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.
The fastest known time for the 15.4-mile Double Moosilauke route is an insane 3:16:23. So how long would it take a normal runner?
On the day after finishing third in the Mount Washington Road Race, Sage Canaday took on the Presidential Traverse.
A guide for those runners who aren’t going to set any records but still want to give this classic route a try.
If 2013 was the year of the fastest known time, we are declaring 2014 the year of the normal runner time.
Two weeks ago, Jesse Veinotte and Justin Contois set out to try to run the Midstate Trail, which travels the entire length of central Massachusetts.
RJ Thompson talks to Nathan Sports about developing the perfect pack for his attempt to run the Long Trail unsupported.
It generally takes several weeks to hike the Long Trail. But this summer, RJ Thompson will have to move considerably faster to meet his goal: setting an FKT for an unsupported run of the entire 273-mile trail.
While they aren’t quite as rugged as their northern counterparts, the peaks to the south of Mount Washington are every bit as fun. Read Emily’s latest adventure traversing Washington, Monroe, Eisenhower, Pierce, Jackson, and Webster.
Only a few months old, the Trans Adirondack Route offers long-distance runners and hikers solitude, variety, and a chance to set a new standard.
If you love competition but don’t like race fees (or getting up early), there’s an alternative that’s growing in popularity: trying to set a fastest known time. The idea of setting a time record on a course of your choosing is not new. What is new is the increasing popularity and competitiveness of FKTs as a result of widespread Internet access and the ability to verify results using GPS.