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February 21, 2019 by Lisa Pozzoni

As someone who has been DFL (Dead F*@&ing Last) in races before and coaches mid-to-back of the packers, I have some good knowledge and experience to share on this topic.

February 20, 2019 by Amanda Roe

Goal-setting. That’s an easy topic for most of us trail runners. The next race, the next adventure run, the next big fat ass* are always at the ready.

February 13, 2019 by Monique Seitz-Davis

Periods: they’re historical, physical, and emotional roller coasters that, as women, we’re taught to hide. Consequently, the menstrual cycle goes by many alternative names: Aunt Flow, Crimson Tide, On the Rag, Lady Business, or Moon Time—just to name a few. But my favorite one of all is the Red Badge of Courage. The Red Badge ... Read moreRunning with the Red Badge of Courage

February 12, 2019 by Elizabeth Carey

A group of Trail Sisters in the Pacific Northwest responds to a snafu with suggestions for increasing female participation in races.

February 7, 2019 by Ashley Hunter Arnold

I hope we can all agree on the importance of honesty or, in yogic terms, satya (truthfulness) in how we live our lives. As we usher in a new year, many of us may also be thinking about this in terms of living authentically with our truths: What does it look like to live exactly ... Read moreHonesty.

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Back of the Packers

As someone who has been DFL (Dead F*@&ing Last) in races before and coaches mid-to-back of the packers, I have some good knowledge and experience to share on this topic.

Amanda Roe

Wellness Goal Setting

Goal-setting. That’s an easy topic for most of us trail runners. The next race, the next adventure run, the next big fat ass* are always at the ready.

PC Jeff Fisher

It’s Cold. Head Colds.

It finally feels and looks like winter in Bellingham! February 2nd and we finally got to see our first frosting of snow in town. It’s cold enough that the white stuff is sticking around for a

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Running with the Red Badge of Courage

Periods: they’re historical, physical, and emotional roller coasters that, as women, we’re taught to hide. Consequently, the menstrual cycle goes by many alternative names: Aunt Flow, Crimson Tide, On the Rag, Lady Business, or Moon Time—just

Honesty.

I hope we can all agree on the importance of honesty or, in yogic terms, satya (truthfulness) in how we live our lives. As we usher in a new year, many of us may also be

The Trailhead

Trail Run Adventure Grant

Presented by Merrell

This grant was created to help fund trail run adventure opportunities for women who want to explore, inspire, and share their experience with others. 

Run With Her Retreats

Presented by Camelbak

These women’s only retreats are open to 20 participants each and will be hosted in Boulder, Colorado and North Conway, New Hampshire.

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Beth Baker

Seattle, Washington

Hilary LeBeuf

Mexico City, Mexico

Darcy Piceu

Boulder, Colorado

Tara Warren

Ogden, Utah

Brigid Pickett

Colorado Springs, Colorado

Sarah Coombs

Boulder, Colorado

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