The Fetch Mile Map

Click a mile to view it. Or to create a Fetch Mile, look for the link above the map on any of your training entries.

How do I add a Fetch Mile?

Go to any entry in your training log, and look for the Build A Mile link just above the map. Click that, and drag the slider to highlight the relevant mile. Give it a name and a description, and save it!

What is a Fetch Mile?

Rather than just willy-waving about how fast you can go, a Fetch Mile can also be about showcasing some of the favourite bits of your local runs. And when you travel to other parts of the world, you can use them as a way of finding interesting paths. Every time you collect a mile, don't forget to sign the guest book! And if going fast is your thing, enjoy making your way up the leaderboards.

Recently Added

Run for home
Well actually first mile of most runs - from end of street
Added by Old Croc
Ivanhoe upwards
Hill to start and then flattens out
Added by slowblonde
Deeside line
Added by Ultracat
A bit o' sugar
The enjoyable mile!
Added by eL Bee!
Shinewater Back Straight
Shinewater Park
Added by roverman
Dead centre of Boston ;-)
our beautiful cemetery - keep an eye out for the deer and all the wild flowers
Added by minardi
middle of Ellon parkrun
bang in the middle of Ellon parkrun route. river path and Gordon park loop
Added by ElDuderino
Budleigh to Sandy Bay
A section of the south Devon coastal path with great views. It’s a bit up and down and at the moment a bit muddy in places.
Added by Vancouver Jogger
Dodsworth to Woodcock!
Can be a bit hairy when it's flooded, and there's a cycle track.... and you *should* stop to cross New Lane!
Added by Markymarkmark
Roundabout to roundabout
Coggeshall Road
Added by AJPAR
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