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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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Emigrant Peak FKT by Monte Cole

Emigrant Peak FKT Monte Cole           In early July I found myself driving south through Paradise Valley outside Livingston, MT, with more intention than usual. An old friend…

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Into the Fire

Erin Clark ran the US Trail Marathon National Championships in Moab a few months ago. She had a rough day, but has use that to put some fire in her…

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Adam Peterman Defends USATF Trail Marathon Title

Defending my USATF Trail Marathon Title By Adam Peterman Photo courtesy of ATRA As I lay in the back of my Subaru Outback getting pelted by a mixture of sand…

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A Tale of Two Disciplines: Trail Runner Edition

A Tale of Two Disciplines: Trail Runner Edition By Jesse Carnes Photos by Monte Cole Looking up, I could see a lanky silhouette against the morning sky, loping up the…

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Donation in Honor of Tony Banovich

Click here to donate to the Tony Banovich Memorial Fund. It is with an extremely heavy heart that we announce Tony Banovich passed away in his sleep on October 14th….

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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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Spotting a “Female” in the Mountains by Sara Boughner

Spotting a “Female” in the Mountains By Sara Boughner As I walked into a local coffee shop, I was excited to meet up with a good friend who loves to…

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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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Alternates to Trail by Forrest Boughner

Alternates to Trail By Forrest Boughner   Missoula loves trails and right now being out on dirt is literally (I don’t use literally lightly) saving our sanity. But all this…

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Mud Season by Jeff Mogavero

  Written by Jeff Mogavero At long last, it’s t-shirt weather! Temps are hopping into the 50s and Missoulians are busting outside to soak up some much-needed vitamin D. The…

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Common Ground: Celebrating our Public Lands by Anthony Pavkovich

  On July 10th I wandered out my front door, laced up my shoes, and began jogging away from town and toward the mountains.  At either side were two of…

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Traversing the Northern Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem: Honoring Our Common Ground

Zach Altman high in the Gallatin Range – Credit: Anthony Pavkovich Traversing the Northern Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem: Honoring Our Common Ground By Anthony Pavkovich Sitting on my front porch, my gaze…

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The Continental Divide Route, Part 2 by Jeff Rome

The Continental Divide Route, Part 2 by Jeff Rome “I only went out for a walk and finally concluded to stay out till sundown, for going out, I found, was…

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The Continental Divide Route, Part 1 by Jeff Rome

THE CONTINENTAL DIVIDE ROUTE, Part 1  by Jeff Rome I learned to backpack in Colorado, California, Arizona, through desert, canyons, timberline passes and rocky ridgelines.  Food was kept in the…

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RATBOB 2015 by Steve Brown

RATBOB 2015 by Steve Brown In January the maps rolled out.   Maps of the Bob appear on the kitchen table when the days grow short and the trails icy….

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