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Our heritage is in winter and the mountains.

1403, 2018

A Trip to Havasupai

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On Valentine's Day, a group of runners visited Havasupai with the greater mission of preventing uranium mining. Roughly 170 miles west of Flagstaff, nestled in the western edge of the Grand Canyon, lies the village of Supai, home of the Havasupai Tribe. The reservation was established in 1880, but access is not easy. The only ways into the village are by foot or pack animal via a 7-mile trail, or [...]

2702, 2018

From Start to Finish

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So far, Flagstaff’s winter has produced trace amounts of measurable snow. It’s been one of the worst winters on record, and the tail end of our favorite season doesn’t look promising. But against all odds that didn’t translate into a poor turnout for this year’s GORE-TEX® Kahtoola Uphill. And with our 11th year now in the books—a lack of snow aside—we have a lot worth celebrating. Once the calendar flipped [...]

301, 2018

A WINTER Bob Graham Round

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Why would I want to run around 42 rugged Lake District fells totaling 105km and 8,700m of ascent/descent in winter? I was missing something this last year. I hadn’t felt that huge sense of pride and achievement you get when you really test yourself and overcome a challenge, especially when the outcome is uncertain. My 2017 running year had been […]

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