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Come and see Scott Jurek speak on Tuesday, April 2nd at the Wasatch Running Center.
Should be fun!
If you’ve spent any time in Salt Lake City over the winter, you know that we have real air quality problems here. While bigger cities like Los Angeles might get more recognition for having dirty skies, the truth is that Salt Lake City in the winter oftentimes has some of the worst air quality in [...]
It looks to me like they’ve opened up more spots for the Moab Red Hot 33K/55K.
This race usually fills the summer before, so get ‘em while they’re, um, hot.
You want me to run up that hill?! Are you serious because I swear to god, I am not in the mood for jokes. (Tahoe Rim Trail 100)
For the first time in I-don’t-even-know-how-long, the Squaw Peak 50isn’t going to hold a lottery because it didn’t fill.
Runner coming down from Windy Pass (via Davy Crockett)
In fact, there are still 75 spots available. Crazy! Go forth and register.
I gave these guys some money today. Watch the trailer below and then make a donation. Please and thank you.
Finding Traction Trailer from Partnership Productions on Vimeo.
Hey, you know who else has a 400M ski jump?!
We gotta do this.
Let’s not forget that what we do can be pretty dangerous. Last weekend, there was the tragic death of Teresa Farriol at Ultra Cavalls del Vent and then news of a local runner nearly dying after sliding down a cliff in Alaska.
Careful out there, kids.
I find this extremely useful and others might too:
WASATCH MOUNTAIN CLUB HIKE LISTING & RATINGS TABLE
This Friday, we’ll line up at the starting line in Kaysville and look up into the night sky, knowing that where the stars stop, somewhere, four-thousand feet above, lies the range that we’ll be traveling for a hundred miles on foot to our destination.
The race will begin and we’ll run over the mountains and up [...]