What makes Atlas to Sahara adventure mind blowing?

Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Morocco – Running Adventure What my friend Abdu Oukioud showed me in the Atlas Mountains back in 2017 was an open door to his world. These are some reasons why this trip is so close to my dreams. It is a damn time travel machine. I… Continue reading What makes Atlas to Sahara adventure mind blowing?

A crazy trail running company that do things upside down.

Why upside down? Well… because instead of trying be likable we just think about ourselves. Yes!, we do what we love and then try to find those like us. We follow some basic rules, less call them values, a sort of philosophy that makes us run to the other side of the mountain. We expect… Continue reading A crazy trail running company that do things upside down.

Why I Stopped Running Races

Is racing killing running true meaning? How a former professional triathlete discovered his love of running after he quit racing By Pablo Rodriguez When I was a professional triathlete representing my home country of Costa Rica, I equated running to competition. Why would I run if not to prepare for the next race? I never… Continue reading Why I Stopped Running Races

I am a lucky man, my hobby is my job

I’m a lucky man, my hobby is my job, how did this happen is part of another story, but at this point in my life making my dreams come true is how I make a living. This is what I dream about, connecting remote places by running, embracing whatever hints the journey presents, with no… Continue reading I am a lucky man, my hobby is my job

What do you do after being told you will never run again?

My doctor told me never to run again.  So what did I do?  I turned running into my job. The Dangers of  a Sedentary Lifestyle Working 10 hours a day in front of a computer with no physical activity led to a herniated disc in my back. In 2007, after fighting against sciatica pain which left… Continue reading What do you do after being told you will never run again?

Jane Lelean an inspirational success

 “I don’t know what I’m doing here, I hate running, I can’t stand it, I don’t know how to enjoy it” We were all by the swimming pool at the beutiful 1901 Nord hotel in Girona, drinking Catalan Cava, and getting to know each other in the group. To Gray Caws and I this was… Continue reading Jane Lelean an inspirational success

8 Reasons Why Iceland is the Ultimate Trail Running Destination

8 Reasons Why Iceland is the Ultimate Trail Running Destination by Inga Fanney Sigurðardóttir</addr ess>Iceland is ideal for running, as the trails are plentiful and the scenery is spectacular. Running is a popular sport here and many people come from all over the world to enjoy Iceland’s pristine beauty and unique environment, shaped by ancient… Continue reading 8 Reasons Why Iceland is the Ultimate Trail Running Destination

Room for Competition on Guatemalan Running Adventure

Greg crosses the finish line after hamming it up with the spectactors

A Father’s Day Race Ends in Victory By Greg Jensen, owner of Mayan Running Adventures “What do think about running a Father’s Day 10km race in Panajachel this Friday afternoon?” I ask my client, Todd. I expected him to decline the offer. It was Monday morning and the start of a six-day running vacation for him and… Continue reading Room for Competition on Guatemalan Running Adventure

200 Photos in 14 Miles: My Costa Brava Running Vacation

200 Photos in 14 Miles: My Costa Brava Running Vacation Trip Report by Jojo Reuland, former SF Marathon Marketing Director After a late night of food and wine in Barcelona, my friend and travel partner, Wendi and I reluctantly woke up early. We were on a mission to catch an early train to Girona, where… Continue reading 200 Photos in 14 Miles: My Costa Brava Running Vacation

Before Trail Running Became a “Thing” in the Italian Dolomites


A fateful meeting with world-class running photographer Dan Patitucci precipitated trail running vacations in the Dolomites For the majority of our Italian mountain- and outdoor-guide team, running was a fun and easy way to stay conditioned for a physically demanding job, or spend our days off, playing on the trails. Other times, it was a… Continue reading Before Trail Running Became a “Thing” in the Italian Dolomites


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