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Trail Safety – Tips and Ticks For Staying Safe in the Wilderness

Trail Safety – Tips and Ticks For Staying Safe in the Wilderness

Being safe in the wilderness is always important. Whether you’re a seasoned runner/hiker or new to the trails, it’s always a good idea to be prepared, aware of what’s to come, and have proper gear. Conditions on the trails change with the weather and seasons. Below you’ll find tips on how to safely recreate outdoors.
Mountain tested at Cocodona 250

Mountain tested at Cocodona 250

Cocodona is a 250+ mile ultra run across Arizona. Last week 4 PATH KREW members and several PATH customers tested their own limits for several da...
The Why of Running - Suffer Better

The Why of Running - Suffer Better

Find adventure that will drive you to your limits, find where you break so that when adversity visits again, that breaking point will be further down the road, and the cycle repeats.
Leadville 100 Deep Dive with Jason Cohen

Leadville 100 Deep Dive with Jason Cohen

Jason Cohen from our KREW shares his inspiring journey and experiences of running Leadville 100 twice!
Ultra Running Advice and Cocodona Recap by Greg Sisengrath

Ultra Running Advice and Cocodona Recap by Greg Sisengrath

This is a conversation with running coach Greg Sisengrath from our KREW, who recently ran Cocodona 250. His ''non-traditional'' approach to training for ultra races.