Want maximal cushioning? Think Hoka One One. This brand staked out the maximal cushioning corner of the running shoe market from day one, which for Hoka was in 2009 in France. A decade of innovation has yielded a massive lineup of shoes and much improved (though still, shall we say, attention-grabbing) aesthetics.
On this day in March, my companions and I awoke to the day’s first muted light along Bright Angel Creek at the bottom of the Grand Canyon. It was the eleventh and final day of a backpacking trip that began, we would come to understand, a lifetime earlier, when the first report of community transmission came from California.
The 5 (Plus One) Stages of the Wheels Falling Off in an Ultra – comic. Denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance and of course, repeat.
Are you finally prepped for the adventure you’ve been dreaming of? Before setting out, there is a final important thing to prep: your mind. Even
Safety is the key to enjoying the outdoors. Wild Animals, Getting Lost, Other Peoples. Learn how to deal with it all.
Part Two: Equipment and Supplies With a destination in mind and thorough planning complete, it’s time to pack. As you prepare your equipment and supplies
Part One: Planning What grand adventure idea inspires you? Maybe you’ve seen a photo of an iconic trail and resolved to run there. Maybe a mountain
Yesterday I completed the Tenmile Traverse. I’ve been eyeing this line in my backyard of Summit County, CO for several years. It looked like my
Imagine running a race along a stunning stretch of singletrack. Imagine this race without course markings or aid stations. There’s no banner across the start
From the world of outdoor education, I learned the concept of the “types-of-fun” scale. Type 1 Fun occurs during an activity that is inherently fun