Club Runs


Please ensure sure you read “Club run information” at the bottom of this page before joining us on any club runs, especially if you are joining for the first time.

Sunday 26th January – led by Chris Curtis

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Up and round Latrigg then right up to the gate on the way to Skiddaw house (the Not Round Latrigg race route).

Sharp left up Lonscale and follow the fence line to the gate at the base of Jenkin hill.

Back down the side of Skiddaw (path or the rough, your choice) then back over Latrigg and through the woods back to the start.

This is good leg training on the ascents and descents but it’s a social run so speed is not important.

The weather is likely to be cold and a blowing even on a mild day so full FRA minimum clothing required please.

Sunday 9th February – led by Luke Armitage
Route TBC
Sunday 23rd February – led by Natalie Hawkrigg
Route TBC
Sunday 8th March – TBC

No further Interval sessions until Spring 2020. Instead an ‘Intervals Box’.

The interval team have placed a ‘Intervals Box’ hidden at Bowscale tarn. The idea is to encourage members to continue their interval reps up to the tarn over the winter period. When you do a interval session up to the tarn, find the box and record your effort in the notebook. The location of the box is under stone behind large boulder just before the tarn, 1 metre to the left of path.

Club run information

We meet every second Sunday (whatever the weather) for social club runs.

The start points, distance and routes change each meet. The aim of the club run is to improve stamina through steady pace and mileage increases, as well as to have fun.

We are a friendly and welcoming club and of course we always look out for each other.  If you are joining one of our social runs we ask that;

If you are joining us for the first time you contact us before hand – so we know to expect you and we can answer any questions you might have.  You can do so via our Facebook page or from the Contacts on this website.

  • That you are capable of running 6 miles of the road or trails.
  • That you carry ‘FRA minimum kit’, that is:
    • Waterproof top with hood and taped seams
    • Waterproof trousers with taped seams
    • Hat
    • Gloves
    • Additional warm layer to be carried during colder month (i.e. October to March)
    • Food and drink dependant on distance & individual requirements
  • You accept the risks associated with Fell Running and that you are joining us at your own risk.
  • That neither the Run Leader nor Northern Fell Running Club shall be liable to you for any injury, loss or damage of any nature to you or your property arising out of your participation in this social run.

The ‘Run Leader’ Risk Assessment can be downloaded <HERE>