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Sat, 25 Nov



Wayfarer RUN and RIKE: "Dales, Rakes 'n' Lows"

Join Debs on this Autumn Wayfarer, with an option to either join the run or rike group as we explore the ancient and beautiful landscapes of the Peak District.

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Wayfarer RUN and RIKE: "Dales, Rakes 'n' Lows"
Wayfarer RUN and RIKE: "Dales, Rakes 'n' Lows"

Time & Location

25 Nov 2023, 09:00

Buxton, Buxton SK17, UK


About the event

Meeting in Buxton ready for a 9:00am start. Meeting location will be sent in confirmation email after booking. 

Join Debs aka SHORTY for a Wayfarer RUN and RIKE exploring some ancient and beautiful parts of the Peak District, including various dales such as "Silly" Dale and Cressbrook Dale as well as the ancient strip fields of Litton, a picturesque mosaic of pasture and dry-stone walls. Among others, a real highlight of the Wayfarer will be High Rake and Tideswell Rake; one of the best remaining examples of an open lead rake in Derbyshire!  

Expect to cover around 13 miles in 4 - 5 hours (RUN group) or 5 - 6 hours (RIKE group). 

The RUN group... will go at a steady running pace, comfortable for all in the group. We'll still hike steeper / uneven sections and will regularly stop to catch our breath and take snaps of the best views. We're not interested in pace, and instead aim for everyone to enjoy themselves! 

The RIKE group... we approach RIKES with the mindset that it’s mostly a hike, where we'll run a bit when the going is easy, rather than running until we'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 emergencies / (or cake)


  • Standard Ticket

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

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