Mountain Run have teamed up with Andrew Ritchie from Performance Breathworks to bring you a brand new online course for why and how to Nasal Breath for running and for life.
Learn to use Trail Running Poles for walking and running in Ultra Race's and Challenges. In this course we will teach you the basics, go through some drills and then put in to practice what we have learnt. We'll supply the poles, so don't worry if you don't have any.
Our navigation classes are second to none. Delivered by Sean Bolland, known as The Nav Guy. Sean is an elite MM runner, winner of the OMM and delivers all Mountain Run's online navigation masterclasses. Sean will coach you to be the best navigator you can be.
An online 2 hour theory session based around mountain navigation for events such as the OMM or Open Fell events with Sean Bolland, Elite OMM Winner.
A 2hr theory session based around fundamental navigation skills for ultra and trail running, with Sean Bolland, Elite OMM Winner.
A 2 hour in depth seminar about everything you need to know to plan/organise your Bob Graham Round to how to train in your own area. If you are serious about doing a BGR, then this session will charge you with everything you need to know and more.
The ORIGINAL Introduction to Skyrunning course in the UK, in association with Scafell Sky Race, Lakes Sky Ultra and Skyruning UK: learn the skills you’ll need to run fast & light over technical terrain; take scree & singletrack in your stride, climb strong & descend fast.
Come for a cobweb blowing, freedom giving, guided trail/fell running break in the glorious English Lake District. Mountain Run are the leading guided trail and fell running organisation in the UK and we know the best and most esoteric trails the Lakes has to offer. Let us guide you around the Helvellyn Massif and the Ullswater Valley, whilst you just run and take in the views.
The ORIGINAL Advanced Skyrunning course in the UK, created in association with the Rab Lakes Sky Ultra & Rab Pinnacle Ridge Extreme races, this is an immersive weekend of advanced skyrunning skills. You'll be running ridge lines, scrambling over open rock and grinning from ear to ear.
Come and join us in the Ardmay House on the shores of Loch Long right in the heart of the Arrochar Alps
The Lake District National Park is home to some of the most technical, scenic, challenging and rewarding running country in England, and we can't wait to share it with you.
Don’t let your big mountain dreams turn into a Mountain Rescue nightmare: if your sights are set on higher summits, bigger adventures or tougher mountain races this year, then this practical one-day course is the place to start.
Learn to use poles the right way, and you will transform yourself from struggling biped to energy-efficient quadruped: move efficiently, improve your stability, and boost your performance when you need it most.
Learn to navigate, and the mountains of the world will be your playground. Our one-day navigation course is designed specifically for runners, by runners, covering all the essentials of sound navigation on the move.
If you’re training for a long ultra, or if you just want extra peace of mind before you head into the hills for a long day out, sound night-navigation skills are a must.
66 miles. 42 Lake District Peaks. 8,200m ascent. 24 hours to finish. If you’re looking for a serious running challenge, look no further. Have you got what it takes to complete a Bob Graham?
56 miles. 24 summits. 8,600m ascent. 24 hours to finish. Charlie Ramsay’s classic Scottish round is not for the fainthearted. Have you got what it takes?
62 miles. 47 summits. 8,500m ascent. 24 hours to finish. The ‘Welsh Classical’ is the newest of the UK rounds, and rumour has it this one is the toughest of all. Could you complete a Paddy Buckley?
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