What exactly does the Farsley Fartlek involve? Where does the Esholt Trail Run take you? Just how short is a Short Rombalds Circuit?
This page will serve as a library of our regular Tuesday night training routes, as well as any other routes you would like to share with your fellow Harriers.
Tuesday Night Training Routes from Nathan Crossley
|Adel Fartlek||MapMyRun||Road||8.5m||Winter Fartlek (8 efforts totalling 5km)|
|Short Rombalds Circuit||MapMyRun||Trail / Fell||14.4 miles||Mixed terrain longer training run following Rombalds and BMW routes|
|Farsley Fartlek||MapMyRun||Road||10.3 miles||Winter Fartlek (8 efforts totalling 5km)|
|Apperley Bridge Trail||MapMyRun||Trail||7.8 miles||Trail run from club|
|Esholt Trail Run||MapMyRun||Trail||9.3 miles||Trail run from club|
|Calverley Millenium Trail||MapMyRun||Trail||10.0 miles||Trail run from club|
Tuesday Night Training Routes from Mark Smith
|AIREBOROUGH LEISURE CENTRE LOOP||MapMyRun||Road||13.56 Km||A mainly flat route with some short hills, efforts on Rufford Lane, Queensway, Whack House Lane to Rawdon Lights and Over Lane to the Emmot Arms. Optional effort on Brownberrie Lane back to the club|
|BRAMLEY EXTRAVAGANZA||MapMyRun||Road||13.44 Km||Testing route with a fair share of inclines including: Pollard Lane, Rodley to Horsforth ring road and Layton Lane.|
Got a training route that you would like uploading to this page? Please map it using MapMyRun or your preferred route mapping website, provide a description and link as above and email to: firstname.lastname@example.org