DIRT SPECIAL ISSUE, APRIL 2014
Iceland’s Laugavegurinn Trail delivers a dreamy 55-kilometer odyssey.
Photo by Tim Kemple
Too young to run?
By Bernie Boettcher
A Day in the Life—Dan Lehmann
An up-close look at a West Virginia legend—ultrarunner, race director, logger and family man.
Story and photos by joel wolpert
Best of Everyman’s Exposed
(Not) a Runner’s Story
The author follows in his mother’s 1969 footsteps to run Alaska’s renowned Mount Marathon Race.
By Rickey Gates
The Finish Line
Faces from the Angeles Crest 100-Mile Endurance Run and the Western States 100-Mile Endurance Run.
Photo essay by Larry Gassan
The Word is Chaleureux
Epicurian delights along the Swiss Alps’ welcoming trail-racing circuit.
By Doug Mayer
Is it better to tune in or tune out?
By Sarah Lavender Smith
An original epicenter for trail elites becomes a top town for the average runner.
By Tim Mathis