The historic ultramarathon in Vermont was canceled due to historic floods and a state of emergency. This didn’t stop race organizers and runners from helping out those in need.
More users. Resource extraction. Climate change. The plain-old passage of time. Between it all, trails can be damaged or even disappear – so there’s never been a better or more urgent time to do trail work.
In the third installment of The Backyard Stories, we travel to Telluride, Colorado, to talk with mountain athlete, Dani Reyes - Acosta about connecting food, outdoor adventure, and water.
In the first installment of The Backyard Stories, we travel to Marin County, California, to talk with elite ultrarunner and Protect Our Winters alliance captain Stephanie Howe about parenthood, farmers markets, and baking the perfect galette.
California’s Largest Wildfire Of 2022 Is Currently Burning The Western States 100 Mile Endurance Run Course
Here’s what we know about the Mosquito Fire, how local communities are being affected, and what Western States 100 race organizers are doing to respond.
Elite athlete and 2022 Canyons 100K winner Jazmine Lowther is taking her passion for mountains and a career in environmental science to compete at CCC this month.
Plastic is simultaneously saving and smothering us. Here’s how the trail running community can help.
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