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Sculptures, Single Track, and Stradivarius in … eastern Montana

  Let’s face it, western Montana is full of amazing singletrack that could keep your trail running bucket list full for several lifetimes. You may not expect to find amazing…

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Meet Adam Peterman!

Helloooo Adam Peterman! You may recognize Adam’s name from his recent win at Western States but there is a lot more to Adam. He is a proud owner of a…

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Lessons from a 250-miler

 Missoula runner Tom Attard recently returned from the Cocodona 250 in Arizona, a point-to-point race that this year stretched over mountains and through red rocks from Prescott to Flagstaff….

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Tim’s Lists: Blue Mountain 30K

Blue Mountain 30K – Credit: Vo von Sehlen/Votography Images/Runner’s EdgeMTC Note: This is part five of Tim Mosbacher’s lists of all-time great performances in Western Montana trail races. Thanks, Tim!Blue…

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Tim’s Lists: Pengelly Double Dip

Taking it to another level: Missoula’s Adam Peterman overcoming Kiefer Hahn’s longstanding course record. Credit: Justin GriggMTC Note: This is part of an ongoing collection of records maintained by Tim Mosbacher…

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2021 Mountain Running Film Festival

 8th Annual Mountain Running Film FestivalMontana Trail Crew invites you to join us on June 3rd at Ogren Park for our 8th annual Mountain Running Film Festival celebrating the trails…

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Running Missoula’s Wildflower Wave

Running Missoula’s Wildflower Wave by Erin Clark Spring is about building your base, celebrating running in shorts again, getting back into terrain that was inaccessible during winter, and wildflowers! My…

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A Guest View of Tim’s Summer(s) on the CDT: Part 7 – The Bob

  A Guest View of Tim’s Summer(s) on the CDT: Part 7 – The Bob By Steve Brown The Bob Marshall Wilderness is an irresistible force. So when I learned…

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Tim’s Summer(s) on the CDT Part 6: Homestake to Blossburg

Summer(s) on the CDT Part 6: Homestake to Blossburg By Tim MosbacherOur Lady of the Rockies above ButteIn the spring of 2020, two years after we left the CDT trail, Ken…

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Tim’s Summer on the CDT Part 5: Chief Joseph to Butte

Summer on the CDT Part 5: Chief Joseph to Butte By Tim MosbacherBig rocks on the CDTWe woke early from our stay at the hot springs.  It was getting harder to…

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Tim’s Summer on the CDT Part 4: Bannock to Chief Joseph

Summer on the CDT Part 4: Bannock to Chief Josephby Tim MosbacherI left off last time where we were drying our gear on top of Bannock Pass, waiting for our…

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Tim’s Summer on the CDT Part 3: Lima to Bannock

 Summer on the CDT Part 3: Lima to Bannockby Tim MosbacherMissoula runner Ken Ellis on the CDTGetting up to leave Lima was difficult.  Resupply was always so relaxing, but rushed…

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Tim’s Summer on the CDT Part 2: Raynolds Pass to Lima

 Climbing up in the Centennial Mountains following Hell Roaring CreekSummer on the CDT Part 2: Raynolds Pass to Limaby Tim MosbacherAfter a night’s rest in Ennis, we got up early…

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Tim’s Summer on the CDT Part I: Yellowstone

MTC Note: Missoula runner Tim Mosbacher loves a challenge. After completing his quest to finish marathons in all 50 states, he found himself dreaming up something new. The following report…

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Missoula’s Trail Running Community by Jeff Mogavero

By Jeff Mogavero   Almost exactly five years ago, I stood somewhere west of Butte on an I-90 on-ramp under the blistering sun. My thumb had been stuck out for…

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Why I Run by Scott Davis

Thank you to Scott Davis for submitting this essay with us; and, for being so open about his journey.  He’s hoping to be able to get it published elsewhere. If you…

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