Fell, mountain and trail running
Starting to trail run? Seasoned expert? Get started or get better with our trail running form and technique tips. Trail running is really obstacle-course running, a seemingly endless romp over rocks and roots. On a really technical trail, the terrain can be twisted, the hills relentless and the footing dicey. You have to choose your line and make split-second decisions about how to maneuver your body.
Keep pushing. We should not judge people by their peak of excellence; but by the distance they have traveled from the point where they started. -Henry Ward Beecher. Photo: @elisabetm; "Smokey Valley" Reykjadalur Iceland. :: Share your photos with us using #outdoorwomen in your captions. (Click the photo to see more on our @outdoorwomen Instagram community!)
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Fell running races can leave you wet and weary but once you finish, the grimace on your face will soon be replaced by the most enormous grin. Governed by the Fell Running Association, there are literally hundreds of fell races to choose from, ranging in distance and difficulty depending upon the amount of climbing per mile and the percentage of road you’ll run on during the race. #FellRunning #Endurance #Challenge #Hill #MountainRunning