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Peak District Trail Running: 22 off-Road Routes for Trail & Fell Runners Paperback – 17 Nov 2014

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Product details

  • Paperback: 136 pages
  • Publisher: Vertebrate Publishing; 1st November 2014 edition (17 Nov. 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1910240141
  • ISBN-13: 978-1910240144
  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 0.9 x 17.5 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
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About the Author

Nikalas Cook escaped London 'some' years ago and moved to Chinley in the heart of the High Peak. An experienced ultra runner with the Marathon des Sables, Himalayan 100 and Arctic 6633 under his belt, Nik and his two Finnish Lapphunds Moses and Otso have logged some impressive Peak District miles. Jon Barton has been climbing, mountain biking, and trail running in the Peak District for many years. He is a regular competitor in the local summer evening fell races and no stranger to gruelling winter Sunday moorland runs to clear the excesses of a Saturday night. Jon is not to be confused with Nik, who is actually good at running, and indeed looks like he is too.


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Nice easy read.
Just need to get time to try one.
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This is an excellent little guide of trail runs in the peak district. It has both a breadth of runs, spanning distances from under an hour to a full morning or afternoon. It also has a depth of variety in terms of terrain, difficulty and location (not just the obvious spots). I really like a guide that will take me to new places.
Having said that, within 24 hours of receiving the book I went out and ran the Froggatt, Curbar White Edge run and was thrilled by the views across the peak and seeing a Stag hiding in the woods. This is terrain I know very well but it's the first time I've done this route and I was certainly inspired by the book to get out and do it.

I look forward to trying more, if not all, of these runs over the next few years.
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This is a truly excellent guide to trail and fell running in the Peak. Although Jon and Nik struggle to spell their first names, they've done a top job of not only covering a broad geographical area (White and Dark Peak) but also a nice spread of difficulty and distance. There was certainly a lot of research and local knowledge that went into this guide.

It's well written and easy to follow with altitude charts, typical time to complete, local refreshments and other stuff.

I'd say it's a great gift for any trail runner from beginner to experienced. Even fell runners who know the area might discover a few gems in here!

Buy it why not.
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Just received my copy in the last few days and haven't yet had time to 'fell test' it yet. I'm a regular fell runner and know a good deal of the Peak District quite well so it's nice to have some new routes to go out and bag. I like the way the book is organised from short/easy at the start through to longer more challenging runs as you work through the book. The maps are really clear, and the instructions seem detailed enough to explain the route without bogging you down in pages of instructions. Can't wait to get out there and try it.
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This is an excellent little guide for anyone wanting to get off the roads and run on the trails but who doesn't have the knowledge of where to go. With routes between 5 and 28 kilometres and on terrain ranging from flat, easy trails to more serious, remote fells there is something to suit runners of all fitness and experience levels.
Well set out with colour Ordnance Survey maps, photos, route information and descriptions it is very easy to read and takes the difficulty out of planning your run.
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It's a great book! Small enough to take with you on your runs and easy to read and follow. The descriptions of the routes are clear and friendly and I'm so looking forward to completing them all (one day).

It starts with the easy, flatter trail runs so it's really good for a beginner like me.

Get it, it's really inspiring.
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Love this book. Fits in my running waist pack and takes me on some fantastic runs I wouldn't have done otherwise. Instructions are clear and is so handy knowing where to park, what facilities there are and what the route will be like. Wish there were more books like this.
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Great little book with excellent photos and maps. Some good routes of all lengths covered suitable for a novice trail runner right up to a serious fell runner, covering many different areas of the Peak.
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