Stay Inspired

When it comes right down to it, what gets us into our running shoes and out on the trails every day is inspiration. Perhaps what drives you is views of beautiful places, or wildlife, or wildflowers. Maybe you’re motivated to move fast and become faster. Or, perhaps you’re inspired by [...]

Spectator Report from Running With Ed Relay Race

This was a big weekend for racing in Park City with the 41-mile Running With Ed Relay Race, Walk-A-Thon, and Kids’ Race. There were 125-ish relay teams (each with five runners), gobs of folks in the Walk-A-Thon, and several dozen kids running their own race. After a week of foul [...]

Park City Mini Trail Series 5k Course Preview

Hey y’all! We’re getting pretty stoked that the first race of the Park City Mini Trail Series is a little more than a month around the corner on Saturday, June 25th. We took ourselves to the streets (Er, trails!) this week to check out this 5k course for the first [...]

Electrolyte Bliss

by Rhielle Widders Electrolyte is one of my favorite words.  I can drop it in normal conversation to make people think my IQ is much higher than it actually is.  But the reason why I really like the word is because electrolytes are responsible for keeping my muscles comfy on [...]

Guest Post: Trail Running During Mud Season

Note from the folks at R-U-N Events: This guest post is authored by local runner Nick Halliday. If you have suggestions for future guest posts, or if you’d like to hear more from one of our authors, tell us in the comments section! After a long winter of freezing temperatures [...]

Guest Post: Finding Balance In Running

Note from the folks at R-U-N Events: This post is authored by local superstar runner Rachel Cieslewicz and is the first in a series of guest posts you’ll find here this spring. If you have suggestions for future guest posts, or if you’d like to hear more from one of [...]

Tales of a Travelling Trail Runner: Virgin, UT

by Rhielle Widders Early in April, I was in and around St. George and decided to make my way to a new trail outside of the city of Virgin.  I have explored most of Zion and it was a little too cold to scout Kolob so I headed up Kolob [...]

So, Are You In?

It’s May and you know what that means. Trail running season! The weather last Friday and Saturday, April 29th and 30th, was definitely Mother Nature’s way of mixing it up, keeping us excitable trail runners on our toes. Park City proper received several new inches of snow each day, and [...]

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