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Running on walkways and stones

Running on mountain paths gives an extra injection of energy to your work-out. The views are amazing and interval training happens naturally when the trail constantly goes up and down. If you get thirsty you’ll find water in the nearest mountain stream.

You can find both enjoyable jogging toward the horizon here as well as tougher interval training in our hilly terrain. The terrain varies between light soft trails, wet marshland, wooden walkways and dry stony sections.  But generally, running in the mountains is gentler on the body than running on tarmac in towns. Many mountain runners also believe that they forget part of the effort when running through ever-changing fragrances, vegetation and surroundings.

It is not always the distance but the terrain that determines whether a trail is tough. If you train a lot and like altitude differences, then check out the five peaks challenge where you run up and down five mountains. A real test of strength!
 

Tips before your running session

Bring a mountain map and compass with you, especially if you plan to leave the trail.  You should also take a drink, extra sustenance and an extra layer in case the weather turns. It’s also good to have a mobile phone in a water-proof cover. Remember that a route that is normally dry and easy to run may be wet if there has been a lot of rain or if it is early in the season. 

 

Running favourites in the valley and up in the mountains

A favourite among our guests is running the Gem Tour around Klinken on soft trails. The tour is 12 kilometres and goes through beautiful nature. It is easy to fill up with fluid along the Ljusnan river and the trail is moderately hilly without too demanding gradients. Gem Tour 3, Gruvturen, PDF

 

If you prefer a slightly shorter run, we recommend going from the top of the Fjällgårdsbanan lift. A tip is to run based on time rather than a specific distance. Decide how long you want to be out and follow your nose - perhaps up to the top of Ramundberget, toward Walles hotel and then back to Restaurant Tusen and the Fjällgårdsbanan lift.

 

If you are just starting out as a runner we recommend the 2.5 km run starting at the ski bridge. It is a fine, slightly hilly tour in beautiful nature. Perhaps end with some exercises in the outdoor gym?

Have a nice run!

 


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