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Get more from your running with training, guiding and inspiration from Trail Running Scotland.

With courses to improve your confidence in off-road running, with running technique, navigation training and tips for dealing with rough terrain.

Explore the Highlands in a different way on one of our guided adventures. Seeking out the best trails on classic journeys and local secrets.

If you are after something a bit more epic then check out our sky-running courses, combining running and mountaineering skills this is the pinnacle of off-road running worldwide. Build your skills or prepare for a race.

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Just because someone puts some nice pictures on instagram and seems to do a lot of skydiving, you wouldn’t jump out of a plane with them before asking a few more questions! If you are heading into the mountains, or remote trails of Scotland, you should also have a few questions to ask when choosing a running guide.

Every sport has certain skills, or knowledge that are fundamental to the enjoyment of the sport. Learning these skills can sometimes be a painful process, take skiing for example. The transition from newbie to capable independent skier often follows a fairly set path, with different classes at ski school, colour graded runs to progress through and an obvious skill level to aspire to. 

With trail running, there is no clear pathway to follow as you enter the sport and gain experience, but there certainly are essential skills that will help you progress from newbie, to becoming a capable and independent trail runner. 

Vision

At Trail Running Scotland we are working hard towards the vision of a vibrant community of runners, connected through shared values of health, wellbeing, personal performance and an appreciation of the wild places we choose to play in. We aim to do this by providing the highest quality of skills training and inspirational experiences.

Values

We believe:

  • The environment in which we run is fundamental to our enjoyment of the sport.
  • Connection with our landscape and natural history fosters a greater appreciation of our environment and therefore our impact upon it.
  • Every runner has the potential to develop given the right training and motivation.
  • Every runner can find their own personal version of high performance.
  • Every running experience should be fun. 
  • The trail running community should be welcoming, inclusive and diverse.

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