Join us this spring time for a stunning trail run through the bluebell carpeted forest of Ashridge in the Chiltern Hills! It's a fun morning out on the trails, starting at the Musette Cafe in the quintessentially English village of Aldbury in Hertfordshire.
All abilities are catered for, so whether you want to push your speed, or prefer a more relaxed morning out, you will be well looked after. As with all Run the Wild events, it's a team event so you will be grouped with similar ability runners, and each group will be led by one of our experienced Run Leaders who will route find and set the pace for you. We walk anything too steep, and it's a good opportunity to get some trail running tips from our expert local guides along the way.
13 km£17.50 BOOK
A Lead Runner for the team, with you every step of the way!
Trail running instruction
Meet other trail runners
13km of inspiring trails!
What's not included
Personal insurance (recommended)
Travel to / from Musette's Aldbury
Food & Drinks
You will need to arrange your own transport to the start of the adventure in Aldbury, but there are regular trains from London Euston to Tring Station, which take around 40 minutes, and it's only a short walk to the meeting point. There is also an onsite free car park should you prefer to drive.
The event is inclusive to new trail runners and also those who are regularly out on the trails. We will group participants by their ability but you need to have run 5km non-stop in the past (doesn't need to have been a race time). We will cater for the following paces: 7-9km, 9-11km, 11km+ an hour on the flat or road.
Musette Cafe, Church Farm, Station Rd, Aldbury, Tring, Hertfordshire HP23 5RS
The run will start at 8.30am, and will finish around 10.45am (full details in your booking pack).
Wicking top and shorts or leggings
Socks (eg: Injinji)
Trail running shoes (sufficient tread)
WEATHER DEPENDENT ITEMS:
Lightweight waterproof jacket
Sun hat / cap
Warm hat and gloves
Fully charged mobile phone including the numbers for the Lead Runners, Event Director, as well as appropriate emergency services (charge before use and make sure it's in a waterproof case or bag)
Lightweight, comfortable running pack (max 12 litres)
Water bottles / bladder
Snacks to sustain you for the planned route
Waterproof bags / dry bags to keep stuff dry
Whistle (normally found attached to your bag)
Personal first aid kit (eg: blister packs, sunscreen, inhaler etc)
Please note: we will not be checking your kit on the day, but we highly recommend you bring these items for your safety.
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