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
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?
Writer and runner Rachel Sturtz has run many races and travel to many destinations throughout her career, but her running adventures last year with Run the World Adventure co-founder, Pablo Rodriguez, merged two of Sturtz’s passions in a whole new way. “Traveling to races is always fun, but comes with trying to stay off your… Continue reading More Runners Are Discovering The Ultimate Travel Experience
Run the World Adventures, a collaborative effort between six boutique companies that offer trail-running vacations in some of the world’s best destinations, launched in summer of 2014. Run the World Adventures was created by a passionate group of runners who understand what makes a running vacation fun and carefree, with just the right amount of… Continue reading Running Vacation Giveaway
NOTE: This week’s blog post was written by Run the World Adventures partner, Greg Jensen, who guides running vacations in Guatemala. Watch the Trail, Not the View I love single track trail running! In fact I love any non-asphalt running surface, but there is something about single track. It’s like you’re running through the wild.… Continue reading Why We Love Running SingleTrack
Our Italian Dolomites’ trail running adventure was named by Outside Magazine as the best trail running destination for 2014. Learn more about this running vacation here.
By Jonathan Thompson It is the perfect new year challenge – a week’s journey on foot and at speed through New Zealand’s fairytale valleys [vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][mk_button dimension=”three” size=”medium” outline_skin=”dark” bg_color=”#00c8d7″ text_color=”light” icon=”moon-quill” url=”http://www.ft.com/cms/s/2/feb2d40e-50dc-11e2-b287-00144feab49a.html#axzz30q55gTFW” target=”_self” align=”left” id=”Buton ID” margin_top=”0″ margin_bottom=”15″]Read feature[/mk_button][/vc_column][/vc_row]
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CHANNEL features Simon in documentary about enviromental preservation on Kilimanjaro
National Geographic Adventure named the Kilimanjaro Stage Run in Tanzania among it’s 10 Great Adventures that Trips That Give back. The article says: “One local guide and ultrarunner, Simon Mtuy, came up with an alternative trip that is arguably even more of a challenge than tagging the summit: a new eight-day stage run around… Continue reading Kilimanjaro Stage Run Among Nat Geo’s Great Adventures
GOTRAIL MAGAZINE dedicates a 19-pages special edition to Sene’s Kilimanjaro Stage Run