Thanks a lot to Tyler Wasson for writing this post about his experience of Nepal’s Stupa to Stupa Ultra Trail Race in 2017. Here we go! I signed up for this race at the last minute and within a week I found myself climbing the 365 steps to the starting line at Swayambhunath – also […]
It should be a compulsory walk for every visitor to Kathmandu! Shivapuri is to the north of the valley and easy to get to with public transport, something like Rs 20 in a white hiace van.
Change your shoes every (500km or so) say the manufacturers. If you run on roads and still heel strike, then maybe the advice is not as self-seeking as it seems to a sceptic like me. Since I started running mid-foot (simply by pushing both nipples forward by 1 cm) it seems the shoe has become […]
This is a nice run. Rice padi, mud, water, green, nature, people. No blacktop, just browntop and muddy trails with a few hills and good varied terrain.
If you are looking for a great way to combine Trail running and trekking, the Langtang and Helambu trek is a winner and offers a lot of potential for anything from three days to more than a week of great mountain running. A year ago I ran from Sundarijal along the wonderful ridge connecting Shivapuri […]
A great and not too difficult run very close to Kathmandu. You can find an earlier post about this he with a different decent: http://trailrunningnepal.org/2010/05/jamacho-in-the-kathmandu-valley/ The hard bit is done upfront, and that is giving the price of a beer just to walk in the gate. Then the second hard part is the 5km to […]
Moire went running again heading south from Patan and this is the result!
Kathmandu valley is a bowl surrounded by hills on all sides. There are four prominent ones Pulchowki (2765 m), Shivapuri (2725 m), Jamacho (2095 m) and Champa Devi (2509 m). Of all of the peaks, Champa Devi perhaps looks the steepest and least accessible, but, apart from the paths being a little narrow and less […]