Scottish Trail Running – 2nd Edition

70 great runs

(1 customer review)
BY: Susie Allison
ISBN: 978-1-906095-62-8
EDITION: second
PUBLICATION DATE: 16 November 2017
FORMAT: 336 pages, colour, paperback, section sewn


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Trail running for everyone, close to town & far afield.

70 routes for the off-road runner: these tried and tested paths and tracks cover the whole of Scotland, including the islands.

This guide takes runners on a journey of discovery that starts in suburbia and crosses every kind of runnable terrain to reach remote glens and far-flung islands. Short, simple circuits close to town will suit beginners while ultra marathons through Scotland’s wildest mountains will test even the most experienced runner. The runs are graded to help progressive development of the skills and confidence needed to tackle more challenging routes.

New in the fully revised 2nd Edition:

• All routes checked and updated

• Maps and profiles updated where affected

• Improved descriptions

• 68 new photos

• Electric Vehicle charging points now included

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Susie Allison

Susie Allison lives and works in Glasgow, Scotland, and has explored the wild parts of this spectacular country in all its moods and seasons. A keen wilderness runner, skier and mountaineer she hopes to demonstrate that, with a bit of practice, these wonderful places are accessible to all determined runners. A PhD physicist, Susie now works in technology commercialisation in the energy industry and has an eye for a challenge. Writing a book to cover trail running across the whole of Scotland easily satisfied this simple criteria. She hopes you find this book useful and a source of inspiration.

1 review for Scottish Trail Running – 2nd Edition

  1. Mark Rainsley

    Just outstanding – packed with useful content, great value for money. Clear route descriptions, excellent clear route maps, loads of variety. I have been looking through various UK trail running guides recently, this is easily the best.

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