Guided Trail Runs

Your run with She Runs Outdoors is a social paced run. We are here to have fun and make friends. It is NOT a race. The runs are chilled and not competitive. You are encouraged to relax and not stress about your pace. We support each other along the way, get to meet some new people and enjoy the views.

Roughly speaking if you are fit enough to run and comfortable running 10-11 min miles / 6:15-7 min km on flat you will be fine.

 

If you are a faster runner, take it easy and make new friends.

No racing, no pressure, just a supportive run leader and like-minded women; making the runs accessible to runners  who are comfortable with the distance of each individual run.

Guided Trail Runs are social paced runs – so please expect stops for taking photos, to re-group and to admire the views, while having lots of fun.

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Coronavirus Update

Following the latest government guidelines 

She Runs Outdoors will now be offering Guided Runs and Coaching within these guidelines and that of England Athletics in groups of no more than 12 runners and 1 coach.

 

Please read our latest update to find out measures taken for your safety before booking.

If you book a run and She Runs Outdoors Cancels due to COVID, you will be entitled to transfer to another run or get a FULL refund.

Sun, Oct 25
National Trust - Woolbeding Countryside
She Runs Outdoors Woolbeding/Older Hill 14km Women's Trail Run with 8km option
Starting at the top of Older Hill treats us to magnificent views across the South Downs National Park. We will see Titty Hill & get an idea where we will be running. We start our run, going down the Hill on The Serpent Trail, making our way across Stedham Marsh. This run has a shorter, 8km option.
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Wed, Oct 28
Storrington Rise car park
She Runs Outdoors Cissbury Ring 10 km Women's Night Trail Run
Run South Downs trails at night, see the twinkling lights of the towns below the hills and enjoy the peace of the night trails. If you have never done a trail run at night, I highly recommend giving it a go. Running at night in a group is brilliant fun and feels reassuringly safe.
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Sadly, due to insurance we are unable to have dogs on our runs, thank you for understanding.