Tag Archives: Peak District

Winter Morning on Higger Tor

I love fell running on mornings when the air is crisp, cold and clear. Sunrise Running When last night’s forecast promised such conditions I decided to get up early and head out into the Peak District.  By 7.30 I was … Continue reading

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Fell Running – Winter Morning

I love fell running on mornings when the air is crisp, cold and clear. When last night’s forecast promised such conditions I decided to get up early and head out into the Peak District.  By 7.30 I was enjoying a … Continue reading

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Fell Running in the Peak District

The Peak District offers superb year-round running. Crisp, spring morning sunlight, breath condensing as I run on White Edge hoping to spot the deer.  Long, blue sky summer days when I venture deep into the heart of the Dark Peak, … Continue reading

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Navigationally Challenged

The only pre-requisite for attending the Navigation Training course was to successfully find the venue. So things didn’t start well when my phone rang:… “Dave, can you tell us where to go? our Sat Nav’s taken us the wrong way!” … Continue reading

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Fell Running – In Praise of Hills

Running in the Peak District involves hills! ..and thankfully I like running up them. From the longer climbs up Lose Hill and Win Hill, the zig-zags of Ringing Rodger and the heather bound flanks of Kinder’s northern edge to the … Continue reading

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Fell Running, Short Hills

Running in the Peak District involves hills! ..and thankfully I like running up them. From the longer climbs up Lose Hill and Win Hill, the zig-zags of Ringing Rodger and the heather bound flanks of Kinder’s northern edge to the … Continue reading

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Dig Deep

Here’s a little taste of what you can expect to see on this year’s Dig Deep races! Whether you choose the full 60 miles Ultra Tour of the Peak District or just the 10k – we can’t guarantee sunshine (or … Continue reading

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View from the hill

A wintry scene – Win Hill in the Peak District during a run with Fell Running Guide

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Nicely Icy

Snow; fallen and frozen, air; calm, cold, crisp, sky; blue & high cloud. Fantastic conditions for a run on the higher ground of the Peak District. Stunning winter conditions The Hope valley was wreathed in its customary cloak, the cold … Continue reading

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Fell Running: Burbage Snow

A couple of hours of heavy snow followed by clearing skies made for an interesting fell run in the Peak District. To join me for a guided run or navigation training visit www.fellrunningguide.co.uk

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