It’s fall, which means it’s time for the Vermont 50. The sun will be out, the leaves will be turning, and the trails and dirt roads near Windsor, Vt., will be filled with runners and mountain bikers.
There is so much to do this weekend, including not one but two options for ultras with race-day registration.
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.
There aren’t a lot of races on the calendar this weekend, but there plenty of places to get out and run if you’re training for a big fall race, or even if you’re not.
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 […]
Sarah Schlaack writes about why she runs—and why she blogs about running.
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’s a lot going on in the Northeast this weekend, including the first-ever Eastern States 100 deep in the Pennsylvania woods, the TARC Summer Classic in Massachusetts, and the Hampshire 100.
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.
There are a few tempting trail races this weekend, and lots of tasty reading.
Things are a little quieter on the race front this weekend than last weekend, but in the Catskills, about 250 runners will be taking on one of the most challenging trail races around, the Escarpment Trail Run.
The Vermont 100 always makes for a huge weekend in the Northeast’s trail running community, and this year it’s only one of several big races.
It’s another great weekend for getting out for a long run. We’ve got some inspiration: stories of epic mountain adventures.
As this weekend’s Loon Mountain Race, world-class runners will line up alongside hundreds of other runners who may not have a shot at a prize but who will still be out there competing as hard as they can.
As a potter, Mike Tegart has made tens of thousands of mugs. But as a runner, the dozen or so mugs he recently created for the 2014 Loon Mountain Race are likely to stand out in his mind for years to come.