Chiltern Hills — Guided trail run

We're back in Tring with a new & improved route.


February 4th 2018

Join us for a social trail run, 35 minutes from Euston, in Tring, Chiltern Hills.

We run as a group at a pace of 6:00-6:30min/km. If you can run 10km in 60 minutes or under then you'll fit right in.


It's £6 to join, or £17.50 if you would like to include return travel from London Euston. Click below and fill in the form.


Next trip
Sunday 4th February 2018 — 10:45
Start location
Tring Station, Chiltern Hills
17.5km / 11 miles
Average pace
6min/km — 9:40min/mile
Group size
Max capacity 25

Trip details


Please see below for a rough itinerary of the day.

09:45 Meet at London Euston (if travelling by train)
10:36 Arrive at Tring train station (map )
10:45 Trail start
12:30 Trail finish
12:45 Lunch at Brownlow Cafe / Pub (TBC)
13:45 Depart

During the run will have a few water stops to allow everyone to take a breather and keep the group together.


A scenic run with some great sights throughout. Highlights include Pitstone Windmill & Ivinghoe Beacon.

Distance — 17.5km

Terrain — Public footpaths / Woodland

Difficulty — Moderate

Dorking route



By train:

From London Euston there is an 10:01 which arrives into Tring at 10:36.

By car:

For drivers the postcode is HP23 5QR. Tring Station car park is £4 for the day.


Tring to Euston trains depart at 03 & 35 past the hour (35min journey time).


If you are travelling by train please take advantage of our GroupSave discount by purchasing them when you register for the run.


It is essential to carry water and it's recommended to bring a gel (or something sugary) in case you get tired.

We will finish the run at Brownlow Cafe (outdoor) if the weather is good. Otherwise we will find a nice warm pub to refuel in.


Your guide

Tim Mills

Chiltern Hills trail guide

Chilterns local Tim has a background in teaching & coaching as well as holding awards in athletics & orienteering.

He began running seriously 5 years ago after the birth of his first child, starting with 5k/10k local road races to lose a few extra pounds. Shortly after he signed up for his first trail marathon, deciding that's where running should taking place!

Now his mission is to convert everyone he meets to the beauty of the trails.

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