Explore the fells of the National Park at sunrise, sunset and at night.
Embrace your inner competitor and hit the hills at a faster pace.
Coniston and its surrounding area provides opportunity to invigorate body and mind.
Experience a long weekend of fell running, just a valley away from the house of fell legend, Joss Naylor.
Your guides will be a top local fell runner and experienced mountain runner, as well as qualified mountain guide, Ceri Rees, who has raced at all levels in the sport and knows the surrounding valleys, as well as local expert Jacob Tomkin.
You will spend three nights staying near the beautiful Duddon Valley and venture off towards Coniston and Eskdale Fells on different days. Previous camps have included dinner on the second night by fell running legend and sheep farmer, Joss Naylor, who regales the group with some of his running stories and reflections on fell running.
This camp usually takes place April/May.
Some background in running would be beneficial and you should have a reasonable level of fitness. However you don’t have to be a primed athlete to sign up. You just need to be capable of running a half marathon at any pace.
Millers Cottage in Broughton in Furness sits at the bottom on the edge of the Dunnerdale valley. It's a lovely, old, rustic venue, ideally situated for access to the trails and fells.
Pick up from the nearest train station is available.
16:00-17:00 | Arrive at Millers Cottage.
18:00 | Head out for a short 10K run on Friday night around the Duddon Valley.
You will be able to get a lovely warm shower at the cottage.
08:00-09:00 | Breakfast
10:00 | Head out to Coniston for the longest run, 9 to 12 miles, depending on preference and ability.
12:30 | Those who want to run a local fell race can do so. The others can watch the race after their run.
12:30-2:30pm | Late Lunch in Coniston followed by a lift back to base. Optional wild swimming for anyone who fancies a dip.
17:00 | Navigation or route planning session before dinner.
18:30pm | Dinner at the award-winning Blacksmiths Arms in Broughton Mills or the Woolpack Inn at the bottom of the Hard Knott valley.
08:00-08:30 | Breakfast will be cooked for you.
10:00 | Head out for a morning run from the farmhouse towards Seathwaite, or a shorter run of around 5 miles.
17:00 | Optional second run of about 5 miles.
Dinner will be cooked by caterers using local produce.
07:00-08:00 | Early breakfast.
08:45 | Pack up.
08:45-09:45 | Optional early run, depending on when you need to get off. You will be able to shower afterwards before leaving.
Price per person (inc deposit)