Jared’s “Running Up for Air” has become the SLC winter classic. It truly is a blast to hang out with a pile of other runners, all in support of Breathe Utah. There’s lots of great information out there about the
The Wasatch 100 is a fickle mistress. I pine for it all year and then regret its advances while in the throws of embrace. With a couple of weeks between me and this last Wasatch 100 it’s maybe time to
Boasting 12,000(?)ft of climbing in 50km the Speedgoat race seemed like a good challenge and the perfect way to prep for this year’s Wasatch 100. My summer focus has been on climbing – and I thought this would be
The Beatout – one of the quintessential hikes (runs?) of the Wasatch. Found at the back of John Veranth’s Hiking the Wasatch, the route largely follows the rim of Hogum Fork in the heart of the Lone Peak Wilderness.
With a tight window of opportunity I ran south to Grand Staircase in hopes of getting lost in sandstone. I had a couple of ‘running’ routes in mind but somehow settled on a Deer Creek to Boulder Creek loop