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Trail Running

I love getting lost in the wilderness. Trail running is one of the best ways to do it!
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Fall is one of my favorite seasons for getting outside and the North Cascades, with their iridescent green-ish/gold larches and fiery red and orange foliage, put on the best show in the state! Check out my favorite four fall hikes!

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This time of year just about every Seattleite is ready for sun! The solution? Pack your sunscreen and running shoes and book a flight to sunny Sedona, Arizona! A long weekend amongst its magical red rocks will leave you rebalanced, recharged, reenergized. And you’ll get a nice suntan too!

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Earlier this year I spent Memorial Day weekend exploring Stehekin and running part of the Lakeshore Trail along Lake Chelan. We’re so lucky to have such an amazing place in our backyard!

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Ironic isn’t it that I ran the coldest trail race I’ve ever done at one of the hottest places on earth? Go figure. No one believes me when I say I almost froze to death in Death Valley.

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XTERRA Nationals was the race of the year for me and I simply can’t think of enough positive words for a fun day spent running a beautiful, challenging course and meeting great people.

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Ah, the beautiful Methow Valley, pretty much my second home. It’s paradise in this little secluded valley. I almost don’t want word to get out – I like to keep it all to myself! I’m always happy to spend time here so I couldn’t pass up running my first Rainshadow

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Last weekend I volunteered at Rainshadow Running’s Yakima Skyline Rim 25k/50k race and found out first-hand that volunteering at a James Varner event is just as epic as running it. It’s one of the most fun weekends I’ve ever had and reconfirmed the awesomeness of the entire trail running community.

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