- 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)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 87,219 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Peak District Trail Running: 22 off-Road Routes for Trail & Fell Runners Paperback – 17 Nov 2014
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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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Top Customer Reviews
Just need to get time to try one.
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.
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.
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.
It starts with the easy, flatter trail runs so it's really good for a beginner like me.
Get it, it's really inspiring.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Disappointed. Was not expecting such a small book I'd need to bring my reading glasses to read on a run.Published 2 months ago by Ian Pickford
Great little book, good routes, some I already know but nicely set out.Published 12 months ago by The fuzzness
Only managed to do the first run so far, but the instructions were easy to follow and we had a great morning out running around Langsett resevoirPublished 15 months ago by Weasel
Well thought out guide book with a variety of runs spread around the Peak district national park. I like the fact that the maps given with each run neatly fit across two facing... Read morePublished on 4 Mar. 2015 by Zoe Barton
Great book - just wish I had more time to run all the trailsPublished on 12 Feb. 2015 by Bobbylad98