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Yearning for adventure and beauty, longing for moment of peace, hoping for a breath of fresh air.
Announcing our 2020 Photography calendars, with stunning photos telling of these incredible precious and fragile places we call the wilderness of the West.
Can you be over-prepared when going on an adventure? Or is it good to sometimes just grab your shoes and run for the hills?
How does one access public recreation areas when the surrounding areas are privately owned?
When do you know you’ve done everything you can to prepare for your upcoming race?
These another other topics are discussed in this week’s episode of your favorite neighborhood trail running audio experience.
Sign up and race with us. Our Little Backyard Adventure is just a few days away.
Your hosts dreamily share their favorite National Park lodges. Mt. Rainier and Olympic face off and the word iconic is used a lot. Also, Badwater 135 is discussed, no reasons for that.
Hey, wanna run our Little Backyard Adventure Race for free? Katja Hurt from Wilderness Chaplains is giving away two free race entries. First two who email us/tweet us get in free – any distance – all the fun!
To kick off the summer season your award winning hosts discuss public-private partnerships for our public lands, web toed running buddies, the place Western States Endurance Run has in trail media coverage, and how to break out of your running rut. Some topics were serious, some were silly. You get to guess which ones were which.
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The dreams of mountains are real. Snow is melting rapidly and summits are calling us.
This episode is also our big product review show in the Singletrack headquarters.
Douglas, and his dog, share their thoughts on hats, shirts and socks and Mathias shares his thoughts sandals and boxers. The show concludes of with an in-depth look at the must have book for any trail and mountain runner: Training for the Uphill Athlete, by Steve House, Scott Johnston and Kilian Jornet. Really, get that book.
This week, the guys are back to their normal shenanigans. They discuss tank tops, running Cross Country, training and days off, Everest’s crowding issues, our National Park’s economic impact and, of course, baking. They also dive into the week’s “weather report,” where snowpack levels and safe travel are talked about. This episode is sure to be a favorite for someone. Maybe it will be you!