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Eden Valley Trail Explorer

The best trails - fully guided

Eden Valley Trail Explorer

Eden Valley Trail Explorer

Five days of glorious trail running holiday in an area that is one of Englands best kept secrets. You will experience runs along the edges of wild moors, traverse high above Englands 2nd largest (but most beautiful) lake, and explore the stunning scenery of the Eden Valley. Runs are easy paced and between 5 and 10 miles most days, with options to increase the distances for those who have the energy!

We offer a variety of routes according to abilty and weather. On some runs we make use of the famous Settle to Carlise Railway to allow one way routes. Also we use the steamers on Ullswater!

Ullswater Way

A full or half circuit of what is widely regarded as Englands most beautiful lake. The half circuit includes a return trip by steamer.

Wildboar Fell and the Dales High Way

The long gradual climb to the top of Wildboar Fell is then rewarded by an even longer gradual descent to the Upper Eden Valley and past the source of the River Eden at Hell Gill. Then its more great trail running with superb panoramic views of Wildboar Fell.

Appleby to Kirkby Stephen - along the River Eden

Some delightful easy trail running along the River Eden visting the historic town of Brough en route, and return via the scenic Settle Carlise Railway.

Kirkby Stephen to the Moorcock Inn

The Upper Eden Valley has seen it all, from Uther Pendragon's attempts to re-route the River Eden to form a moat around his castle, to the blasting and building of that engineering masterpiece, the Settle to Carlisle railway line. Over the centuries, this valley has been a major thoroughfare for travellers. Along the route we'll witness some modern sculpture, follow the Eden to its source, then cross from Cumbria into North Yorkshire. After completing the run you can sit back and let the train take the strain, on the Settle-Carlisle itself, as we return to our starting point.


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