Trail running nurtures the soul. It’s not just about running, it’s also about leaving routine behind and experiencing nature firsthand. This combination of running and hiking has been growing exponentially for the past few years, with traditional runners seeking to get out of the paved beaten routes. Book a certified guide and venture into the wilderness for a real workout in close contact with nature, in some of the most stunning trail running spots on Earth. It’ll make you fitter, stronger and happier!
Trail running is a sport you can do just about anywhere. It is the activity of running off of paved surfaces, often taking advantage of the geographical features and landmarks of nature. Mountainous regions are sought after for their challenging trails and stunning visuals, combining the endurance of the run with elevation-influenced obstacles. Runs can last anywhere from a few kilometers and a few hours to an immersive week on various routes to fully indulge in a region.
Trail running can be combined with other activities, like hiking and nature discovery, to take advantage of a certain area. Running is great for anyone who is open to a workout, with varying levels of difficulty for every run. Elevation gains, long distances, and remote areas tend to have more challenges, but meandering jogs along the ocean are just as rewarding. When it comes to interacting with the terrain, from gravel paths to root-filled nature roads, trail running is a wonderful way to explore your favorite places while working out at the same time.
Situated in the northern reaches of Washington State, in the heart of the Cascade Range, climbing Mount Baker has long been an objective for mountaineering enthusiasts. Rising to 3,286 meters (10,781…
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