Explore our coast, countryside and parkland on foot with a good run.

Night Runs – book now

Attingham Park Night Run  © Paul Harris

Attingham Park Night Run

Night Run is a national series of night-time trail running events, held in partnership with Cotswold Outdoor. If you've ever wanted to run around the gardens of a Tudor manor house at night, or explore ancient woodlands after dark, then Night Run gives you the chance.

Coastal running spots

Running the coast path at Baggy Point, North Devon © National Trust

Running the coast path at Baggy Point, North Devon

Our coast is a runner’s paradise. We've miles of trails lay waiting to be explored with wildlife around every corner, not to mention breathtaking views. Take your trainers to some of the places we look after and help us look after them for ever, for everyone.

Trust10 trail runs

Join us for a Trust10 running trail © NTPL/National Trust Images/John Millar

Join us for a Trust10 running trail

The places we care for are great for donning your trainers and trying out one of our Trust10 trails. Held on the fourth Sunday of the month at 9am, we’ve created a series of 10k routes on a selection of our properties. 

Runs with stunning views

Enjoy the great outdoors on a run with us © NTPL/Leo Mason

Enjoy the great outdoors on a run with us

Who wants to run on a treadmill when you can swap it for one of our handpicked trails with beautiful views? We've acres of countryside for you to explore, while getting outdoors and closer to nature.

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Our parkrun events

With the focus on having fun together, parkruns are a great way to stay healthy and discover some of our most beautiful places. All parkruns are free, timed and 5km distances. They happen weekly at 23 of our places. We've also added two junior parkruns to join.

Be part of the pack

Fancy running as part of a group led by a Run England leader? Learn about warming up and down, run with a friendly group and get all the encouragement you need. You can try out a Run England group at these places:

Gibside, Kingston Lacy, Knole, Morden Hall Park, Woolacombe, Mortehoe and Ilfracombe, Nostell Priory, Attingham Park, Lyme Park and Leigh Woods.

Find a running trail near you

If you want a break from pounding the pavements on your run, give one of our trails a go.


    • Easy
    • 60 mins
    • 9.6km (level)

    Nearest place: Wicken Fen

    Exploring the fens, this run starts at Wicken Fen, one of the country's oldest Nature Reserves and takes you along the Lodes Way Cycle way through the wider wetlands, passing herds of Konik ponies and Highland Cattle. The route returns back along the quiet water ways, with views across the fens.

    • Start/finish: Wicken Fen Visitor Centre TL563705
    • Nearest town: Soham/Ely
    • Distance: 9.6km (level)
    • Difficulty: Easy
    • Est time: 60 mins
    • Terrain: Cycle Path and grass tracks
    • Toilets: At the Start and End Point
    • Sleep & pub: Campsite in the Village of Wicken, Meadow View campsite, The Maids Head in Wicken
    • Races: Lode Runners hold an annual half marathon in November
    • Moderate
    • 50 mins
    • 9.6km

    Nearest place: Wimpole Estate

    This run takes in breath taking views of Wimpole Estate and the surrounding landscape. The route eases you in through varied habitats as you make your way towards the boundaries of the estate. After the short sharp climb and the stunning view of Cambridge.

    • Start/finish: Stable block, Wimpole Estate
    • Nearest town: Royston/Shepreth
    • Distance: 9.6km
    • Difficulty: Moderate
    • Est time: 50 mins
    • Terrain: Parkland and woodland and alongside arable fields
    • Toilets: Stable block and Restaurant at Wimpole
    • Sleep & pub: YHA Cambridge, Highfield Farm Touring Club (campsite), The Three Horseshoes, Comberton
    • Races: Park run 5km every Saturday morning at 9am starting outside the Stable Block, Wimpole Half Marathon hoohaah October 2013
    • Download the trail (PDF): Wimpole Hall running trail


    • Moderate
    • 80 mins
    • 8km

    Nearest place: Lyme Park

    A hilly but rewarding route centred on Lyme Park. The run features a long and tough climb across the estate, through a wood and over moorland before plummeting down a very quiet lane.

    • Start/finish: Lyme Park Car Park SJ 96306 82389
    • Nearest town: Disley
    • Distance: 8km/158m
    • Difficulty: Moderate
    • Est time: 80 minutes
    • Terrain: Predominantly grass paths / some hard standing
    • Toilet: Available at the Timber Yard (grid ref SJ 96204 82571)
    • Sleep & pub: Pack Horse Inn Mellor Road, New Mills, YHA Edale, The Rams Head


    • Moderate
    • 90 mins
    • 10km

    Nearest place: Sandymouth

    Spectacular 10 km off-road trail with stunning views on the South West coast path. Some flat bits, some up and down hills, through leafy woodland and over farmland, something for everyone. Not one for a personal best but one for a personal challenge.

    • Start/finish: Sandymouth, near Bude SS203100
    • Nearest town: Bude/Barnstaple
    • Distance: 10km
    • Difficulty: Moderate
    • Est time: 45 – 90 mins
    • Terrain: Few Steep hills – mainly off road
    • Toilets: Cafe at Sandymouth
    • Sleep & pub: Camping – Bryder Farm, Stibb, Kilkhampton or Pentire Haven, Kilkhampton or Wooda, Poughill, Bude, New Inn, Kilkhampton or Bush Inn, Morwenstow or Inn on the Green, Bude
    • Download the trail (PDF): Sandymouth running trail


    • Easy
    • 60 mins
    • 6.7km

    Nearest place: Grasmere and Red Bank Wood Run

    A fantastic trail run in the heart of the Lakes, with easy navigation and trail underfoot so you can enjoy the views and different landscapes you pass through, taking in woodland, the classic fell of loughrigg and stunning views along the lake.

    • Start/finish: Grasmere Hub (GR NY337074)
    • Nearest town: Grasmere/Windermere
    • Distance: 6.7km
    • Difficulty: Easy
    • Est time: 45-60 mins
    • Terrain: Village roads, access lane, woodland paths, rough bridleway and lakeshore.
    • Toilets: Grasmere Village (20p required)
    • Sleep & pub: NT campsites in Great Langdale and Low Wray are in easy reach,  YHA hostels at High Close, and Grasmere are very convenient, Our Sticklebarn pub offers great food and drink.
    • Races: Grasmere Gallop 2013 - Run for the hills! The annual Grasmere Gallop, run by National Trust rangers is set to be bigger and better than ever before this year with the introduction of a new 17k trail run for the more adventurous runners.
    • Moderate
    • 120 mins
    • 18.7km

    Nearest place: Sizergh Fell and River Kent Run

    Nestling amongst the outer folds of the Lake District fells, the area around Kendal is a fell runner's paradise. Just a few short minutes after setting off from the hustle and bustle of this busy market town, and you can be out amongst classic fell and river scenery. Cutting through the centre of town is the fast flowing River Kent, the quiet paths along its bank provide the perfect escape route for a loop that takes in the surrounding fells and explores the impressive parkland of Sizergh Castle.

    • Start/finish: Kendal Parish Church Car Park GR SD517921
    • Nearest town: Kendle
    • Distance: 18.7km/380m
    • Difficulty: Moderate
    • Est time: 120 mins
    • Terrain: Roads, cycle track, riverside paths, estate tracks and fell paths.
    • Toilets: Kendal Town Centre and at Sizergh Castle during opening hours
    • Sleep & pub: Lots of options in Kendal Strickland Arms
    • Download the trail (PDF): Sizergh Fell running trail


    • Moderate
    • 70 mins
    • 9.1km

    Nearest place: Froggat Edge / White Edge Loop

    Impressive views and stunning countryside spanning the Longshaw Estate featuring some of the best the Peak District has to offer.

    • Start/finish: National Trust Hay Wood Car park on the Longshaw estate.GR 256777
    • Nearest town: Grindleford
    • Distance: 9.1km
    • Difficulty: Moderate
    • Est time: 70 mins
    • Terrain: Froggat edge: Rocky sandy track with big boulders, White Edge: Peaty trod with big boulders. One steep climb, otherwise undulating
    • Toilets: None except at pub or at Longshaw visitor Centre at GR 265799
    • Sleep & pub: Fox House Inn, Hathersage Youth hostel, Grouse Inn (on the run route!)
    • Download the trail (PDF): Froggatt Edge running trail


    • Challenging
    • 60 mins
    • 9.4km

    Nearest place: Morte Point and Bull Point

    Once notorious for smugglers and wreckers, this stretch of coastline is now a great place to get away from the crowds and enjoy the dramatic scenery of cliffs, rocky headlands and sandy bays.

    • Start/finish: Mortehoe village car park SS458453
    • Nearest town: Barnstaple
    • Distance: 9.4km
    • Difficulty: Challenging
    • Est time: 60 mins
    • Terrain: Strenuous circular walk along high cliffs and steep valleys
    • Toilets: Mortehoe
    • Sleep & pub: Many campsites in the area plus other types of holiday accommodation to suit budget. Nearby in neighbouring village of Woolacombe is the Red Barn, serves good food all year round
    • Races: North Devon AONB Marathon and half Marathon 30 June 2013
    • Challenging
    • 60 mins
    • 9.6km

    Nearest place: Heddon Valley to Woody Bay

    A varied run that follows an historic 19th-century carriageway and a section of the South West Coast Path along some of the highest and most dramatic cliffs in England. The views along the coast and across to Wales are breathtaking. Along the way you will pass a Roman Fortlet and walk through ancient sessile oak woodlands. In the spring and summer the cliffs are alive with a variety of sea birds.

    • Start/finish: National Trust gift shop SS655480
    • Nearest town: Barnstaple
    • Distance: 9.6km
    • Difficulty: Challenging
    • Est time: 60 mins
    • Terrain: All sorts from coast path trail running with loose rocky paths, step inclines and ascents through beautiful oak woodlands
    • Sleep & pub: Everywhere Many B&B's, self catering options in the local area to suit budget. The Hunter's Inn is in the Heddon Valley at the start of all the walks and is a fantastic walker / dog friendly pub.
    • Download the trail (PDF): Heddon Valley running trail


    • Moderate
    • 45 mins
    • 6km

    Nearest place: Badbury Rings

    Run with the ancestors' as you pass the hillfort of Badbury Rings, a Roman crossroads, Bronze Age burial mounds, a Medieval Hunting Lodge, the ancient habitat of High Wood and The Oaks and the famous Beech Avenue, planted in 1835 by William Bankes as a memorial to his mother.

    • Start/finish: Badbury Rings car park (OS Explorer 118 ST 95992 03071)
    • Nearest town: Wimborne Minster
    • Distance: 6km/48m
    • Difficulty: Moderate
    • Est time: 30-45mins
    • Terrain: Rolling, rural, trail, rough in parts, slight ascent
    • Sleep & pub: The Anchor public house, Shapwick, Caravan Club on site at Kingston Lacy, holiday cottage on the estate at Pamphill Green, The Anchor, Shapwick
    • Races: Votwo work with Kingston Lacy to offer a variety of runs annually


    • Easy
    • 40 mins
    • 6.4km

    Nearest place: Constable Country

    Explore the picturesque Stour Valley and Dedham Vale made famous by the paintings of 18th-century England's foremost landscape artist. John Constable painted many idyllic views of the area in his famous six-foot canvases, scenes which remain easily recognisable today.

    • Start/finish: TM 093 322
    • Nearest town: Dedham/Manningtree
    • Distance: 6.4km
    • Difficulty: Easy
    • Est time: 40 mins
    • Terrain: Generally flat grass and gravel paths with some moderate slopes
    • Toilets: At Manningtree Station, Flatford and Dedham villages


    • Moderate
    • 35 mins
    • 6.4km

    Nearest place: Sherborne Park Estate

    The course covers the blue and purple route across the most beautiful landscape on the Sherborne Park Estate.

    • Start/finish: Ewe Pen Barn car park SP158143
    • Nearest town: Cheltenham
    • Distance: 6.4km
    • Difficulty: Moderate
    • Est time: 35 mins
    • Terrain: Most of the course is off-road following woodland paths and open parkland, but there will be a section on the road and through the village.
    • Pub: Shop/tea room in the village. Sherborne Club open at the week end for cheap pint of beer
    • Challenging
    • 60 mins
    • 11.2km

    Nearest place: Woodchester Park

    Follow the red route for a run though beautiful wooded valley sides and pasture.

    • Start/finish: Woodchester Park National Trust car Park SO797012
    • Nearest town: Stroud
    • Distance: 11.2km
    • Difficulty: Challenging
    • Est time: 60 mins
    • Terrain: Steep slopes/ woodland path
    • Toilets: Open when Mansion is open/ not always available
    • Sleep & pub: Campsite Thistle down farmRose and Crown in Nympsfield
    • Races: Stroud athletics 8 September 2013


    • Easy
    • 30 mins
    • 5km (level)

    Nearest place: Sheringham Park

    The 5km course used weekly by Parkrun can be accessed at anytime. During the run you will pass through one of the countries best collection of rhododendron and azalea's, enjoy stunning views of the North Norfolk coast created by landscape gardener Humphry Repton and return to the finish by mature woodland.

    • Start/finish: Start TG 138 414, finish TG 139 412
    • Nearest town: Sheringham
    • Distance: 5km/level
    • Difficulty: Easy
    • Est time: 30 minutes
    • Terrain: Undulating course over multi terrain
    • Toilets: Available at visitor centre
    • Sleep & pubs: Plenty of B & Bs and hotels in the area. YHA in Sheringham. Several pubs in Sheringham including The Crown and The Windham Arms Sheringham Park
    • Races: Parkrun every Saturday at 9am
    • Easy
    • 60 mins
    • 8km

    Nearest place: Blakeney Point

    This walk takes you along one of the finest sections of the north Norfolk coast - around Blakeney Nature Reserve. Starting in the village of Salthouse, follow the Norfolk Coast Path towards Cley next the Sea, turning off just beforehand to explore the shingle beach.

    • Start/finish: Salthouse (start), Morston (end)
    • Nearest town: Blakeney/Sheringham
    • Distance: 8km
    • Difficulty: Easy
    • Est time: 60 mins
    • Terrain: Beaches and costal path
    • Toilets: pubs at Blakeney
    • Sleep & pubs: A number of campsites and hotels nearby. Kings Arms at Blakeney
    • Download the trail (PDF): Blakeney Point running trail


    • Moderate
    • 45 mins
    • 6km

    Nearest place: Allen Banks

    Allen Banks is Northumberland's largest ancient woodland; host to fantastic wildlife, rare plants, geology and local history. This run crosses the River Allen suspension bridge and visits Morralee Tarn before climbing the notorious steps of doom and passing a Victorian summer house. Just some of this route's amazing features.

    • Start/finish: Allen Banks car park – grid Ref: NY 79809 64010, X:379809 – Y:564010
    • Nearest town: Hexham/Bardon Mill
    • Distance: 6km/200m
    • Difficulty: Moderate
    • Est time: 45 mins
    • Terrain: Mixture of level and undulating woodland footpaths.
    • Toilets: In Allen Banks car park
    • Sleep & pub: Once Brewed YHA, Herding Hill Campsite, Winshields campsite, Twice Brewed Pub
    • Easy
    • 30 mins
    • 6.5km

    Nearest place: Wallington

    The Broom House walk/run is a cross country trail run starting just off the main car park. It comprises of farmland tracks, woodland tracks and open fields. It is fairly flat, but soft and frequently muddy in areas with one steep climb to a view point overlooking the main hub of the Wallington estate.

    • Start/finish: At the kissing gate at the back of the overflow car park.
    • Nearest town: Morpeth
    • Distance: 6.5km
    • Difficulty: Easy
    • Est time: 30 mins
    • Terrain: Fields and soft footpaths
    • Toilets: On the Wallington estate
    • Sleep & pub: Accommodation is available on the Wallington estate in the Bunk House.
    • Races: The Dyke Neuk Cross country race fixtures coming at Wallington this winter (2013/14). Dates and Fees TBA
    • Moderate
    • 90 mins
    • 10.8km

    Nearest place: Hadrian's Wall

    This scenic route on even but undulating terrain avoids busy walking trails and takes in the big sky country of Northumberland. The run steers clear of sensitive archaeology but still visits the amazing mile castles, forts, lakes and crags that define this world heritage site.


    • Easy
    • 60 mins
    • 6km

    Nearest place: St David's Head

    Explore Pembrokeshire's most spectacular coastal headland several miles away from Wales' smallest city, St David's. Look out at island-dotted seascapes against the steep backdrop of Carn Llidi, prehistoric monuments and a fantastic array of coastal wildlife on this rugged circular walk. In places the path is very narrow with steep cliffs; please be aware of other users.

    • Start/finish: Whitesands beach car park
    • Nearest town: St Davids/Haverford West
    • Distance: 6km
    • Difficulty: Easy
    • Est time: 60 mins
    • Terrain: Clear route on rugged coastal paths, with some rocky bits, slopes and 70 steps.
    • Toilets: Car park at Whitesands beach
    • Sleep & pub: A number of campsites and hotels nearby, Farmers Arms St Davids


    • Moderate
    • 80 mins
    • 12km

    Nearest place: Wenlock Edge

    A linear route from the picturesque Wilderhope Manor to Much Wenlock along field boundaries and through the woods of Wenlock Edge. This undulating run uses a dismantled railway and forestry tracks, finishing in the birthplace of the modern Olympics.

    • Start/finish: Start Wilderhope Manor SO 545,929, Finish; Much Wenlock SO 613,996
    • Nearest town: Much Wenlock/Church Stretton
    • Distance: 12km/130m
    • Difficulty: Moderate
    • Est time: 80 minutes
    • Terrain: Dismantled railway and good forestry paths and tracks
    • Toilets: At start and in town of Much Wenlock near finish
    • Sleep & pub: Camping: Sytche Lane camping and caravanning site, YHA - Wilderhope Manor; B+B: Wenlock Edge Inn,
    • Races: Wenlock Olympian Games, Much Wenlock 6,7,13,14 and 20, 21 July 2013, 7 July 2013, Over the Edge, the Marathon and Half Marathon of the Wenlock Olympian Games. Marathon, Craven Arms to Much Wenlock 26.8 miles. Half Marathon, Wilderhope Manor to Much Wenlock 13.6 miles. Off road Marathon and Half Marathon. Marathon £27, half £18
    • Challenging
    • 80 mins
    • 8km

    Nearest place: Long Mynd

    An exhilarating run from the ever popular Carding Mill Valley to the highest point of the Long Mynd, Pole Bank. The route from here descends the much quieter but equally beautiful Townbrook Valley. Follow the pink waymarkers from near the National Trust tea room.

    • Start/finish: Carding Mill Valley GR SO 444,944
    • Nearest town: Church Stretton
    • Distance: 8km/400m
    • Difficulty: Challenging
    • Est time: 80 minutes
    • Terrain: Good paths/tracks crossing open moorland and valleys, rocky in places.
    • Toilets: At start/finish in Carding Mill Valley
    • Sleep & pub: All Stretton Bunkhouse, Small Batch campsite, lots of B+Bs / hotels in Church Stretton, Bucks Head Hotel, Church Stretton
    • Races: Lots of local races on the hills see for more information.
    • Download the trail (PDF): Long Mynd running trail


    • Easy
    • 30 mins
    • 5km

    Nearest place: Cheddar Gorge

    Cheddar Gorge probably the most famous area in the Mendip Hills, with its caves and cheese factories attracting lots of visitors. It's also a good place to get a taste of the great running routes in the Mendips.

    • Start/finish: Cheddar
    • Nearest town: Cheddar/Weston Super Mare
    • Distance: 5km/625m
    • Difficulty: Easy (some gradients)
    • Est time: 30 mins
    • Terrain: Country Paths
    • Toilets: Cheddar
    • Sleep & pub: Bath Arms Hotel, Cheddar; The White Hart, Cheddar
    • Races: Relish Running 
    • Moderate
    • 60 mins
    • 8km

    Nearest place: Bath Skyline

    Savour the magnificent views down into the picturesque World Heritage City of Bath, run through history from an Iron Age hill fort to 18th-century follies and run through the peace of hidden valleys, tranquil woodlands and patchworks of small meadows all rich in wildlife.

    • Start/finish: Front of RSPCA home
    • Nearest town: Bath
    • Distance: 8km
    • Difficulty: Moderate
    • Est time: 60 mins
    • Terrain: Woodland, rough paths and road
    • Toilets: Prior Park


    • Moderate
    • 70 mins
    • 9.1km

    Nearest place: Ickworth

    The run follows a variety of terrain of woodland paths, open fields, gravelled paths and main tracks through the wonderful parkland of Ickworth. With 1,800 acres of space just on the doorstep of Bury St Edmunds, it offers a delightful running track with lots to see.

    • Start/finish: TL813615
    • Nearest town: Bury St Edmunds
    • Distance: 10km/level
    • Difficulty: Easy
    • Est time: 60 mins
    • Terrain: A mixture of cross country paths over rough grass fields/woodland mud tracks/some hard and gravel pathways
    • Toilets: West Wing and main car park at the start grid reference of TL813615
    • Sleep & pub: Bury St Edmunds is just 3 miles away and has a host of excellent pubs and eateries

East Sussex

    • Moderate
    • 80 mins
    • 13km

    Nearest place: Seven Sisters

    Cliff running at its best in our newest bit of preserved coast.

    • Start/finish: Bus stop after B2103 turn off, Exceat (end)
    • Nearest town: Eastbourne
    • Distance: 13km/410m
    • Difficulty: Moderate
    • Est time: 80 minutes
    • Terrain: Cliff paths and roads
    • Toilets: Birling Gap Car Park
    • Races: Endurance Life 2013
    • Download the trail (PDF): Seven Sisters running trail

West Sussex

    • Moderate
    • 60 mins
    • 7km

    Nearest place: Steyning and Cissbury Ring

    A quieter section of the South Downs, and all the better for it. A linear, half-day low hills and fells (below 600m) walk in England starting at Steyning clock tower.

    • Start/finish: Steyning clock tower (start), Findon High St (end)
    • Nearest town: Worthing
    • Distance: 7km/450m
    • Difficulty: Moderate
    • Est time: 60 mins
    • Terrain: Hill paths and roads
    • Toilets: Steyning
    • Sleep & pub: Findon Manor, The star Inn, Steyning


    • Challenging
    • 90 mins
    • 15km

    Nearest place: Avebury and Cherhill Downs

    Discover this hidden gem on the edge of the Wiltshire Downs. Rich with ancient hill forts and tracks, this moderately challenging run takes in breathtaking views over Cherhill Down and the infamous stone circle at Avebury.

    • Start/finish: National Trust car park at Avebury SU099696
    • Nearest town: Swindon
    • Distance: 15km/227m
    • Difficulty: Challenging
    • Est time: 90 minutes
    • Terrain: Tarmac farm track and grass/chalk downland tracks
    • Toilets: Avebury village
    • Sleep & pub: Camping at Blackland Lakes near Calne, Avebury Lodge Vegetarian B&B, White Horse at Compton Bassett, Waggon and Horses at Beckhampton, The Red Lion at Avebury, White Horse at Compton Bassett


    • Challenging
    • 60 mins
    • 9.6km

    Nearest place: Croome

    Explore the landscape that Lancelot 'Capability' Brown designed in the 1750's for the 6th Earl of Coventry. Run through pasture, Woodland and restored pleasure grounds and along the riverbank, enjoying views across the parkland towards the Malvern Hills and Bredon Hill.

    • Start/finish: Croome Visitor Centre SO 88787 45181
    • Nearest town: Pershore
    • Distance: 9.6km
    • Difficulty: Moderate
    • Est time: 70 mins
    • Terrain: Some hard surface paths, some uneven fields
    • Toilet: At our visitor centre (along with cafe and shop)
    • Sleep & pub: Walter de Cantalupe pub in Kempsey (3 miles away), campsite at Blackmore (8 miles away)
    • Races: Capability Canter 10km all-terrain race held at Croome, organised by Black Pear Joggers (running club in Worcester) every November.

North Yorkshire

    • Moderate
    • 60 mins
    • 8km

    Nearest place: Roseberry Romp

    Just a short distance outside Middlesbrough, Roseberry Topping is a great place to get out and running. With trails and paths running through woodland, farmland and moor land there's lot of variety in a small area. The views from the summit of the hill are a fine reward for the gruelling climb to get you there.

    • Start/finish: Public car park (not NT) in Newton under Roseberry
    • Nearest town: Great Ayton
    • Distance: 8km/320m
    • Difficulty: Moderate
    • Est time: 60 mins
    • Terrain: Rugged
    • Toilets: The car park at Newton under Roseberry and in Great Ayton village.
    • Sleep & Eat: B&B available in the King's Head in Newton under Roseberry. Other accommodation options in Great Ayton, Guisborough and Middlesbrough. The King's Head is the nearest, but many more options are available in Ayton, Guisborough and Middlesbrough.
    • Download the trail (PDF): Roseberry Topping running trail

West Yorkshire

    • Easy
    • Varies
    • 1.6 / 4.8 / 8km

    Nearest place: Nostell Park

    With rolling countryside, woods and tracks, Nostell Park is an ideal place for exercising. Visitors can explore 121 hectares (300 acres) of parkland with a range of trails and views. There is a car parking charge of £2.50 (free to NT members) which is refundable following a purchase of £10 or more in the cafe or shop.

    • Start/finish: Front lawn of mansion house
    • Nearest town: Fitzwilliam
    • Distance: Multi distance options, 1.6km, 4.8km, 8km plus around the park.
    • Difficulty: Easy (some gradients)
    • Terrain: Various Tarmac, gravel, grass, mud!
    • Toilets: Stables (Next to starting point)
    • Sleep & pub: Nostell Priory Holiday Park (pods/caravans) Tel: 01924 863938 Kings Croft Pontefract. TEL: 01977 600 550
    • Races: Priory 10