Training Log: Torino
In the last 7 days:
|activity|| # ||time||miles||km||+m|
| ||Hiking||2|| 4:12:10|| 7.94||(31:46)|| 12.78||(19:44)|| 926|
| ||Running||2|| 2:35:59|| 9.85||(15:50)|| 15.85||(9:51)|| 333|
| ||Mountain Biking||2|| 1:38:02|| 12.57||(7:48)|| 20.22||(4:51)|| 319|
| ||Total||6|| 8:26:11|| 30.35||(16:41)|| 48.84||(10:22)|| 1578|
Mountain Biking 56:38  11.84 km (4:47 / km) +192m 4:25 / km
Still feel kind of tired and not like pushing things, so opted for a small bike ride in beautiful sunshine. Just the right distance and a few smaller trails to do.
Running 33:06  4.01 km (8:15 / km)
My leg muscles felt very tired, so I went with Urs to the Planeyse and did a few laps on the woodchip track; Then I tried to do 6x 200 m pick-ups to get the cobwebs out of my slow-twitch muscles. It didn't work.
Mountain Biking 41:24  8.38 km (4:56 / km) +127m 4:35 / km
Finished my time outside with a loop up and around our place which felt much better.
Running 2:02:53  11.83 km (10:23 / km) +333m 9:06 / km
Exploratory run up to an ancient ruin of the castle of Rochefort and found it! They're re-constructing it or part of it, so I went around and tried to find my way over to the other side of Rochefort to head back down twds home. Then I remembered having seen a picture of an erriatic huge rock with the juniors of our O-club stitting on top. So I went looking for that rock, first by studying my map and then also finding it. It is really huge, sitting on top of a hill (how in the world did it get there??).
I had explored way too long and missed the window of no rain as it started pouring down on me and Urs came and picked me up near-by.
Hiking 2:59:00  7.16 km (25:00 / km) +926m 15:11 / km
We spent the night in St-Luc and went hiking first in the fog (after rainfall at night) up towards Bella Tola. Eventually, the sun came out for good, and we could see our goals up high. Once, I was almost on the crest having my sandwich in front of a shelter hut, I decided to head to the left first as it seemed a pretty trail up on the crest over to a lookout like a beacon over the deep valleys. It was quite exposed but so much fun to get there and back to the shelter hut again. I then followed Urs up to Bella Tola and we chose a different trail down around which was a mistake as it was washed out in many places. Getting back down and feeling quite tired.
We then drove up to Zinal waiting for Sandra, Marc and family as on Sunday Sandra was going to run the famously tough Sierre-Zinal trail race.
Hiking 1:13:10  5.62 km (13:02 / km)
Long way back, see comments before.
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