Keri Wallace is the co-founder of Girls on Hills, the UK's only guided trail, fell and skyrunning running company, designed specifically for women. Their guided runs take place in the Glencoe area of the Scottish Highlands and are aimed at women who want to break free from the road and take their running into the mountains. Girls on Hills also recently supported Black Trail Runners in their Ramsay Round Challenge.
Keri is a fell runner, skyrunner, rock climber and writer. She is Summer Mountain Leader (SML) and Rock Climbing Instructor (RCI) qualified and mother of two toddlers. She has been running and racing in the Scottish mountains for 12 years and lives in Glencoe. Keri completed her first mountain marathon in 2007 and has since gone on to win several of these events in various categories.
In this conversation, Keri shares her motivation for starting Girls on Hills, the key challenges that her clients' experience when it comes to taking up hill running and the benefits they experience. She also shares her passion for driving greater inclusivity in the outdoor running community and helping to dismantle the physical and psychological barriers that exist in this space.
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