Trail Running

Pfeifferhorn Summit in winter – Trip Report

“It’s not the mountain we conquer, but ourselves. “  – Sir Edmund Hillary Pfeifferhorn (AKA Little Matterhorn) stands tall in the middle of the Wasatch range at 11,331 feet. Remote in the Lone Peak Wilderness, Pfeifferhorn isn’t an easy peak to access and becomes even more difficult in winter. May the fourth be with you! …

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Gear Review: Montrail Mountain Masochist Trail Running Shoes

Montrail Mountain Masochist IV OutDry – Review The Montrail Mountain Masochist is a serious shoe for serious runners! If you need something sturdy and solid that can match the rugged, muddy, wet, rocky, and masochistic trail running you do, this is a great all-around trail shoe. Grip 9.5/10Durability 8.5/10Protection 9.5/10Fit 9.0/10Waterproofing 9.5/10 Editor’s Overall Rating …

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Gear Review: Montrail Mountain Masochist Trail Running Shoes

Winter trail running doesn’t have to be hard, cold, or scary.

I remember my first winter trail running experiences well. I was on the wrestling team in high school and during the season, we had practice six days a week for two hours on the mat and coach had us run at least three times a week. This was in January in Utah. In Utah, winter …

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Winter trail running doesn't have to be hard, cold, or scary.

Learn how to hike faster for more time to adventure

“It is a mistake to think that moving fast is the same as actually going somewhere.” ― Steve Goodier I’ve learned to hike faster to get to the summit, the lake, the waterfall, get to the canyon, or the climbing wall, or just to finish the loop. Sure, I’ll stop and enjoy the views along the way, …

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Learn how to hike faster for more time to adventure
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