Exmoor National Park,gb
Exmoor National Park is one of England's best kept secrets, and this stage takes place in the lesser known western area of the National Park where a trail runner's mecca lies. The course encompasses stiff climbs and long descents, open moorland, thickly wooded combes (valleys), historical ruins, dizzying cliffs, exquisitly beautiful rivers and a stretch of coastline that is unsurpassed. We are confident that there is no course in Britain that offers such a variety of terrain within such a compact area. This truly is trail running territory at its best. The Exmoor course is widely regarded as the toughest course in The Series and is definitely a grueling test of endurance for even the very hardest trail and fell runners.
Other highlights include Heddon Valley, Valley of Rocks, and Lynmouth.Grass
Of all the races in the Endurancelife coastal trail series, the Exmoor Coastal Series is probably the most difficult. And together with some amazing scenery it looks like the organisers have saved the best for last. Exmoor National Park is the venue for the race. The route takes in the western side of the park, which is ideal for trail running. As well as rugged and spectacular coastline runners have to contend with steep hills, open moorland, thickly wooded valleys, historical ruins, dizzying cliffs and rivers. Interesting sites along the way include the spectacular Heddon's Valley as well as Trentishoe Down, with its outstanding views.
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