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Run the Rock 50 Miler!

After a great debut experience at the Kodiak 50 miler in August, I was definitely eager to try my hand at another 50 mile race – and maybe, just maybe rack up a few more UTMB points in the process. With that said, the rest of the year was already shaping up to be travel-heavy for my … Continue reading Run the Rock 50 Miler!

Kodiak 50 Miler Recap: A win for the AIR Adventures team!

I looked at the project timelines laid out on my computer screen, and silently sweared. It was just over a month until my next big race, the Kodiak 50 miler in Big Bear Lake, CA. The race would be on August 18, a Saturday – and, looking at my project timelines, just after a marathon … Continue reading Kodiak 50 Miler Recap: A win for the AIR Adventures team!

Tour of the Canyons Part 3: Grand!!!

Our third and final stop (step?) on the Grand Staircase was the unparalleled, Instagram-will-never-do-it-justice, [insert well-deserved hyperbole here], Grand Canyon. I will never forget the first time I saw the canyon (admittedly it wasn’t that long ago – we wrote about our first stop here in 2015 – the visit that just *happened* to coincide … Continue reading Tour of the Canyons Part 3: Grand!!!

Tour of the Canyons Part 2: Zion

From the park occupying the uppermost step – Bryce – the Grand Staircase descends to the region where Zion National Park is located. Covering roughly 232 square miles in southwest Utah, Zion is a nature lover’s playground, with a dizzying array of towering sandstone cliffs, narrow slot canyons, and miles of trails to explore. Unfortunately, the geologic … Continue reading Tour of the Canyons Part 2: Zion

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