Salomon Trail Running Festival - Peak District

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Pete R
"That was a great day out. It was really good to be able to try out a couple of..."
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Distances in this event

  1. 20km timed run

    Run 20km
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  2. 10km timed run

    Run 10km
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  3. 50km ultra timed run

    Run 50km
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  4. Spectator (up to 4 per paid entry)

    Run 4km
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Event details

  • Hilly
  • Mountainous
  • Mixed
  • Trails

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2019 sees the Salomon Trail Running Festival expanding to add a brand new location. This year, we will hold an additional event in Edale; in the heart of the Peak District National Park and with direct access to the Pennines way, Edale is an excellent starting place for some of the Peak Districts best trails.

What’s Included

Practical trail workshops*?

Talks on trail running techniques, where to run, communities, kit, nutrition and fitness

Yoga sessions

A timed run with a choice of 10km starting at 5:30pm or 20 km starting at 4:30pm (please note timings could be subject to change)

A Mini Trail: a fun shorter trail run for children under 14

Demo pool of trail running kit: an opportunity to trial Salomon shoes, hydration packs and Suunto watches

Food and drink vendors on site

Raceday Logistics

Start Times:

Festival opens from 8am

Ultra Race start time is 9am

Kit List

One of the most important pieces of kit a trail runner will need to consider is their shoes. Trail running requires a specific trail shoe that can grip to the terrain and provide traction to help you move more sure-footedly over dirt, mud, roots and gravel with the necessary stability. Trail shoes provide protection around the toe area and on the sole of the shoe meaning that runners are shielded from uneven terrain, branches and rocks, the durable upper materials withstand abrasion and tears.

Trail running is all about making sure you're comfortable with whatever the weather conditions and terrain throw at you. The best bet is to come with a variety of gear and make an educated choice on the day.


We welcome all supporters. At each festival there will be an event village where people can find out more about trail running, enjoy food or drink and watch the participants run or get involved in a workshop. Your supporters can enter the festival free of charge.


If you do have any other questions or are interested in volunteering then please get in touch - [email protected]


How much training do I need to do?

Check out the training pages on the Salomon Trail Festival website for guidance on preparation and training for the event.

Where can I see the route?

Each run route will be released six weeks before the event and available via the event page.

Can I get a refund if I cannot make the festival?

Refunds are available, but only 30 days prior to the event. These must be requested via your Eventbrite account.

Salomon Trail Running Festival - Peak District weather forecast

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Salomon Trail Running Festival - Peak District reviews

5 out of 5 stars

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  • Did the 10km timed run in 2019

    That was a great day out. It was really good to be able to try out a couple of pairs of Salomon shoes and got some useful tips on using my Suunto watch and trail running. The timed run course was good but tough - I think it was right to not have it as a race. The food and coffee was excellent too.

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