Unfortunately, the latest Covid restrictions mean the Club has to suspend the Sunday runs for senior members until effectively Sunday 6th December.
However, all is not lost as the Club now has a Library of trail runs on the web site - see Route Maps button at the top of the Home page.
Here you will find 19 greatest hits from Hervines Park, Amersham, the Moor, Chesham and Pub/ trail blazers.
Routes can be downloaded either in PDF format for fans of paper or Formats compatible with wearable tech.
Generally, the routes include distances up to circa 10 miles but with shorter options of about 7/8 miles.
Although designed to have fixed start points the routes can, of course be joined and finished at any point and with an element of map reading prowess tailored to any length to suit.
Why not try running the routes in reverse direction? It is surprising how different the countryside looks approached from different angles.
With 38 options, even without personalisation, there should be sufficient choice to carry us over the next month.
Do you a favourite route to share with the Club? They do not have to follow the current pattern of start/ finish, distance or terrain - road runs are as welcome. Raw details can be converted for uploading to the library.
We wanted to give you an update on this year’s Social Event & Awards Evening.
You will probably be unsurprised to know that it is unlikely that we will be able to go ahead on 4 July, as that will be the first day that our venue - Amersham & Chiltern Rugby Club - might be able to host us in accordance with the Government’s Covid-19 Recovery Strategy.
After a short break from #HarriersChallenges, we've come up with two absolutely great ones for you to get stuck into. Given we think you'll want to take a little longer to think through / perfect your entries for these ones, you have until 1159 PM on Sunday 21 June to submit your entries. Read on...
Next weekend's #HarriersChallenge will be in honour of #VEDay75.
Well, we’ve had the musical edition, the Easter edition, the home-schooling edition… it was about time we had the cheeky edition ;-)
So this week, we want to know what you’re up to during lockdown. Whether that be running, baking up a storm, building a wall or alphabetising your music collection, we want to see you doing it in your Club kit.
For those of you who follow the Club's social media accounts, you will have seen that Harriers have been back to school this week, completing Katie Royals' home-schooling challenge!
22 Harriers joined in. Each were allotted a letter to 'draw' on Strava / Garmin Connect and then asked to post the results. As letters appeared, people guessed at what the mystery phrase could be.
After a great response we can reveal that the phrase was:
The advent of Spring is usually synonymous with new beginnings. Currently it can be difficult to see beyond the darkness, fear and anxiety. But, the glimmer of sun we’ve seen this past week and the clocks going forward tonight should serve as a reminder that a fresh start will come.
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