ISSUE 133 / 2019


Editor’s Note

Mi Casa Es Su Casa. Miguel Moreno created the UltraHouse, a permanent aid station to all. By Jacqueline Thompson

Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger. Seeking answers to the big questions. By Yitka Winn

The Finish Line. Life-changing experiences coalesce at the end of the race. Photos by Howie Stern

Green Flag, Checkered Flag. Shawna Tompkins spent the first four decades of her life immersed in competitive racing. Then, in 2012, she quit and never looked back. What happened? By Yitka Winn

Everyman’s Exposed 

Waiting for Walmsley. Behind the scenes of Jim Walmsley’s record-breaking 2018 Western States 100 victory.  By Megan Janssen

Run in the Sun. Sun, sand, trails and elevation in the eastern Sierra paradise of Bishop, California, at the 2018 Trail Runner Photo Camp.

Running to Extremes. In Europe, trail runners are heading higher—and some are dying. Will it happen here in North America?  By Doug Mayer

The Godfather. No group of people is more proud of what it has than Minnesota’s trail runners, and no one embodies Minnesota trail runners better than Kurt Decker. By Alex Kurt

Via Valais, The Ultimate Trail. Creating the quintessential trail-running grand tour through the Alps. By Kim Strom / Photos by PatitucciPhoto

Winter Photo Contest Winner

COVER IMAGE: Devon Derby and Tessa Chesser raise some dust in the Buttermilks, Eastern Sierra Nevada, Bishop, California, during the 2018 Trail Runner Photo Camp. Photo by MIKE MCDERMOTT


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