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Go! Running Tours in the UK, show you this country of four nations the way the locals see it. Not only do you learn about the main attractions, but you combine it with your passion for running.

Our guided runs show you capital cities such as Edinburgh and Cardiff as well as the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution in Manchester. But it’s not just the major sights you get with our tours. Your personal running guide tells you all about how they see the city and will show you the local hotspots.

So when you’re visiting the island nation, why not try a unique sightrunning experience? Our running tours in the UK are a fun, healthy and eco-friendly way of discovering the country.

From the highlands of Scotland to coastal Wales via the birthplace of the industrial revolution and the north-eastern tip of the Emerald Isle, we cover all aspects of the United Kingdom. There are fantastic running routes both for city runs and for trail running all over the country. Our running tours in the UK show you all of the different facets that make up this island nation.

Our guided runs show you what made Britain the country it is today. You can get the national history, the hidden gems and your daily workout all in one. For example, you can see the grey and green of Edinburgh that opens the city like no other sightseeing experience. Remember, your friendly local guide will be happy to answer any questions and stop for those all-important photos.

The London Marathon is the cream of the British running race calendar, but there are challenges for you everywhere. The Great North Run also welcomes runners from all over the year to show their stuff on a massive stage. With a recent wave in popularity, running in the United Kingdom is booming, so ride the wave and explore the country while scratching your running itch.

So with such a diverse country to explore and so little time, check out our running tours in the UK. You’ll discover iconic sights and little-known gems of the country as you rack up the kilometres on your Strava. What could be better?