Kathmandu and Salomon Running Club
Dear Kathmandu Run Club,
In what has been an evolving and challenging time globally, we have decided to postpone Run Club sessions for the time being.
Our priority is your wellbeing. We want everyone to stay healthy and fit, and at the moment this means keeping a respectful distance from one another. We understand this is disappointing, but we look forward to resuming as soon as we can. You can follow the club's Facebook page for updates.
The Kathmandu Team
Sick of slamming down on hard concrete? Trail running offers softer ground that benefits your joints, a training ground to strengthen your legs, a natural environment to boost your immune system and mental health, a whole world of possibilities when it comes to running events and, thanks to our partners Salomon and Kathmandu, the opportunity to meet other passionate trail runners.
What is involved? Professionally coached with different sessions focusing on different skills.
- Explore incredible trails within your own city.
- Put trail running techniques into practice all over the city.
- Meet other people who are passionate about trail running.
- Organised by our partners Salomon and Kathmandu.
WHEN & WHERE? Every Thursday evening at the following locations and times:
Melbourne: Studley Park Boathouse, 1 Boathouse Rd, Kew, 6.00pm. View on Google Maps.
Christchurch: Victoria Park Carpark, 6.15pm. View on Google Maps.
Adelaide: Belair National Park, Railway Station entrance 6.30pm. View on Google Maps.
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