Each run takes around 25 -45 mins depending upon our target pace and location.
Albert Dock and Historic Waterfront run
Starting from the Royal Liver Building on the River Mersey we’ll head south along the waterfront seeing the canal basin and new Museum of Liverpool. Passing the largest group of Grade 1 listed buildings in the UK we’ll glimpse the Tate Gallery and then head off along the Strand. We’ll pass some unique connections to the Titanic, see the handiwork of 19th century French prisoners and race home for an unusual and iconic view of the Pier Head.
Liverpool City Centre run
Starting at the Pier Head and heading north we’ll swing back into town following the line of one of the city’s original seven medieval streets. There’s a secret bunker, a superlambanana, [huh?] as well as the Victorian splendour of St George’s Hall and our beautifully restored Central Library. For Beatles fans you’ll see where it all began, then it’s off to the old, and new, Liverpool with the new retail district and a final run along the spectacular waterfront.
The Two Cathedrals run
We have two cathedrals each majestic in their own way, and this is your chance to see them at first hand. Liverpool’s skyline is made more dramatic by the sandstone ridge on which the city and the cathedrals are built, so to do this run… you’ll need to be ok climbing an elevation of around 50m (150ft). We’ll run through the city centre, up, and up to the wonderful Hope Street and then take a very unusual detour below ground before heading home to the Liver Building.
Georgian Liverpool run
Think you know Liverpool? Prepare to step back in time, way, way before Liverpool One and the Liver Building. This is another 2km hill climb to the terraced streets and churches of the Georgian era. See where the BBC has filmed its period dramas, where quiet streets could double for Belgravia in London and then we’ll scoot past the oldest building in Liverpool city centre – can you see the 18th century grafitti?