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Bend's Pole Pedal Paddle Prepares for Yet Another Appearance

By Serena Bishop

Pole, Peddle, Paddle, the iconic adventure race held at Bend, in Central Oregon, prepares for it's 2009 running.

Running the AT for ALS

By GreatOutdoors.com Staff

 GreatOutdoors.com sponsors ultra runner Ben Davis as he attempts to complete the Appalachian Trail in 62 days to draw attention to the devastating disease ALS. With his support crew following in a vehicle, Davis left Mount Katahdin, Maine on September 22, and hopes to reach Springer Mountain, Georgia on November 21.

 

 

2008 Pole Pedal Paddle Preview

By Cody Wickersham

Live coverage on GreatOutdoors.com Saturday, May 17: The 2008 U.S. Bank Pole Pedal Paddle, Central Oregon's premiere multi-sport adventure race, with relay legs in six different outdoor sports, will happen on Saturday. Follow the action live only on GreatOutdoors.com, as our team of crack correspondents follow the action leg by leg.

The Challenge of Orienteering

By Dougald MacDonald

Welcome to the confounding and addictive world of competitive orienteering, a blend of cross-country running and navigation, with brains and woods sense counting more than brawn.

French Team Takes Raid Qualifying Event

With the last of three qualifying events now concluded, a total of 34 teams remain in contention for The Raid World Championships scheduled for Quebec in September.

Team Nike Dominates Raid World Cup Stage

Stage 2 of the Raid World Cup sees a first and third place finishes by two Nike teams as the competition prepares to move to Europe for Stage 3

Team Spyder Conquers Australia

USA's Team Spyder came out on top in Stage 1 of X-Adventure The Raid adventure race in the blistering heat and hot sun of Margaret River, Australia

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Video: Wonderland Project

Two friends take on an almost impossible goal: Run the Wonderland Trail, circumnavigating Washington's Mount Rainier, in a single 24-hour push.

It's All In Your Head

By Nancy Hobbs

A veteran's tips for getting off road and onto the trail--an attitude adjustment is part of the training.

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Around Mount St. Helens in One Day

By Mike McQuaide

Where in the Northwest can you experience a full spectrum of spectacular landscape? From rain forest to desert, from canyons to riverbeds, from alpine meadows to volcanic blast zones, here's a 30-mile trail run you'll never forget.

Night Running in the Northwest

By Mike McQuaide

Nighttime trailrunning. It's not for everyone, but once you get the hang of it, it's a good way of staying fit through the winter months.

Drop & Give Me 20: Fitness Boot Camps

By Steve Edwards

Voluntary torture or a fun way to get in shape? Steve Edwards enlists.

Fall Trail Races for Beginners

By Adam W. Chase

Fall Trail Races for Beginners

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Fall Trail Running in Washington

By Mike McQuaide

Ten top Fall trail running destinations in Washington get you outdoors in the off-season.

Bay Area Trail Running

By Steve Edwards

The San Francisco Bay Area offers some of the finest trail running imaginable. Here is a list of five of the Bay

Dogged By Dehydration

By Nancy Prichard

Thirst quenchers - To drink or not to drink, that is the question.

Your First Trail Race

By Adam W. Chase

Ironically, the first thing to learn when preparing for a trail race is how to slow down.

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Trail Runner: The Off-road Personality

By Adam W. Chase

Wanted: individuals able to deal with constantly changing environment, challenging obstacles, ability to travel alone, the pursuit of adventure, and an attitude.

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