The classic tale of fell-running and obsession, first published in 2004, recently reissued by Aurum with a new introduction by Robert Macfarlane and an epilogue from Richard Askwith. An exploration of one of Britain’s strangest and most exhilarating sports, it remains a cult hit with runners and non-runners alike.
Guidebook to fastpacking - multi-day running trips carrying the bare essentials - in the UK, Europe and beyond. Includes 12 route ideas (all tried and tested), fastpacking stories from around the world (featuring Jez Bragg, Anna Frost and Jasmin Paris), and invaluable tips and tricks to help you prepare for your own running adventure.
Trail and Mountain Running is a practical guide for runners designed to help those who are already running off road and wanting to improve their performance, to try longer or rougher terrain with confidence, and those who simply want to venture from roads onto trails and mountain paths for the first time.
This is the 2010, 2nd edition of the full-colour handbook for walkers and runners in the Welsh 3000s traverse, the Paddy Buckley Round, The Snowdon Horseshoe, Snowdon Ascents and the Welsh 1000 metres race.
Brecon Beacons Trail Running is a comprehensive guide to off-road running across the national park, including the Black Mountains, the Brecon Beacons themselves and the Black Mountain. With 20 runs from 5.3km to 17.5km in length, this book is suitable for runners of all abilities.
North Wales Trail Running is a comprehensive guide to off-road running across North Wales, including Snowdonia, Anglesey and into the Llŷn Peninsula and the Clwyds. With 20 runs from 4km to 20.4km in length, this book is suitable for runners of all abilities.
Vertebrate Publishing's Where There's a Hill is a frank and inspirational account of how one woman ran her way into the record books. It has been written by Sabrina Verjee, the ultra running phenomenon who became the first person to climb the Lake District's 214 Wainwright hills in under six days, running 325 miles with a huge 36,000 metres of ascent.
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