#TBT to slightly warmer temps during the only morning I spent while fastpacking the Cranberry Lake 50 this past April. It’s a beautiful trail, and though its 54 miles flew by, I still found moments of peaceful calm, like this one having breakfast with the sunrise. #Adirondacks#VisitADKs#CL50#OptOutside#GoEast#PureADK
Feet up with this mouse after 8 easy miles on the mill this morning, savoring these last few days before I dive into my new career. I have a killer hot spot/torn skin on my heel after yesterday's snowshoe, but nothing some extreme bandaging couldn't help. I've been thinking about sharing more of my passion and trials with running and nutrition on here, since I'm working towards some pretty big goals this year in our new home. On my race calendar I'm looking at the Ragged 50k and the Vermont 50 with some other fun smaller trail races in the mix. I'm also particularly psyched to complete a Presidential Traverse in the White Mountains. 🤙🌄 As excited as I am for the upcoming trail season, I'm mostly just thankful to be able to get back into training and building up my base after breaking toes, moving across the country, and getting into a new groove. 🏃🌲 What's on your outdoor/race calendar for this year?
It might not be a 4,000-footer, but that doesn’t mean the journey won't have its challenges. When climbing Mt. Cardigan, a 3,156 ft. peak in the Whites, @coreyoutdoors observed: “My camera was frozen. We pushed our way to summit, realizing we were only going to be there to enjoy it for a very short amount of time before needing to go back down out of necessity. Every inch of the ground was a slab of ice; an ice different than most I’m used to. It made me feel alienated by the ground I’ve so familiarly walked before. We quickly regained our momentum, but in the opposite direction, stopping only briefly to wonder if the morning sun would break through...” Whether in the Whites, ADKs, or Catskills, which under 4,000-foot peaks have you climbed this winter? | #goEast#NewHampshire
I shared this on my story a few months ago and wasn’t sure if I wanted to post it, but I did some re-editing and like how it turned out. This was also one of the best fall days and the photos from this day are some of my favorites from last year. 🍁
Mediante un estudio realizado por investigadores de la Universidad de Toronto en Canadá, descubrieron que quienes madrugan están impregnados de emociones positivas, sus personalidades son más estables y tienen buena salud.
Por éstas y otras causas es que #Hipolito madruga y desde la 7 AM podes disfrutar del mejor desayuno