Technical Series - Night Run

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Learn the essential trail running skill of running in the dark. Great for those looking to improve their technical skills, the run will see runners receive technical tips for running in the dark from a local qualified trail running guide. Come for the running tips or for the cookies at the finish.
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Where and when
Berkhamsted Railway Station, Lower Kings Rd, Berkhamsted HP4 2AJ, UK
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Races summary
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Route information
The run will be led by qualified mountain trail running guides along country trails which wind through Ashridge Forest and open fields.
This event represents a great opportunity to get out running in the dark in a safe environment with a group of like-minded runners.
It is also possible that runners may also see some wildlife, including the fallow deer local to the area as well as owls and badgers.
What's included
  • Kit Storage
  • A Lead Runner for the team, with you every step of the way
  • Instruction on head torch use and trail running technique in the dark
  • 10km of night time trail running
  • Ability to sample selection of head torches from Petzl
  • Hot refreshments and cookies at the finish
How to get there
Berkhamsted Railway Station, Lower Kings Rd, Berkhamsted HP4 2AJ, UK
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Address: Berkhamsted Railway Station, Lower Kings Road, Berkhamsted HP4 2AJ
Parking: There is free parking available on White Hill and New Road, next to Berkhamsted Castle.
Train: Berkhamsted is served by regular trains to and from London Euston, Milton Keynes Central, and Clapham Junction.
Event day logistics
19:00 Event start
21:30 Return to Berkhamsted Station
Please arrive at least 45 minutes before the scheduled start time.
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Spectator Info
Whilst this event isn't suitable for spectators, please feel free to wait for your loved ones at the finish line, or see them off at the start.
Kit List
Mandatory Kit List
Covid-19 Safety
  • Face mask
  • Hand sanitiser
  • Wicking top and shorts or leggings
  • Socks (eg: Injinji)
  • Trail running shoes (sufficient tread)
Weather Dependent Items
  • Lightweight waterproof jacket
  • Sun hat / cap
  • Warm hat and gloves
  • Fully Charged Mobile Phone including the numbers for the Lead Runners, Event Director as well as appropriate emergency services (charge before use and make sure it's in a waterproof case or bag)
  • Lightweight, comfortable running pack (max 12 litres)
  • Water Bottles
  • Snacks to sustain you for the planned route
  • Waterproof bags / dry bags to keep stuff dry
  • Whistle (normally found attached to your bag)
  • Personal first aid kit (eg: blister packs, sunscreen, inhaler etc)
Please note: Kit will not be checked on the day, but it is highly recommended you bring these items for your safety.
When does the Technical Series - Night Run 10K start?
The race will start at 7pm at the Berkhamsted Train Station
How long will the run take?
The run will last around 2.5 hours.
Will I be able to keep up?
Runners will be grouped with others of a similar ability. However you will need to have run at least 10km in the past.
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