United Kingdom·January 15 2022


PEAK DISTRICT - FREE 10K guided run exploring the Peak District. Perfect for beginner & experienced trail runners alike!



Welcome to TP: Run Club Peak District, a community of trail runners & adventurers who share a passion for the outdoors. Join us as we inspire each other to push further, explore the wonders of nature together & equip you with the skills & confidence to help kickstart your New Years goals! JOIN THE COMMUNITY. EXPLORE. This fantastic 10K loop allows runners to experience some of the Peak District’s finest views whilst up on the ‘great ridge’. There will be occasional stops for photos & water breaks. DATE: Saturday 15th January MEET: 09:30am START TIME: 09:45am DISTANCE: 10K Run START/END POINT: Castleton Coach/Car Park (Paid) S33 8WN TERRAIN: Woodland trail, grassy fields and occasional rocky paths BAG DROP: Not available, please only bring what you need
 WHO'S IT FOR?: Anyone new to trail/hill running or those who have some level experience wanting to gain more of an understanding and confidence in trail/hill running in a friendly group setting

 This session is FREE. All abilities are welcome. 
Please note you MUST have a ticket to attend. If you have any questions please DM us on Instagram @trail_pursuit Thanks - Team Trail Pursuit #TrailPursuit


Guided 10K Trail Run

Guided 10K Trail Run

Join us for a 10K guided run on 15th January. Super social & friendly pace

Explore Peak District, Hope Valley

Explore Peak District, Hope Valley

Meet Point & Parking: Castleton Coach/Car Park (Paid) S33 8WN

All levels of runner welcome

All levels of runner welcome

Beginner & experienced runners alike ready to enjoy a social run

10K Route: Cave Dale / Mam Tor Loop

10K Route: Cave Dale / Mam Tor Loop


Rich Gill

Rich Gill








When: Saturday 15th January 2022 (9.30 am meet - we will leave for the run at 9.45am)
Meet Point & Parking: Castleton Coach/ Car Park (Paid) S33 8WN

This fantastic 10K loop allows runners to experience some of the Peak District’s finest views whilst up on the ‘great ridge’.

Starting the run from the centre of Castleton, the run takes us up the high street and straight up past the Castelton war memorial. The trail begins as we then hit the meaty ascent up through the quite impressive and medieval Cave Dale trail right next to Peveril castle. This imposing and iconic 11th century castle overlooks the heart of Derbyshire which is nestled next to some of the Peak Caverns. This part of the limestone trail is pretty gnarly at times and often turns to streams when the weather has been inclement. A careful and steady start to the trail is advised here..

Some 200m of climbing eventually turns grassy and then back to easy trails as the views start to open up. At this stage and 3/4km in we spot the mighty Mam Tor and at 517m she is the ‘mother of the hills’ and our route takes us up to the summit where we will have a great chance to take in the fantastic views.

We then descend down the ‘Great ridge’ and will almost likely meander between hikers on route down from this popular spot. At Hollins cross we then make our way down what will probably be a muddy trail which will lead us all the way back down to Castleton where an inevitable coffee and cake can be consumed in a nearby cafe.

What's Included


Guided 10K Run

Fun, friendly & supportive group

Beautiful trails

Any extra snacks or drinks

Trip Tips



Where: Hope Valley: Cave Dale/Mam Tor Loop When: Saturday 15th January 2022 Time: 9.30am meet - we'll leave for the run at 9.45am) Meet Point & Parking: Castleton Coach/Car Park (Paid) S33 8WN



- Waterproof jacket (taped seams) - Spare base layer - Hat/Buff - Gloves - Fully charged mobile phone - High energy snacks - 500ml minimum liquid - Trail shoes



Trail running for me means seeking beauty in nature, having freedom to explore new places & being resilient mentally & physically. What I find special about the Trail Pursuit community is that everyone is so unique, from different places & walks of life yet we share an obsession for the outdoors which breaks barriers for new friendships.

Ines Castro


As someone who primarily road runs in the city, getting out on the trail is my escape. It's more than just fresh air, it takes me to a healthy mental place.

Haroon Mota


Trail running has always been a form of complete escapism for me; it's exhilarating and challenging in equal measure but leaves you feeling accomplished and like you can tackle anything life throws your way!

Victoria Stears


Running for me is a daily reprieve from the pressures of daily life. I moved from the road into trail running about two years ago. Hitting the trails gives me a chance to reset my mind and reconnect with body whilst surrounded in beauty and nature.

Ben Hobbs


Losing myself amongst nature on the trails has proven to be a lifeline, by lifting my spirits and improving my mental health. This sense of purpose is so important for me since I've had to reclaim the routes for my own... on wheels.

Frankie Butler


Trail running makes me a happier person, connects me with a nature, which I really enjoy. I feel wild and free when I'm on my trails 🙃

Magda Kaminska


To me, trail running removes the playing field all together, it removes the boundaries that come from road running and allow you to feel a full sense of adventure and intimacy with the natural world. Going off the beaten path is where I feel alive, free and at my most inspired.

Ben Turner


Saturday 15th January from 09:30am.

We welcome beginner & experienced trail runners alike. We'll stop for frequent water breaks & photos! Come & enjoy the adventure :) 

Castleton Coach / Car Park (Paid) S33 8WN


United Kingdom·January 15 2022·2 hours