What’s in the Bag?

Winter conditions can be fantastic for fell running in the Peak District.

But with cold winds and snow & ice on the hills, the remote fells can be inhospitable places, surely not the best place to run?  However with a little skill and knowledge and some sensible precautions there really is no reason not to continue training on the fells and enjoy some fantastic winter landscapes.

Winter fell running

Here I talk you through some of the extra things I take with me on a remote winter run.  These are in addition to hat, gloves, wind/waterproofs and food for the run.

Hope this helps you stay safe on the hills.  Happy running!

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About fellrunningguide

Dave Taylor, fell runner and coach. 2015 English Fell Running Champion (V50). I work as Fell Running Guide - offering coaching, guided fell / trail runs and navigation training. www.fellrunningguide.co.uk
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5 Responses to What’s in the Bag?

  1. Excellent video mate, very informative. :)(How do you get you blog entries to pop out when someone clicks on them to read by the way?)

  2. Thanks, glad you liked it.No idea on the technical question – I guess it's something in the template, I haven't purposely done it!

  3. sbrt says:

    Nice one! The only other thing I take is a small 1st aid kit and of course, a camera.

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