Monthly Archives: December 2012

Hill Forts and Limestone Ravines

It was a dull, damp and dreary morning in the Peak District – not at all inspiring for running in the hills. Cloud capped Peak District hills With the air in the valley full of fine drizzle and the higher … Continue reading

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Hill Forts and Limestone Ravines

It was a dull, damp and dreary morning in the Peak District – not at all inspiring for running in the hills. Cloud capped Peak District hills With the air in the valley full of fine drizzle and the higher … Continue reading

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Howden Reflections

Not a breath of wind disturbed the surface of Howden Reservoir. Reflections on Howden Reservoir The air was cold and still, the glassy water mirroring the trees and hills on either bank, the sky a pale blue showing through the milk of … Continue reading

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Howden Reflections

Not a breath of wind disturbed the surface of Howden Reservoir. Reflections on Howden Reservoir The air was cold and still, the glassy water mirroring the trees and hills on either bank, the sky a pale blue showing through the milk of … Continue reading

Posted in fell running, Peak District, Trail Running

Winter Coming

The high moors of the Peak District have had their first dusting of snow. Winter comes to the Peak District And with a cold, crisp winter’s day giving an ideal opportunity for a run I decided to visit some less … Continue reading

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Winter Coming

The high moors of the Peak District have had their first dusting of snow. Winter comes to the Peak District And with a cold, crisp winter’s day giving an ideal opportunity for a run I decided to visit some less … Continue reading

Posted in fell running | 4 Comments