Winter 10k Build-Up Series - May
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Build up your trail running stamina in this 8k guided run through the Chiltern Hills. Perfect for runners new to trail running, or runners looking for something a little different. Come to learn a few tips and tricks from the run leaders as you run past beautiful scenery.
Sun 9th May 2021
Berkhamsted, United Kingdom
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The event experience
5 to 20m elevation gain per km
Where and when
Ashridge House, Berkhamsted HP4 1NS, UK
Sun 9th May 2021
The second in the Winter Build-Up series, this event takes runners across a beautiful guided 8k trail. The run takes you through stunning woodlands, open ridge-lines of the Chiltern Hills, and is the perfect opportunities to learn trail running techniques.
The event is designed for those who are trying to build up to a 10k trail run, or even those just looking to get out there and run this spring.
There will be 2 paces for runners, 5-7km and 8-11km an hour on the flat or road, your pace will determine the group the organiser places you in. The event is inclusive to new runners and also those who are regularly out on the trails.
- Experienced run leader
- Free parking
- Toilets on-site
- Bag drop
How to get there
Ashridge House, Berkhamsted HP4 1NS, UKGet full directions
Ashridge House is just 40 minutes North West of London with train links from Euston. The nearest train stations are Tring and Berkhamsted where there are taxi ranks available.
There is an on-site free car park.
Event day logistics
08:30 Registration closes
08:45 Race starts
10:30 Event ends (approximately)
Exact start times will be confirmed by the event organiser.
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Since 2013, Run the Wild has been dedicated to delivering incredible trail running adventures in the UK and European Alps. Trail running is the ultimate pursuit of freedom, of feeling alive and it's something we are really passionate about! There’s nothing that compares to the feeling of running along mountain paths and for a moment leaving behind your busy life. Start YOUR amazing journey with Run the Wild! The company was founded to bring this experience of running trails in the wild; free of the usual race and logistical burdens, to you. We love exploring places, not just running races. We love meeting people and having an adventure together. We like races too, but this is where our heart really lies and if we can help you have more fun running trails; whether to see the sun rise over Mt Blanc as you climb up over a mountain pass, or indeed to check out a future race route then we will be happy! Join us running off into the unknown, the path flowing underneath your feet, snow capped mountains glinting in the sun, clouds melting away in the valleys far below. Setting your heart and mind free... Exploring places... not running races. This is what it feels like to be alive! “The mountains are calling and I must go.” John Muir, Meet the team.
- Face mask
- Hand sanitiser
- Wicking top and shorts or leggings
- Socks (eg: Injinji)
- Trail running shoes (sufficient tread)
Weather Dependant 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 / Bladder
- 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: there won't be any kit checks on the day but it is highly recommended you being these items.
What do I need to bring to the Winter 10k Build-Up Series - May?
Trail shoes and a face mask (to help prevent the spread of COVID) are necessities for this event. A sweat-wicking top and shorts or leggings are perfect. Weather permitting, you will also need to bring a lightweight waterproof jacket, cap, warm hat and gloves. You'll need to carry your mobile phone in case you get lost. A running backpack, water bottles, nutrition, whistle, personal first aid kit.
What run paces does the Winter 10k Build-Up Series - May cater for?
Runners should be able to run either 5-7km and 8-11km an hour on the flat or road. Based on your running pace, the event organiser will group you into different paces.
Should I sign up for the Winter 10k Build-Up Series - May if I've never run a trail run before?
This event is designed for beginners looking to learn and improve their running skills. All abilities are welcome, but it's definitely recommended you've run at least a 5k before.
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