Love to run? Visiting Edinburgh? We are the first & original running tour of Edinburgh, so look no further.
I love running and I love Edinburgh. So let me share this love with you by taking you on a tour through or around or stunning city on foot, combining some site seeing with the enjoyment of running at a pace that you set. Whether it’s your first time visiting or you are a regular visitor to Edinburgh, you’ll find that a running tour can not only keep you active during your trip, but allow you to see things from a different perspective. I know, as a runner, that you always take your trainers with you to squeeze in a quickie when you can, but you’re not always sure about the best route to see the most of a city, this is where I come in.
Rain, hail or shine…..I head out in all conditions so please come prepared.
Running is without doubt the best way to see a new city, get your bearings, hear some stories and pick up some tips from locals.
My PERSONALISED RUNNING TOURS are completely customisable to the time of day, distance and sights you want to see. I can design tours from 3 to 30 miles! Any level of runners welcome, you set the pace, and we take time along the way for some photos too.
Edinburgh Run is brought to you Lucja Leonard.
About your guide:
Running has become a big part of my life since turning to running to help her lose weight about 7 years ago. From the shy beginnings of 10km runs, she is now an accomplished ultra runner and has a real passion for sharing this new found love of running.
I have completed numerous marathons such as Edinburgh (of course) Amsterdam, London (twice), Philadelphia, Marathon Du Medoc (wine!), Nice to Cannes, Manchester and Bacchus Marathon (yes more wine!), to completing ultra marathons such as multi stage ultra Kalahari Augrabies Extreme Marathon (160 miles fully sufficient race through South African desert-coming 2nd Lady twice!), Pilgrims Ultra (66 miles over 2 days on North Downs Way) multi stage ultra Marathon Des Sables running 250km through the desert, Transgrancanaria (125km single stage) and Transvulcania (73km single stage) . For more details on the races please see my blog at www.runningdutchie.wordpress.com.