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Cumbria offers the perfect contrast of jaw-dropping scenery in tranquil surroundings whilst never being far from a tearoom or country pub
If variety is the spice of life, then North and East Yorkshire are a chicken jalfrezi
With the reintroduction of the Manchester marathon in 2012, running in Greater Manchester is on the up and up
Compared to the great metropolitan centres Manchester and Liverpool, Lancashire is less congested and features some terrific running spots, amid that abundance of great scenery
Merseyside is an area brimming with running activity. One of the most striking features is the nice blend of club and national races, with some superbly organised local events
North Yorkshire is blessed with diverse terrain, including undulating trails, riverside paths, serene countryside and disused railway lines to explore.
South Yorkshire may be landlocked but it more than makes up for it in other ways with an abundance of parkland and rural areas to run in as well as easy access to the Peak District
Tyne & Wear
It's the turn of the Geordies and Mackems as we head to the north east. And when it comes to running in the region, the Great North Run is just the tip of the iceberg
Whether you're after a plod in the Pennines, a riverside run or a canal canter, West Yorkshire has it all!