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Harkerside Guided Run - 5.5/7miles

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Wednesday 12th June 2024

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Monday 15th April 2024 at 14:30
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Monday 10th June 2024 at 23:00
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Entry Fee   £10.00   
Jess and Simon

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An evening tour of Harkerside with stunning views (hopefully) of Reeth and Swaledale. From Grinton we’ll follow the Swale Trail before heading up to High Harker Hill on the shooting tracks. The Gentle group will ascend to Maiden Castle while the Moderate group are going all the way to the top. We’ll all enjoy the long descent across the moor back to Grinton.

Level 2 – 5.5/7miles – 1220ft of ascent

Pace: We will have two groups for this outing and you can decide which one to go with on the night.

Gentle: this will involve walking up the ascents and jogging on the flatter sections at a steady pace. (5.5miles)

Moderate: this will involve walking up the steeper ascents but sustaining a jog pace (10-12 minute miles) on the flatter sections. (7miles)

Estimated time: 1-2 hours

NB: There is an optional pub visit at the end.

Highlights include:

  • Lead by a qualified Coach in Running Fitness and Hill and Moorland Leader
  • Small group of 15
  • Optional pub visit after the run

Start: 6.45pm meet for a 7pm start.

You must be 18+ to enter this event.

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Event Location
Grinton, North Yorkshire