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UK offers some of the best places for running. The current Wild running guide offers 6 places for running. Lake District is a huge spectacular place that offers running in the wild. Ullswater shore in the North gives a picturesque view of the area while running.
A classic location for running is the Fairfield Horseshoe. Every May a race is held over the route that gives a good option for racing. To the stark opposite is the southern region of the district where wild running occurs in Wast Water and Wasdale. Joss Naylor is from Wasdale and is the training ground for him. He has crossed walking miles in his career by training in the Lake District.
The route of Hallen Fell provides a best route for a loop of 3 mile running. The toughness is moderate in the area. The ascent is 391 meters. The village of Hartsop leading to the beacon covers a distance of 6 and half miles with 632 meters of ascent. The Wainrights provides a running terrain which gives spectacular view of Loughrigg Fells- Distance of 11 miles with an ascent of 974 meters. It is a classic route.
The route of Wasdale gives a fine running experience with a distance of 10 and half miles and has an ascent of 1707 meters. The loop of Wetherlam with a distance of 8 miles and an ascent of 714 meters is a good running zone. The valley of Langdale runs alongside the Elter Water that houses the lake of swans that provides a serene backdrop for running. It covers a distance of four and a half miles with an ascent of 162 meters.
The navigation is easy that abounds wood surrounding the area of Lake District with moderate toughness.
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Derek Haines, the Charity fund raising champ, targets to bring up $ 1 million from 6 marathons runs this year. Though he is sixty five years old, yet there is no sign of getting slow in his busy schedule. At an age when most men of that age tend to change television channels sitting at home, Haines is all set to embark on his most demanding year with 26.1 mile races spread between America, Asia and Europe.
Already, he has around 3rd of that amount plighted and he is confident that he would gather the money by the end of the year when he would complete the series with Cayman Islands Marathon race on 7th December.
A leading website reported that Derek Haines told that this is an exciting challenge but he is sure that he is up to this, although this is twice the number he has ever run in a year before. This is also the largest appeal he has ever been involved in directly but, if earlier fund raisers are a guide, he is quite confident that he would be able to raise the required amount for this very necessary facility.
He added that people have been quite generous with their support and most of them understand the need for a care facility of this kind. He has already received promises of substantial funding and of other means of completing this project. A million dollars is a large amount but they could raise it.