Dartmoor Trail and Fell Running

BY: Colin Kirk-Potter
ISBN: 978-1-906095-84-0
EDITION: first
FORMAT: paperback; 184 pages; 240x170; colour maps and photos
AVAILABILITY: coming soon


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Dartmoor Trail and Fell Running, outlines some of the best trail and fell running routes the national park has to offer. Whether it be climbing over the rugged, northern 600m tors, or tearing along an 18th century leat from a Napoleonic prison, this off-road running guide has options to suit all tastes and abilities.
Its aim is to highlight the best of what Dartmoor has to offer for the runner. Whether you are an experienced, weather-beaten trail warrior looking to explore a set of different trails, or a lean, mean road running machine keen to mix it up and add a bit of trail work to your training.
The routes included in this guide are not by any means the limit. Indeed, there is an abundance of other routes available, but understanding where to run is often a barrier. This book is just your starting point.

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Colin Kirk-Potter is the director of Run Venture Ltd, a running shop and café on the western fringes of Dartmoor, and regularly uses his skills as a qualified Mountain Leader and coach to guide runners across the national park. He has an in-depth knowledge of Dartmoor as a runner, walker and as a former Royal Marine (the moor being a favourite training ground upon which to train the elite, combat troops). He has completed many of the top fell races, including: the self-navigating, UK Mountain Trail in the Lake District, two Bob Graham rounds, the 105 mile Ultra Trail du Mont Blanc in Europe, and numerous mountain marathons which involve running and navigating in remote areas over two days. This is his first book, although he has written for local publications and national running magazines.


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