Monthly Archives: November 2018

Into the Dolomites: My Recon for Run the Alps’ 2019 Trip

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Run the Alps is now offering a trail running trip in the Italian Dolomites. (You can see the trip here.) With smooth, flowy single-track, well-equipped high huts, and great meals along the way, it’s one of our favorite new areas.  Run the Alps Senior Guide Bruno Yates will be leading our tour. Here’s the story   Continue Reading →

The Persistence of Memory

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Editor’s Note: A long-time competitive trail runner from San Rafael, California, Victor Ballesteros ran Italy’s Tor Des Géants this past summer. “TDG” is, in many respects, beyond comprehension. The 330km race starts and finishes in Courmayeur, on the south side of Mont Blanc. It includes over 80,000 feet of climbing and descending. Victor is no   Continue Reading →

Run the Alps’ 1% for the Planet Contribution Supports CREA Mont-Blanc

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Since its inception, Run the Alps has been a member of 1% for the Planet, a non-profit organization whose corporate members donate 1% of their gross proceeds each year to support environmental initiatives around the planet. Started in 2002 by Patagonia-founder Yvon Chouinard, 1% for the Planet has the mission of to “build, support and   Continue Reading →

Trail Monte Casto and the Close of Another Season

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It’s early morning in Chamonix, France, as I write this sentence. Outside, the streets are deserted. People like to say that Chamonix never stops, but when you live here, as I do now, you realize it stops twice a year, late fall and again in late spring. But especially now, when the nights are getting   Continue Reading →

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