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I’m Running Up That (Win) Hill

One of my favourite runs in the Peak District is the trail run from Ladybower Reservoir to the top of Win Hill. It rises 280 metres in just over 3km on good terrain.  It is never too steep to force … Continue reading

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Spring, Sun and Snow

Fell Running in the Peak District has been difficult of late. But this weekend Spring showed her long awaited face and warmth returned.  Blue skies, sunshine and a respite from the nagging, bone chilling easterly wind that we have endured … Continue reading

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Return of the Sun

A ridge of high pressure extended a friendly finger across the UK making running in the Peak District a pleasure once more. The drab, grey skies were replaced by blue and a bright sun enticed me to take to the … 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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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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