Run Wild Trail Days

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Adventures for 2021

Join us for a spectacular trail running adventure designed to help you to reset in the stunning outdoors while learning trail running techniques with likeminded female runners. 

Saturday June 19th, South Downs Solstice Run 

Join us on the longest day of the year to explore the stunning beauty of the trails around West Sussex with views over the Weald and to the castle of Arundel. 

The route starts with a stiff climb with rewarding views at the top that continue throughout the run. We descend back to Houghton for yoga on the river bank. 

With plenty of places for a post retreat lunch in one of the many country pubs in this area. Or perhaps combine it with a weekend stay in Arundel where you can explore the castle grounds and pretty streets of this historic village. 

Distance: 8-9 miles 

Start Time: 10.15am. End: approximately 1:00 pm 

Travel: London Victoria to Amberley or free parking at the station.


**July & September dates coming soon**


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Each trail experience is £50 which covers guiding, coaching and yoga. Spaces are limited to 18 with 3 guides. Full refunds provided if Covid-related issues cause the need to cancel. 




Saturday April 17th - South Downs Wonder Wealds

We start from the stunning Stanmer Park on the outskirts of Brighton. Tracing the edge of the woods we will enjoy views to the spectacular manor house, designed in the 1700s, before heading onto the glorious South Downs.

Practising uphill running techniques (a good excuse for some rest) we will run up to Ditchling Beacon with far-reaching views over the Weald. We will return to Stanmer Park and hopefully enjoy views of the carpet of bluebells at this time before a 45 minute restorative outdoor yoga session (weather permitting). 

Afterwards, why not stay and enjoy lunch at One Garden in the newly restored walled garden? (Make sure to book a table). The perfect weekend retreat from London and the surrounding areas, with easy access by train and car. 

  • Distance: 8-10 miles
  • Start time: 10.15am End time: 12.30pm.
  • Travel: Trains from London Victoria to Falmer. Or car parking in Stanmer Park.

Saturday 8th May, Running the Charleston Set

Staring from the lovely town of Lewes, this mixed terrain trail adventure will take us past some landmarks of the Bloomsbury Artist set, including Leonard and Virginia Woolf's country retreat, Monk's House in Rodmell. 

From there we leave the serene banks of the River Ouse and ascend a steep tarmac lane (formerly a sheep droveway) to the South Downs Way with stunning views over the Ouse Valley, to the sea and beyond. 

A steep, technical descent follows back down to the flood plains of the Ouse and our return to Lewes for a sunny outdoor restorative yoga session (weather permitting) .

Why not make a weekend of it and book a self catering stay in Lewes, where you'll be able to visit the castle and enjoy the history of this market town, once a major port in the 18th century. Otherwise, it's an easy hop back onto the train to Brighton or London. 

  • Distance: 9 miles 
  • Start time: 10.45am End: 1:30pm
  • Travel: London Bridge train 09:24am -10.26am or park in Lewes.