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Announcing our 2020 Photography calendars, with stunning photos telling of these incredible precious and fragile places we call the wilderness of the West.
Before the first big snow of the season, your faithful hosts each squeeze in one more adventure. Doug heads to Lake Solitude at Grand Teton National Park and Mathias finally fulfills his dream of running the Enchantments in the Alpine Lakes Wilderness above Leavenworth, Washington.
You guessed it, those runs were as awesome and rewarding.
Fall is here, and with that come cooler runs in unpredictable weather. Mathias announces plans for a possible new race in Capitol Forest and Doug gives us the insight scoop on the history of the mountain goats on the Olympic Peninsula. So long, goats, you’ve been fun but have overstayed your welcome. Also, a review of HANAH Herbal Superfoods.
He did it! Douglas got the monkey off his back. Last weekend he finished The Rut 50k in Big Sky, Montana. A brutal and beautiful mountain trail race that captured his heart, stole his soul, and almost broke his leg. This is Doug’s story. A tale of endurance, desperation, and joy. Oh, and how much do we love those Kaiser hills now?
If we would’ve packed anymore topics into this week’s episode our mics would’ve melted… and your headphones exploded. We talk about friendly neighborhood cats. New adventuress beyond the neighborhood and upcoming races and other ultra news.
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Your favorite hosts haven’t always been professional trail running podcasters. This episode takes a look at the early days of friendship, wilderness and adventures and crazy business ideas, that included Sasquatch Tours, picnic tables on downtown streets and braised pork knuckles in Leavenworth.
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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.
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