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A Proper Mountain Run

Normally, winter comes to the Colorado high country like a door slamming.  But not this year (or at least not yet this year).  It’s early November and highs are still in the 50s in the mountains there’s hardly a hint … Continue reading

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Winter Training

It’s been pretty quiet around here for the last few months.  You might think I’ve been doing nothing in particular, but the truth is I’ve been training (relatively speaking) like a fiend and been super-busy besides.  Twelve weeks ago I … Continue reading

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10k at 10k

It’s not that Scott and I hadn’t had plenty of exercise and mountain adventure already, but it seemed a shame to head straight back home so early in the day.  We’d invested quite a bit of time getting out into … Continue reading

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North Table Mountain

How is it that I’ve lived 30 minutes up the road and must have driven past well over a one hundred times and yet never visited North Table Mountain down in Golden?!  It’s inexcusable!  First of all, I’m a sucker … Continue reading

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Lost Lake and Icefield Pass

I have a big map of Rocky Mountain National Park hanging on the wall in my basement.  Every time I head up there (which I do a fair bit), I pencil in my route on the big map.  After ten … Continue reading

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Barton Creek Wilderness

When I was first planning my work-related visit to Austin/College Station, I sent out an email to the Boulder Trail Runners email list (several thousand people) asking for suggestions on ways to occupy myself for half a day in the … Continue reading

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