Posts tagged “trail running

Jeremy’s Run

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Neighbor Mountain

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Swimming hole at the trailhead of Jeremy’s Run


The Wild Oak Trail (aka TWOT)

A wonderfully wintery day on the TWOT trail. 28 miles, 8100 feet of climbing…happy, happy trails.

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My favorite spot – on the climb up Little Bald

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The view from Big Bald

Snow trails descending Big Bald

Snow trails descending Big Bald


Vicki’s Death March 2014

A VHTRC Fat Ass run on Black Friday every year. This year was a blue sky, sunshine, SNOWY adventure.

White Oak Canyon

White Oak Canyon

Big Meadows Horse Trail

Big Meadows Horse Trail

Hawksbill

Hawksbill

A snowy Skyline Drive

A snowy Skyline Drive

View near Hawksbill

View near Hawksbill

 


Boyer’s Furnace 40 Miler – A VHTRC Fat Ass

The Boyer’s Furnace Fat Ass was held on a beautiful Saturday in late December. Blue skies, sunshine and temps in the 60’s made this challenging 40 miler even more of a treat.

The view from Kennedy Peak.

The view from Kennedy Peak.

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Orange Trail rocks

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Sunset over Fort Valley

 


Wordless Wednesday – My Tribe

Vermont VHTRC

My Tribe – the VHTRC at Vermont 100


Maryland Heights

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New Year’s Eve Sunset Trail Run – Shenandoah National Park

On the last day of 2013 I was lucky enough to run a favorite mountain trail, with someone I adore, and chase sunset through the mountains. A climb up Buck Hollow to Mary’s Rock with a breathtaking sunset, a champagne toast and a fun, dark descent back to the car to a delicious picnic of ahi tuna and veggies was a spectacular way to celebrate New Year’s Eve. Here’s to a fabulous 2014 full of mountains, trails, miles, friends, laughter, adventure, love, happiness and possibility!

Sunset from Mary's Rock

Sunset from Mary’s Rock


VHTRC Boyer’s Furnace Fat Ass Forty

A 42 mile run in the Massanuttens with the VHTRC on a lovely late December day with temperatures in the 60’s…ahhh. Life is good.

“Doubly happy, however, is the man to whom lofty mountain tops are within reach.”  -John Muir

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Sunrise in Fort Valley

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Early climb to Woodstock Tower

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Super clear views as far as the eye could see

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Gourmet aid station!

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A lovely stretch of trail with many Massanutten rocks

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Late afternoon views

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The final push through the river trail at Veach Gap


Sunrise in Shenandoah National Park

A beautiful sunrise trail run from Buck Hollow to Mary’s Rock. Spectacular views!

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Buck Hollow & the AT – Trails, Friends and Fun

Trail running is my passion. I love the time in the woods, being serenaded by nature and her magnificence, pushing my body as far as it can go, breathing in the joy and beauty of the trails. Over the past five months I have been lucky to find a group of like-minded, fun, funny, talented, inspirational and spirited trail runners to share many miles with. Spending the day on trail with friends was a great way to celebrate my birthday weekend. And seeing a bear just made the day complete! Running on trails is great…running with friends is fabulous.

Life is good.

on top of the world!

on top of the world! (photo by Toni Aurilio)

spring creek

spring creek

mountain sunrise

mountain sunrise

flower on the mountain

flower on the mountain

birthday smile on a beautiful mountain top

birthday smile on a beautiful mountain top – thanks to Toni for the FUN birthday hat!


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