Some pictures can’t be taken, only seen. Visuals so clear, so delicate, in situations so intimate – that moment between yourself and nature – that they can’t be duplicated outside of that one instance in time. Likewise, some experiences can’t … Read the rest
Photos of mountain running and high alpine ridges flood my social media feeds. Athletes atop peaks with goofy smiles on their faces, and I can’t help but smile back at my phone.
I’ll like the photo. And I’ll sigh, thinking … Read the rest
I don’t lack for running partners. As one of the lead members of the TAUR organization I’m pretty recognizable on the trails. My circle of running friends and acquaintances has grown to a number greater than I can count. And … Read the rest
“Just as a journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step, your ultra race begins with solid training.” – Hal Koerner
Even if you’ve been around ultrarunning for a very short time, you have certainly heard … Read the rest
New Balances new mid and outsole technology – Fresh Foam – has now been applied to their new trail shoe, the 980 Trail. The stable, yet comfortable midsole is meant to hold up in the toughest of conditions and provide … Read the rest
TrailandUltraRunning.com COO Craig Lloyd became the first person to complete a run along Skyline Drive, a 112 mile route from I-70 in Central Utah north to Hwy 6 in Spanish Fork Canyon. More than half of the course is over … Read the rest
When we start talking about ultrarunning, our thoughts immediately jump to sporting events. Races, FKTs, multi-stage runs are just some events that pop to mind. However, now for possibly the very first time, ultrarunning is being used for a different … Read the rest
Video captured during the pacing duties of the last 47 miles of the Wasatch 100.
In case you hadn’t noticed, a lot of women like to feel like a woman both on and off the trail. Just like everybody, they are sweating, burping, farting (from what I’ve heard), blowing snot rockets, getting dirty and grunting … Read the rest
When runners think about necessary gear their first thoughts most frequently go to shoes, socks, or maybe hydration systems. Rarely do runners give any considerable thought to their clothing and more specifically, sunglasses. We partnered with Optic Nerve last Fall … Read the rest