In Europe, trail runners are heading higher—and some are dying. Will it happen here in North America?
Since 2007, more than four million people have joined the team.
Combine your journalism skills and passion for the trails here in Carbondale, Colorado.
Logan Polfuss never feared death. What he feared most was not living.
Crowds flocked to the small town of Keswick in northern England Sunday, July 8, to watch Kilian Jornet break the most famous and arguably the toughest record in British fell (mountain) running.
In an excerpt of his book North, Scott Jurek tells the story of setting the Appalachian Trail FKT two years ago, and finding new strength in the process.
How Gordon Ainsleigh qualified to run the 2018 Western States 100
A centennial celebration of the Dipsea Hike, the first all-women's footrace, brings attention to the journey of the female athlete