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Salomon Golden Trail Series preview, Ultimate Tsaigu Trail, The secrets of the Trento Film Festival & Walks around Britain on HorizonSports this week

Salomon Golden Trail 2018 review and preview of 2019
This programme looks back at the 2018 Salomon Golden Trail series dropping in at the most amazing mountain races in the world where the world’s best trail-runners such as Kilian Jornet, Sage Canaday, Thibaut Baronian, Emelie Forsnerg, Ida Nilsson, Ruth Croft among many others experience local culture and are challenged by spectacular landscapes.

The secrets of the Trento film festival
The secrets of the oldest and most prestigious mountain film festival are revealed in this exciting exclusive interview with Sergio Fant, head of film programming at the Trento Film Festival. Sergio touches the main outdoor film topics such as, the environment, the increasing role of women climbers and film directors, recent climbing tragedies, sports mountaineering and valuable insights on the criteria for choosing a film and a lot more.

Ultimate Tsaigu Trail 2019
With a strong international presence, 2019 Ultimate TsaiGu Trail has established itself among the biggest professional ultra trail races in China. The course is located in the Kuocang Mountains of Linhai City, where the roads are rugged and the vegetation is dense. The route is composed of sand tracks, forest fire roads, gravel roads through streams as well as old highways. The race starts and ends at Xingshanmen Square in Linhai Ancient Great Wall Scenic Area. This year there were three races of 110 kilometers, 80 kilometers and 50 kilometers. The longest route included a total descent of 6,600 meters over 10 mountain peaks each over 1,000 meters height.

Walks Around Britain
Ningwood to Yarmouth / Huggate to Thixendale

The full Isle of Wight Coastal Path is a 67 mile trek all around the island… but there are fantastic short walks taking in parts of the Coast Path, like this one.  Starting from Ningwood inland, the walk joins the Coastal Path all the way to the harbour town of Yarmouth.
The second walk is a short walk along part of the 79 mile Yorkshire Wolds Way, from Huggate to Thixendale – proving there’s great little walks to be done along the epic lengths of England and Wales’ National Trails.

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