Monthly Archives: March 2013

Winter Lingers

A year ago I sat in the sun on Grindslow Knoll, marshalling on the Edale Skyline fell race. This year I had planned on doing the race and was looking forwards to a gruelling 20 odd miles of running, however … Continue reading

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Fell Runners Association Navigation Course

The Fell Runners Association holds two navigation courses every year. The Spring course from Kettlewell YHA in the Yorkshire Dales is sometimes held in warm sunshine… but not this year – winter returned! The aim of the course is to … Continue reading

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New Site

Dear readers. Future posts will be made on my website http://www.fellrunningguide.co.uk/blog/ Please follow me there.  Regards, Dave – Fell Running Guide.

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Navigating when it’s Grim

Teaching navigation skills in bad weather is a good thing… …and the last week has been particularly “grim”.  Cold, windy days with the Peak District hills hidden away under a heavy blanket of low cloud.  Normally, running in these conditions … Continue reading

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Navigating when it’s Grim

Teaching navigation skills in bad weather is a good thing… …and the last week has been particularly “grim”.  Cold, windy days with the Peak District hills hidden away under a heavy blanket of low cloud.  Normally, running in these conditions … Continue reading

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