The Manitou Incline – Tough Trail!

Tough trails? Sure, we like them! And strangely enough, the last time we were in Colorado Springs, we somehow missed out on this brutal mile long climb up an old railroad bed that has been drawing in runners and hikers for the past few decades after the rail shut down in 1990. We’ve also been […]

New Trail To Check Out: Rock Creek Park Loop, Washington DC

If you’re looking for a run in the Washington DC area and want to get away from the busy roads of the downtown capitol area, you’ve luckily got a few choices. While we haven’t yet run a trail ourselves in that exact area, we did come across this quick trail assessment that just might help […]

Governor green-lights rail-trail plan in Adirondacks

Good news for trail lovers in upstate New York. With many small rail systems covering the area which are now mostly not in use, the governor has decided to turn at least half of this rail bed into a trail open for multi use. This will provide 34 more miles in the Adirondacks for running, […]

Hammond Hill Trail Running Near Dryden, NY

Near Dryden, NY, is a great area known as “Hammond Hill” state forest. There are many trails criss-crossing the area and it is the area for a well known local trail race – the “Thom B” trail run (link here). You can make nearly any distance loop out of it, although the longest would probably […]