EVERY WEDNESDAY ON DARTMOOR 6:30pm
Our Wednesday night runs are the essence of the pureTRAIL philosophy. Predominantly, our wet and muddy trainers touch the road only when we are having to cross it!
Our Wednesday evenings are quite simply a gathering of like-minded runners escaping to the hills for an hour or so.. whatever the weather.. It’s ‘us time’, as well as ‘me time’. It’s revitalising, invigorating and motivational.. there’s plenty of ‘trail talk’, advice on running, generally, as well as what’s going on around the country, and locally, race-wise.. It’s fun..
Each Wednesday evening, at 6.30pm, we meet at a different location around the southern fringes of Dartmoor. All newcomers are very welcome, all abilities, and will join a very positive, happy bunch of trail runners. In recent weeks we have had new runners from, Teign Valley, Exeter and Plymouth. So just turn up, or preferably let us know via our contact page here or our facebook page – pureTrail Running Group
We have been running every Wednesday evening on Dartmoor since April 2015, with between 5-20 runners of varying speeds and abilities. The distance is usually about 6-7 miles
Wednesday 27th March Hennock TQ13 9QB 6:30pm – Guest Guided Run Leader, Tim Flint
From Guest Leader, Tim Flint this week
“People are going to need a sense of adventure as Wednesday will be a run with a difference, you may want to WEAR LONG LEGGINGS as there are some off piste sections.
Can I also suggest that DOGS DON’T COME on this one due to some of the paths we will be going on.
7.5miles of beautiful but hilly single track forest paths, stunning views of the Teign valley. An all round belter!
Parking is by the school car park (opposite the school). There is also a car park by the church or alternatively on the road.
We will meet by the car park next to the school.”
Wear the appropriate clothing for the weather conditions. Trail shoes are required as the ground is always uneven. Consider bringing headtorch as nights are getting darker.
Running in the Group is undertaken at your own risk.
Mark and Steve