Cowm Reservoir 5k

This week saw a return to the trail championships in a GP double header, the first of which being a potentially record breaking turnout. 45 Toddies turned out on a warm Tuesday evening to have a blast around the now 5k Cowm Res 5k race. A short uphill start (which doubles as a quick downhill finish) is the only “tough” …

Matt FlanaganCowm Reservoir 5k

Duddon Valley Fell Race – 02/06/22

The bank holiday weekend came up trumps with the weather for the Todmorden Harriers who descended on the Duddon Valley for the annual fell race. The event is a classic fell race covering 18 miles around the head of the Duddon Valley with 6000ft of climb over Harter, Hardknott, Little Stand, Swirl How, Dow Crag, White Pike and Caw. In …

Matt FlanaganDuddon Valley Fell Race – 02/06/22

Hebden Bridge Fell Race

Thursday evening saw the overdue return of the “That’s so Hebden Bridge Fell Race”, organised by Todmorden Harriers, and led by Nick Barber and his team of helpers. On a beautiful but windy evening, runners were led on a 6 mile route up to Stoodley Pike from Calder Holmes Park and back via Erringden Moor. First over the line for …

Matt FlanaganHebden Bridge Fell Race

Cape Wrath Ultra

Whilst the rest of us have been getting on with our every day lives, a bunch of hardy souls headed to North West Scotland to take on the Cape Wrath Ultra, which follows the 400km Cape Wrath Trail through the rugged and remote terrain on North West Scotland over an 8 day stage race, which accumulative times making up the …

Matt FlanaganCape Wrath Ultra

Calderdale Way Relay

Arguably the biggest club event of the year happened this Sunday with 48 Toddies taking part in the calderdale way relay. The vets team unfortunately fell a couple of minutes shy of retaining the vets trophy once again but were comfortably 2nd by almost an hour. The open team had a stormer of a day on the fells and finished …

Matt FlanaganCalderdale Way Relay

Bluebell Trail Race – 8th May 2022

There were two Todmorden Harriers taking part in the Bluebell Trail race on Sunday 8th May. The race is a 10.3-mile multi terrain race through woodlands, canal towpaths, trails and cobbles streets. The unique course incorporates some of the most scenic views within the heart of Yorkshire, the infamous Trooper Lane and a refreshing river crossing to finish. Mark Tempest …

Matt FlanaganBluebell Trail Race – 8th May 2022