BIG Peaky Weekender: Bakewell ParkRun (Sat 08:00)
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This event is part of the Outdoorlads *BIG Peaky Weekender* and participation is intended for those attending the weekend event.
Monsal Trail ParkRun (aka Bakewell) is the closest ParkRun to where we will be staying.
The 5km run starts at Hassop Station, Bakewell and is a linear, out and back route along the Monsal Trail.
To compete in a ParkRun and get your official time, you will need to have registered with ParkRun to receive your all important barcode. You will need to bring a hardcopy of this barcode with you, I always keep mine in my phone case.
You run at your own pace, don't be scared that you may be slower than other people, you get to enjoy the view while they run past.
It is an early start 8:00 meet to walk or cycle the 2.5 kms along the Monsal Trail which goes past Thornbridge, to Hassop Cafe. I will leave without you if you're late.
If coming along on the ParkRun, you will be extremely hard-pushed to get back and ready for any event leaving at 10.00am or earlier. There will be events spaced throughout the day. Will, your leader, will be leading a cycle ride at 11.30 am.
Photos: Photos by W Allaway and used with permission.
IMPORTANT! - Participation Statement
You MUST complete a Participation Statement, in addition to booking your event space before attending an OutdoorLads event. You only need to complete this Participation Statement once, not for each event you attend.
Anyone with COVID-19 symptoms, even if they are extremely mild, or who has recently tested positive for Covid-19, is asked not to attend.
What to bring
Your usual jogging outfit, it would be great to see as much ODL branded tops as possible.
Your ParkRun barcode
A spare layer may be useful for when waiting around prior and after the event.
A face-mask if sharing lifts - at the discretion of the vehicle owner.
Food & drink
It is only a short run in the scheme of things. You can bring refreshments to leave in your vehicle.