Running High: The First Continuous Traverse of the 303 Mountains of Britain & Ireland by Hugh Symonds

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 Running High: The First Continuous Traverse of the 303 Mountains of Britain & Ireland by Hugh Symonds

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This is the story of an epic run of 2000 miles in 97 days. Hugh Symonds ran to the top of all 277 Scottish Munros, 4 English tops, 15 Welsh peaks and 7 Irish summits in his marathon run. The book is a fascinating human account, in diary form, not ...  Continue reading

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4 user reviews of Running High: The First Continuous Traverse of the 303 Mountains of Britain & Ireland by Hugh Symonds See all

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Complete respect for the man and his achievement, a good book to dip in to, but not a riveting read unfortunately. The stats at the end are the best bit. Continue reading...
Really good read. more real thn the USA Ultra runner and much more informative than feet in the clouds. Continue reading...
This is a great story but with any narrative (book, film, or whatever) ultimately you have to find the characters sympathetic, attractive, or whatever. And the truth is, I just didn't warm to the protagonists Continue reading...
A must have for any self respecting off road runner Continue reading...

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