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Fit Girlz For Life!: Things I learned on my 2nd... →
fitgirlzforlife: Numero Uno: My mom and I need to take a pic of more than ONE sign because every thing in the woods look the same and we got lost AGAIN Numero dos: I have no choice but to get rid of my fear of dogs b/c this time not only did they want to sniff be, but also lick me *barf*…yes that’s real…
stairway-to-fit: I wanted to run 20kms but the flat i usually run on was closed because of some damn hunters (grrrrr), so I decided to run the small mountain 5k away from my house. So today: 5km uphill to the start of the mountain + 3km running uphill to the top of the mountain + 8km running downhill home= 16km in 1h46 the view on the top was amazing, i could see all the alps around my city ...
Boulder Tumblr Rec: Stuff I See On My Run
boulderweeklymedia: Gorgeous photos from around Boulder County. Follow ‘em!
The Austrälian: Getting lost at Safjället. →
mostovoi: So tonight I had my last run before the race this saturday. It was a beautiful evening, I slowly ran towards the forrest and put my jumper and water bottle in the plastic bag i had brought with me, I tied it to the fence and off i went! I took off at quite some pace and my legs felt really perky…
Just Another Running Blog: Montana Trail Running →
jeffamble: Trail running… I thought I knew… Terese and I went to Montana for a week and stayed with some friends at their place in a valley in the Gallatin National Forest, completely sourounded by mountains. We did a lot of things that would be worth writing about, but I’ll stick with the running. I ran 4…
grigri614: What started out as a 20 minute run, turned out to be an hour fifteen minute adventure through under used trails and awesome terrain. What/When was your last ADVENTURE!?
360 panoramic picture from my run today →
If for a moment you are inclined to regard these taluses as mere draggled,...– John Muir, (The Fountains and Streams of the Yosemite National Park, The Atlantic Monthly, Vol LXXXVII, January 1901, No DXIX, page 565)
The Urban Trail Running Frontier →
alexabboud: My latest, on why cities should embrace trail races: The trail running field is, however, wide open. The Edmonton (road) Marathon started 20 years ago, with only 50 participants. It’s 19th iteration last year saw more than 1900 people finish the full or half; Calgary’s, while the longest-running in Canada, was a minor event until recently. It’s not implausible at all to think that...
Things I learned during my first trail race
runningkid: If you focus on giving a thumbs up to the camera instead of focusing on the trail, you will wipe out and very nearly take the photographer with you. If you think you’re going in the right direction, do not follow someone else off trail. If you leave the trail, you will have a blast and a half. you will also lose your place as first female and you will get 10 million cuts from...
yourearunnerwhen: When therapy comes in the form of your feet hitting the trail for 12 miles.