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Sat, 04 Nov



Wayfarer Lite RIKE: "The Many Manifold"

Join Debs on this Autumn Wayfarer Lite RIKE (mostly hiking, with gentle running), perfect for newbies to our Wayfarers or those wanting to take things a little steadier and enjoy the scenery.

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Wayfarer Lite RIKE: "The Many Manifold"
Wayfarer Lite RIKE: "The Many Manifold"

Time & Location

04 Nov 2023, 09:15

Ilam, Ilam Hall, Ilam, Ashbourne DE6 2AZ, UK


About the event

Meeting at Ilam Hall for around 9:15am, ready to be on the bus taking us to our start location for 9:30am. Please note that the bus fare (£3.50 pp) is not included in the price of this Wayfarer Lite.

Join Debs aka SHORTY for a wonderful Wayfarer Lite, starting on the Manifold Way with a flat first mile before heading uphill towards Ecton, ready to soak in the amazing views the Peak District has to offer across High Wheeldon, Chrome Hill and Revidge. Don't fear, there are some downhills too, enjoying the meandering river through the valley, spying views of Thor’s Cave. Onto the Manifold Trail, heading towards Throwley Old Hall, an important ruin in the Peak District National Park and eventually, back to Ilam. 

Expect to cover around 8.5 miles in 4 to 5 hours. We don't rush on our Wayfarer rikes, but instead go at a comfortable pace for all in the group, mostly hiking and breaking into an easy run when the terrain / conditions allow.  

The idea of a RIKE is to approach it with the mindset that it’s mostly a hike, where you run a bit when the going is easy, rather than running until you’re forced to walk when the going gets tough! The benefits of riking include more ‘time on feet’ as well as the other physcial and mental benefits of a longer run, without feeling shattered afterwards! 

Kit requirements - Please note that you'll need to bring the below with you in order to take part in this event; 

  • Off-road / trail running / walking shoes
  • Clothes suitable for the weather conditions, plus additional warm layer for emergencies
  • Waterproof jacket, with hood and taped seams
  • Waterproof trousers
  • Hat and gloves
  • Sufficient food and drinks for a morning in the hills
  • Small backpack or bum-bag to carry items not being worn
  • Cash / card for parking & bus payments 


  • Standard Lite Ticket

    (70p of which is donated to the Peak District National Park Foundation charity.)

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