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.
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 […]
Sarah Schlaack writes about why she runs—and why she blogs about running.
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.
As she came out of the woods at the Cranmore Hill Climb and saw a tall grass wall, Emily Meehan wondered if she’d been duped. Was this race, in fact, more difficult than the Loon Mountain Race she’d managed to survive only a couple of weeks prior?
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.
If you hate missing a day of running, it’s not easy to make the decision to undergo surgery—or to deal with a complicated recovery.
Time to get out your red carpet finest for the premier of 100 Head/Heart/Feet, the feature-length documentary that follows Zak Wieluns in his quest to complete the Vermont 100.
Val Stori likes to think of herself as sensible. But when it comes to running, she can lack moderation, which is why she now applies what she calls “the Emelie principle.”
This weekend, 84-year-old Richard Busa will be vying for his 10th consecutive age-group win in the snowshoe national championships. He talks about snowshoe racing, the upcoming championships, and his long, storied career as a trail runner.
On Saturday morning, instead of running a race, I was stuck at home in an ice storm with a trunk full of four dozen cupcakes, and yet I found myself oddly happy.
The film Desert Runners follows four amateur runners who are attempting to complete four 250-km stage races in a single calendar year in the world’s toughest desert arenas: the Atacama, the Gobi, the Sahara, and Antarctica.
One of our primary goals at Far North is to provide inspiration to runners. But over the past year, we’ve found instead that we’re the ones who have been inspired.
The film In the High Country is ostensibly about running in the high peaks of Colorado, but it still resonated with East Coast runner Josh Katzman.
Liz Gleason, who set a new women’s course record at the Vermont 50k this year, shares some of her favorite mountain runs in Vermont.