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Run in the English Lake District with a Cicerone guidebook

Cover of Trail and Fell Running in the Lake District
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13 Apr 2017
ISBN
9781852848804
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First
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17.2 x 11.6 x 1.4cm
Weight
270g
Pages
240
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Trail and Fell Running in the Lake District

40 routes in the National Park including classic routes

by Kingsley Jones
Book published by Cicerone Press

Guide to 40 of the best trail, fell and skyrunning routes in the Lake District, including Helvellyn skyline and Scafell Pike direct. Highlights include recces of Cumbria's best ultra and fell race routes including the Langdale Horseshoe and Borrowdale. Includes info on the history of fell running, races and adapting for the fells.

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Description

  • Activities
    trail and fell runing, skyrunning
  • Seasons
    These trail and fell runs can be tackled throughout the year, though the most popular season is from Spring through to Autumn.
  • Centres
    Ambleside, Windermere, Coniston, Eskdale, Borrowdale, Keswick, Buttermere, Dockray, Glenridding, Threlkeld and Rosthwaite.
  • Difficulty
    Each route has been carefully graded to indicate the style of running terrain, from wide trails, to single track, or technical skyrunning. This ensures you select a route that suits your experience and aspirations. In addition to the technical grade, distance, height gain / loss, and timings are provided.
  • Must See
    Explore some of the classic mountain running regions around the Lake District, the birthplace of fell running. Highlights include the routes of some of the most famous fell races in the national park including Langdale Horseshoe and Borrowdale fell races.
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Contents

Contents
Introduction
Mountain running in the Lake District
Bases for a trail and fell running holiday
Travelling to the Lake District
Travelling around the Lake District
Weather and forecasts
Maps
Safety and mountain rescue
Mountain environment
Local economy
What’s the difference between trail and fell running?
Trail and fell running kit
Adapting to the fells
Mountain skills
Navigation
Using this guide
South-East Lakes
Route 1 Loughrigg Fell circuit
Route 2 Wansfell and Troutbeck
Route 3 Fairfield Horseshoe
Route 4 Stony Cove circuit
Route 5 Kentmere skyline
Route 6 Windermere and Kentmere
Route 7 Easedale and Blea Rigg
Route 8 Grizedale Forest
Route 9 Black Crag and Tarn Hows
Route 10 Claife Heights
South-West Lakes
Route 11 Old Man of Coniston
Route 12 Langdale Horseshoe
Route 13 Three Shires loop
Route 14 Boot and Scafell
Route 15 Duddon Valley
Route 16 Scafell Pike
Route 17 Torver and Walna Scar
Route 18 Coppermines Valley
Route 19 Langstrath loop
Route 20 Tilberthwaite loop
North-West Lakes
Route 21 Buttermere and High Stile
Route 22 Catbells and High Spy
Route 23 Black Sail and Pillar
Route 24 Tour of Kirk Fell
Route 25 Mellbreak and Crummock
Route 26 Coledale Horseshoe
Route 27 Buttermere Sailbeck loop
Route 28 Borrowdale loop
Route 29 Walla Crag and Castlerigg
Route 30 Skiddaw
North-East Lakes
Route 31 Blencathra loop
Route 32 Dockray coach road
Route 33 Gowbarrow loop
Route 34 Askham and Patterdale
Route 35 Martindale circuit
Route 36 Patterdale loop
Route 37 High Street
Route 38 Helvellyn skyline
Route 39 Helvellyn tour
Route 40 Pinnacle Ridge skyrunning
 
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