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Hever — guided trail run (10 miles)

Saturday 13th October, 2pm

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Saturday 13th October

We're heading to the beautiful Kent village of Hever for a Saturday afternoon guided trail run.

The trail is a 16km circular route along very run-able woodland, fields and dirt tracks. Some elevation along the way but nothing too serious.

How to register

It's £10 plus £8.50 if you require return train travel from London Bridge.

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Next trip
Saturday 13th October, 2pm
Start/finish location
Hever Railway Station, TN8 7ER
Distance
16km
Intermediate
Average pace
6:00-6:30min/km
Group size
18 runners (+ 2 guides)
Bag drop
Not available for this run

Trip details

Itinerary
12:50 Meet at London Bridge (if travelling by train)
13:07 Depart London Bridge.
13:49 Arrive in Hever
14:00 Trail start
16:00 Approx finish time
16:05 Refreshment at King Henry VIII pub
17:05 Depart back to London
17:53 Arrive into London Bridge

Exact meeting points will be emailed to you a few days prior to the run.

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

Route

Details

The route is a 16km circular across the Kent countryside.

The trails cover varied terrain and take us through the picturesque village of Penshurst at half way. No giant hills to tackle but some nice undulation throughout.

trail running route in Hever

Distance — 16km

Terrain — Lanes, dirt paths & woodland

Profile — Undulating

Travel

Arriving

From London Bridge we will be taking the 13:09, arriving into Hever at 13:49.

Departing

We will aim to depart on the 17:05, but this could change depending on how long we stay in the pub. Trains depart every hour at five past.


N.B. You are welcome to make your own travel arrangements and meet us at the start point.

Tickets

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

Refreshment/Lunch

Please bring water, along with a gel (or something sugary) in case you run out of energy.


We will finish the run at the King Henry XIII for drinks.

The walk back to the station is 15/20 minutes from this pub.

If you won't be joining us for refreshments you can board the earlier train at 16:05 (if we run fast enough!)


King Henry XIII pub

Your guide

Chris Bradley

Founder, Runaway Adventures

Chris is an ultra-runner and founder of Runaway Adventures.

He has completed a number of long distance events, most recently the Lofoten Ultra Trail (50 miles) in Norway.

Chris holds a Outdoor First Aid certificate.

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