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Get in Shape - Training Hike Series - Getting Ready for the Bigger Hikes

This is a continuation of a series of training hikes for those with a desire to hike the big hikes, such as Fiery Gizzard, Honey Creek, Virgin Falls, but don't feel as if you are ready. This is also a great way for new members to begin the adventure - it is close to home, slower paced, and less intimidating.

Radnor Park is a perfect place to begin, because the many trails permit ever increasing levels of difficulty, as well as places to exit should one become fatigued and wish to finish sooner.

We will adjust our event to accommodate the group, and may separate into sub-groups in order to cater to individual needs.

All I ask is that you bring an intent to stick with it and progress to a higher level of fitness. Your initial fitness level is not important - only your desire to improve.

If this proves to be popular, I will consider making it a regular Sunday event.

Bring water. Bring a friend, or two, or ten...

Dogs are not permitted on the trails in Radnor Park.

Your feedback is encouraged, and will help make this a successful event.

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  • Kate Bennett C.

    good work out

    December 30, 2012

  • Donna P.

    So sorry, will miss this morning...

    December 30, 2012

  • Andrea

    Wanted to add that walking in my hilly neighborhood hasn't bothered my tendon/calf either.

    December 29, 2012

  • Andrea

    I would like to start hiking again and was wondering if I could join. I was off because I was training for a half marathon. My question I got a little bit of tendonitis from running but I can still walk and do the elliptical. Is hiking probably still ok? I may go to the gym today and walk on an incline on the treadmill and see how it feels before RSVPing here.

    December 29, 2012

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