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Locations We Use

We can organise guided runs, or workshops all over the UK, but mainly we work in the following areas:

Runner on a trail on the edge of the Cotswolds. The valley behind is full of fog

The Cotswolds

This is where we call home at the moment, and have explored many of the local trails through various lockdowns. There are the honeypot areas and paths such as the Cotswold Way, but step away from them, and the area is home to some beautiful, quiet trails.

South Wales

South Wales is perhaps most well-known for the Brecon Beacons, but it's also home to a lot more than just that. Areas such as the Black Mountains are stunning and can feel much more wild. There is a wide variety of terrain here, from open moorland, to wide undulating ridges. This is a great area for learning and practicing navigation skills

Looking across to Pen Y fan in the Brecon Beacons. A clear blue sky with only a few clouds
A mid-wales scene, rolling green fields, and a blue sky, with trees overhanging the field

Mid Wales

Mid Wales holds a special place in my heart, I've been coming here on holidays to my aunt's old farmhouse since before I can remember. The hills in Mid wales tend to be much quieter than other areas, and the moors can feel very, very remote. The hills and moors are often crossed by old Monks routes to some of the old monasteries tucked away in the valleys. 

Wye Valley and Forest Of Dean

Wye Valley and Forest of Dean are two separate but closely situated areas, both with stunning views. The Wye Valley is famous for Symonds Yat and the amazing views down to the Wye, but there are many other spots along the valley with good terrain and views. Both here and in the Forest of Dean, there are a good variety of different trails, from technical single-track through to big forest paths.

Looking down onto a meander of the River Wye, with trees lining both banks of the river
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