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Guided Trail Run - A Scenic and Sociable 10 Miles - Sunday 1 September

Guided Trail Run - A Scenic and Sociable 10 Miles - Sunday 1 September

Distance: 10 miles / 17km

The run: Join us for this steadily paced circular run from Bakewell to discover the area, or challenge yourself to a new distance. The emphasis for this run is to enjoy the beautiful scenery of the White Peak, building confidence and having a lovely run; we are not worried about speed. There are two slightly longer hills but don’t worry, walking up is championed! Our rest point (slightly under half way) will be the stunning grounds of Chatsworth House, where is the chance to see deer in the parkland. For more info contact Kate.Wilson@peakdistrict.gov.uk

Previous experience: Be able to run a 10k in about 1hr to 1hr-15mins. (We’ll be running between 10 to 12 min miles) Have run off road on muddy/uneven ground a few times.

Kit Recommended: 
- Off-road running shoes
- Running clothes suitable for the weather
- Extra warm layer for emergencies
- Waterproof jacket 
- Waterproof trousers
- Hat (warm or sun) and gloves 
- Water 
- Snacks 
- Money 
- Small back pack or bum-bag to carry items mentioned above

Event Grade: Moderate - moderate walks/runs on ground with sometimes rough and uneven terrain and gradients.

Start Time: 10.00am  Finish Time: 2.00pm

Meeting Point: Aldern House, Bakewell.  

Grid Reference: SK 2197 6949  Post Code: DE45 1AE  What3Words: laugh.topples.sampled

Parking: Parking at the National Park Office, use rear entrance (barrier will be opened upon arrival)

Dogs: Dogs on leads allowed.

Cost: £10 per person aged 18 and above. Children aged 17 and below go free on any suitable event.

Click the date in the calendar to see how many places are available and to book on.