The best trails - fully guided


Kit List

Here is a list of required and optional items for your running holiday. Please feel free to ask us if you are unsure about any item of equipment, but as always it is a good idea to have used all your basic equipment before your holiday - especially shoes and clothing. Your run leader will carry a fist aid kit.


Running holiday insurance - please forward details of you holiday insurance to us. We recommend Sportscover Direct as they offer good value insurance specific to trail running

Sports Travel Insurance



Two pairs trainers - a good amount of cushioning is recommended for multi day running

Compeed or blister plasters, talc can be quite good - vaselinemay also be useful

Running tops - long and short sleeve 

Running shorts

Running Socks - good quality ones!

Running longs in case of cooler weather

Waterproof top & bottom - lightweight, we love OMM Kamleika!
Jacket - warm for evening

Drinking bottles x 2 or camelback type reservoir, enough for up to 1.5 litres

Running pack or large bum bag or running vest (enough to carry light waterproof, fleece layer, packed lunch, 1.5 litre of fluid

Suncream + lipsalve

Sun cap

Sun glasses

Buff and thin gloves (even in summer)

  • Poles - lightweight running ones - you need a pack to be able to carry them
  • calf compression supports are quite a good idea  - they can stop some of the prickly vegetation irritating you on some of the runs
  • arm warmers (cycling style) 
  • gilet style windproof (these are very compact)
  • emergency gels - although most people never use them they are a good backup
  • drink tabs to add to your water - although cordial is fine and the mountain water tastes great on it own
  • pain killers/anti-inflammatory just in case - co-codomol are a good option
  • camera
  • GPS/Garmin

A washing machine is available, so you can wash kit & clothes