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.
A veteran's tips for getting off road and onto the trail--an attitude adjustment is part of the training.
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.
Fall Trail Races for Beginners
Ironically, the first thing to learn when preparing for a trail race is how to slow down.
Wanted: individuals able to deal with constantly changing environment, challenging obstacles, ability to travel alone, the pursuit of adventure, and an attitude.
Multisport: the smorgasboard approach to adventure travel. Dennis Lewon explains.