Monthly Archives: November 2012

I Spy Blue Sky

The deluge that affected most of the country this week made running in the Peak District an unpleasant experience. However the worst seems to be over, for now anyway, and I looked out this morning to see blue sky and … Continue reading

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I Spy Blue Sky

The deluge that affected most of the country this week made running in the Peak District an unpleasant experience. However the worst seems to be over, for now anyway, and I looked out this morning to see blue sky and … Continue reading

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Deer on the Moor

The weather in the Peak District has not been good for running this week. Strong winds and heavy rain combined with a niggling injury has seen me reduced to walking and practising my map & compass skills.  After almost a … Continue reading

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Deer on the Moor

The weather in the Peak District has not been good for running this week. Strong winds and heavy rain combined with a niggling injury has seen me reduced to walking and practising my map & compass skills.  After almost a … Continue reading

Posted in fell running, Trail Running

Bright Jewels on a Dull Day

Some days the Peak District is shrouded in low cloud or hill fog and the splendid views are replaced by a damp, dreary clag. It is harder to be inspired on these dull days, no yonder far horizon of blue … Continue reading

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Bright Jewels on a Dull Day

Some days the Peak District is shrouded in low cloud or hill fog and the splendid views are replaced by a damp, dreary clag. It is harder to be inspired on these dull days, no yonder far horizon of blue … Continue reading

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Fell Running: Frosty Morning, White Edge

A beautiful frosty morning fell run in the Peak District It was the kind of morning I love.  As the daylight increased it revealed a pale, cloud free sky as far as the horizon.  I wanted to make the most … Continue reading

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Fell Running: Frosty Morning, White Edge

A beautiful frosty morning fell run in the Peak District It was the kind of morning I love.  As the daylight increased it revealed a pale, cloud free sky as far as the horizon.  I wanted to make the most … Continue reading

Posted in fell running, Peak District, Trail Running

Fell Running: Edale Skyline

The Edale Skyline is a tough fell race covering over 20 miles of rough terrain above the Edale valley in the Peak District. Taking place early in the season it is unreliable in terms of weather conditions, some years warm and … Continue reading

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Fell Running: Edale Skyline

The Edale Skyline is a tough fell race covering over 20 miles of rough terrain above the Edale valley in the Peak District. Taking place early in the season it is unreliable in terms of weather conditions, some years warm and … Continue reading

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