By the time I got to the car park at Surprise View above Hathersage the sun was … Continue reading

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Peak District Twilight Run

Peak District Running With the light fading at the end of a sunny autumn day, I set out for a quick run in the Peak District.  By the time I got to the car park at Surprise View above Hathersage … Continue reading

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Headtorch Review

Review of LED Lenser & Fenix H11 torches coming soon!

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Fell Running on Big Moor

Peak District Running Peak District running doesn’t have to include steep hills. Areas such as the Burbage Valley, the gritstone edges of Stanage, Froggatt, Curbar and the Derwent & Howden Reservoirs offer popular locations and fantastic scenery for the runner. … Continue reading

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Night Run on Houndkirk

The nights are drawing in but recent good weather has given a great opportunity for evening running in wonderful conditions. Twilight running Grabbing the opportunity to squeeze in a late evening run I picked up my mate Matt and headed … Continue reading

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You Win, You Lose, You Win Again

The Peak District, despite it’s name, doesn’t have the high mountains of the Lakes, Wales or Scotland and so doesn’t give the opportunity to run constantly uphill for much more than 300 metres (1000ft).  But if you know where to … Continue reading

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