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Lyme Park parkrun

Listed by KinkyS
, Stockport SK12 UK
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About this parkrun

Great course! Hilly, 105m elevation. Superb views and deer roaming round. One lap, rocky trail, grass, tarmac. Uphill start. Huge carpark.
Bramble 28th Dec 2018

Wow.. by far the toughest parkrun I've done to date, but so recommended- amazing views. Single lap with a stinking uphill start and a slow uphill slog to end, but you MUST do this one! Easy parking, wear trail shoes if you own them!
twinny 28th Dec 2018

Hilly, all trail course around a NT site (trail shoes recommended). Single lap, 107m elevation gain.
Sigh 2nd Jan 2019

One of the toughest but most picturesque parkruns in the North West. Lots of hills, grassy paths, a run by the cage and fabulous views on a fine day.
njosmith 1st Feb 2019

Hilly trail route around the beautiful Lyme Park. It’s not easy: the steep uphill start is cruel & the rough downhill great fun. Almost a mini fell race. One I regularly revisit, & out of the 140ish parkruns I’ve visited it is probably my favourite.
flanker 28th May 2019

Very hilly trail run (trail shoes). Big hill to start with, and some more big hills both up and down. Very scenic (in good weather, I imagine).
Chingwakabungya 15th Jul 2019

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