For those who like to run, then this may be the thing for you. The average pace is usually around 7-8km an hour, including regular breaks/halts to regroup, take photos, refreshments etc. Walking is also perfectly acceptable, especially on the big climbs.
You will need to have a good level of trail running fitness and stamina to cope with the varied terrain, ground conditions and possible adverse weather conditions that multi-day trail running of the Coast to Coast encounters. It is strongly advised for you to have completed two back-to-back long trail runs (of between 12-16miles each day) prior to this trip. You will be issued with a medical and fitness disclaimer to complete once we have processed your booking.
It is also feasible to combine some non-running days, such as through cycling, a lift in our minibus or local public transport, if you feel you need a break.
2021 Guided Run
On the 8th – 17th August, we have a guided running trip covering 192 miles over 10 days.
- Pre-start night in St Bees
- St Bees to Ennerdale Bridge – 14 miles
- Ennerdale Bridge to Grasmere – 23.5 Miles
- Grasmere to Bampton – 24 Miles
- Bampton to Kirkby Stephen – 26 Miles
- Kirkby Stephen to Keld – 12 Miles
- Keld to Richmond – 22 Miles
- Richmond to Ingleby Cross – 24 Miles
- Ingleby Cross to Blakey – 19 Miles
- Blakey to Grosmont – 13.5 Miles
- Grosmont to Robin Hoods Bay – 15.5 Miles