Not that long ago, it was pretty rare to see runners along the gnarly terrain of the White Mountains. But today trail running in the Whites has fully arrived. Doug Mayer discusses mountain running’s long journey.
It was only a year ago that Emily Meehan ran her first trail race, and now she has completed all seven of the USATF-New England mountain running races and has her sights set on next year’s Mount Washington Road Race.
Update: This contest is now closed. With its cool temperatures, crisp air, and beautiful foliage, fall is ideal for running in New England. The only problem is choosing which races to run. What makes that decision easier? Winning a free entry, of course. The Farm to Farm Ultra is generously offering free entry to one […]
It was a sad week for many in the Northeast trail running community, as Chad Denning—an ultra runner, adventure racer, race director, and all-around inspiration—passed away while running at Mount Moosilauke in northern New Hampshire.
It’s not that often that you have three options for signing up for long races at the last minute, but that’s the situation this weekend. There’s an 80k in New York, a 50k in Vermont, and an 18-miler at the border between New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Even better, it’s a long weekend and the weather […]
As summer comes to a close, are you feeling like you haven’t taken advantage of the season’s full buffet of races? Or has your packed summer race schedule simply whetted your appetite for even more racing? Either way, no need to worry. As we head into early fall, the race menu only gets richer! Here […]
The Emerald Necklace Stage Race kicked off in New Hampshire this morning. It may be a a rainy start to the race, but it looks like the runners should have great weather for the next two days as they make their way around the course.
There are only so many perfect summer weekends, and it looks like this might be one of them. So take advantage! We’ve got a couple of races to suggest, but we also have a look back at some of our favorite places to run.
As she raced through Bear Brook State Park with her sister, Emily Biolsi realized that, while running had often served as her refugee, a place to seek solace, it could also be a profound shared experience.