Posts filed under: Where to Run

By Cara Marrs Steamboat Springs, Colorado Far off the hustle and bustle of I-70, nestled in the NW corner of Colorado, a mere 26 miles from the Wyoming border, lies...
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By Lynne Petre When my husband was accepted into grad school in Pittsburgh and we moved across the country from Denver, I was unsure what to expect when it came...
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By: Lisa Perky      Feature photo by: Myke Hermsmeyer College Station College Station, TX is a town usually only known to college football fans and women who have every word...
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Nevada City, California By Sarah Thacher Hometown Summary My partner Sam and I moved to Nevada City last March to work a season at an organic family farm. We were...
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Ogden, Utah! By: Tara Warren Hey guys. You may have heard of my little mountain town before… Ogden, Utah? It’s about 45 minutes north of Salt Lake City and over...
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Bellingham, Washington By: Maria Dalzot In 2011, I was racing in the Canadian Cross Country Championships in Vancouver, British Columbia and then 3 weeks later, I was racing the Club...
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Washington DC/Arlington, VA By: Samantha Strong Washington, DC is unlike any other city. Underneath the political exterior lies a city rich with history, community, and trails. While Washington itself isn’t...
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Leadville, Colorado By: Katherine Williams Leadville is known for its ultra-elevation, charming downtown, and the lingering “can do” spirit of the miners of the late 1800s. Although 6th Street, Hope...
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Asheville, North Carolina By: Ashley Hunter Arnold My partner Austin and I moved to Asheville early last Spring, just as the weather turned warm but not yet humid and still...
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Squamish, British Columbia By: Tara Holland Squamish, British Columbia is a community of about 20,000 people nestled at the north end of Howe Sound in the Sea to Sky Corridor....
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Iowa City, Iowa By: Kelly Teeselink I live in Iowa. I know you think Iowa is flat and that we grow potatoes, but neither is true! Well, ok, parts of...
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