Tracks and Trails in the Media
Tracks and Trails has been receiving great coverage! We hope you enjoy reading some of the articles which have featured on TV, and radio as well as a wide range of newspapers and magazines.
Trail running in the Alps
Tracks and Trails featured in a February 2012 Telegraph Magazine as one of their 'Four of the Best Fitness Holidays'. Download the article to find out more.
Journalist Katy Dartford experienced a Spring Trail Running weekend with us, complete with, old snow and great food Katy tells gave this review on www.sportsister.com website.
Travel Extra - Outdoor Fitness
We have just had an article written by Lindsay about snowshoeing published on the UKhillwalking.com site. If you would like to try snowshoeing, or even if you are a fan already, then this gives you a good feel for the enjoyment to be had of a walk in winter.
Altitude with Attitude! Talk about a 'runner's high - read how journalist, Antonia Kanczula, enjoyed her first trail runs in the Alps. Antonia learned how to run like a mountain goat in the beautiful French Alps. As a result Tracks and Trails was featured in the September issue of Health and Fitness Magazine.
Following our June trail running week last year, World Champion Athlete & Mountain Leader, Lizzy Hawker was interviewed by the Observer newspaper. Lizzy, a sponsored athlete, coaches with Julia on the Tracks and Trails summer trail running week. Her passion to run, race and discover the mountains is inspirational. Download and read all about her training, background and next ventures in the Observer newspaper.
The Guardian Green Travel List for 2010 has selected Tracks and Trails as one of their top 75 eco-friendly travel companies. Journalist Tamsin Omond visited Chamonix last week and featured us in the Guardian Newspapar's Travel section today and ONLINE. The piece, featuring travel companies that care for the environment wanted an insight into accessing the 'back country' with little impact to the environment. See below for Tamsin's review on her day out with us.
Most of us like achieving a challenge, be it big or small. As a runner much of the time the goal is centred around a time, pace or distance. However for a mountain marathon there is a lot more to consider. In 2009 I wanted to run the Everest Marathon, and the main goals for this event is to reach Everest Basecamp healthy and acclimitised.
Read my top tips on trail running at altitude some of which are featured in this months 'Trail Running Magazine' - see attached article.