Pleased to say that our guided Christmas Charity head-torch run from Entwistle went down well. The night had a great atmosphere throughout including a little on-the-go music, some festive banter and the all important mulled wine and mince pies to enjoy at the finish. Thanks to everyone who came along and contributed to us raising £225 for 'The Mustard Tree' charity, who work with people trapped in poverty or homelessness. #WereTheLuckyOnes
Fantastic morning on the trails for LTR87 #Helmshore. The forecast snowy conditions made things interesting! Especially after today, we're more than excited to guide next weekend's Christmas Cracker #HalfMarathon from #Chipping. #LTR #GuidedTrailRunning #PureEscapism #WhyNot
So where's the best view in the U.K? Well the summit of #Snowdon often comes out on top and from our preview video it's pretty obvious why! If you Love Trail Running take a look at our fantastic weekend on 23/24th September in Snowdonia. #TrailChallenge #ExploreNaturesGym #WhatGoesUp #Rewarding #PizzaPint
At LTR Taster Foulridge we welcomed several new runners as well as plenty of familiar faces. It was a warm, sunny Sunday morning and the group enjoyed the intricate route we had planned. Feedback from runners both new and old was very positive and most enjoyed a post-run drink and bite to eat at the fantastic Cafe Cargo.
LTR's first ever comprehensive trail running weekend used the wonderful Patterdale Hotel as our base. The whole weekend had a focus on social, enjoyable running, in a beautiful part of the Lake District.
Why Love Trail Running? That's an easy one - 'Life's not a race'. There should be more to life, and certainly more to running than racing. We're certainly not alone in thinking there's an underestimated benefit to taking your time, taking everything in and appreciating the little things - whilst having the absolute best time. "It's less about beating people and more about meeting people #onthetrails"
LTR64 is varied & undulating and takes in Calf Hey reservoir, Musbury Heights and the wonderful Pickup Bank waterfalls.
A glorious, clear, sunny winter day made for perfect conditions for the LTR Winter Half Marathon. With hardly a cloud in the sky today's group set out from the meeting point at the Keswick Hotel (next to Fitz Park) for the scenic 21km route. The run went down a treat and everyone agreed it was a great way to start 2017!
Another mild and dry winter morning made for an enjoyable 15km on the trails from Barley. The scenic route showed many runners a completely new area and was well received by all. Some also enjoyed a well-earned, post-run coffee in the conveniently located Cabin Cafe in Barley.
A short preview of LTR63 Jubilee Tower - we’ll be guiding this fantastic 16km route on Sunday 11th December.
Yesterday's 10km Taster 'fell' on Remembrance Sunday. So obviously everyone was keen to observe the 2min silence. This served as a strong reminder just how lucky we are to be able to go where we want and do what we want, for the group that was simply to run on some scenic trails - in good company. #Freedom #LestWeForget
Guided by Beau - today's group headed out on a bright, sunny morning but with a cold wind blowing in from the coast. All today's runners highlighted just how much they enjoyed the wonderfully intricate route - no doubt we'll be back over that way again soon..