Rašica, then long way home

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Sunday morning, 7 am. The plan is to have a 16 kilometers long run with some hills on the way. The route is towards Rašica hill and then back home on the road around it.

It's cold and foggy. 3 degrees, supposedly. First cows, then horses greet me on the way through the Magpie's valley and to the village.

Just below the village, the first sun rays break through the fog.

Last tails of fog are passing through the village. I took several foggy autumn landscape photos. They'll be published in a separate, #stockphotos article.

To the west, the hill is already clear from the fog.

After six kilometers here is the top of Rašica hill with its tower.

New shoes, Salming Elements 3 enjoyed the run so far immensely.

Returning on a gravel road around the hill sun is sending its rays through the trees.

Isn't it great to be able to run in such surroundings?

I returned through the valley to make the run long enough. In the end, it was 16 kilometers exactly with 450 meters of climb. Pace and time weren't important.

#automaticwin, easily achieved.

This was the last longer run before the coming weekend. On Wednesday I plan an evening and night hike/run in the forest to test the headlamps.


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Proof of Run on Strava

This run on Strava | Strava profile


All the physical activity data that I display in my @exhaust and @actifit reports is gathered with the help of Coros Pace sports watch and displayed with Coros app.


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It's cold and foggy. 3 degrees, supposedly. First cows, then horses greet me on the way through the Magpie's valley and to the village.

16.03 km running in that cold? That is something I probably would not do. But I will certainly try the Coros application. Looks like a good fitness application

I give you some !PIZZA.

Have a nice day and have a nice weekend. All the best.
Greetings from Hungary.

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Hello and thanks for the comment.

You need a Coros watch to be able to use the Coros app :) Pace is the entry model, worth 200 €. In my opinion, Coros watches are the best, better than Garmin and Polar.

It was 3 degrees when I started. Out of the fog, it was warmer, around 10. Yet, then I returned back down and into the fog and it was cold again. Next time I'll take my running gloves with me :)

Have a great remainder of this Sunday.

!invest_vote

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Pace is the entry model, worth 200 €.

Okay, then I will not try the Coros application either.
€200 EUR is almost/nearly my monthly pension-like income.

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:)

It's a very good app yet dedicated for Coros watches only.

I am not using any general apps so I can't recommend one to you, sorry.

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