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Everything leading up to running three 5000 meters was going great, until it was time to go. Elevation proved a tough variable we could only do so much to prepare for.
After producing the trail running guide to the Swiss Alps, Run the Alps Switzerland, we realized that we had stumbled upon what we feel is the best multi-day trail run imaginable. Our story of creating an iconic trail running grand tour.
Connecting glaciers from Chamonix to Zermatt is what every ski tourer dreams of doing, the Haute Route. We decided to run it - earning ourselves some decidedly nasty looks and comments about our method of travel in what is considered alpine terrain. Were we irresponsible? Or are we evolving as mountain sport athletes?
Most every climber in the Alps collects 4000 meter peaks. You have to start somewhere, and it might as well be on one of the ultra-classics. Kim Strom's take on being 1 down, 81 to go.
Mountains, snow, couloirs, huts - Bulgaria's Pirin Mountains have everything the Alps have. We thought we'd have a look to see how it would all come together. Turns out their mountain culture is something special.
Straddling the Swiss Italian border, the Ortler Tour has become a hot spot for spring ski tours, and for good reason. It's a skier's paradise, with peaks to climb, luxurious huts, and outrageous meals.
The Berner Haute Route could be on one of those "Best Ski Tours No One Knows About!" lists. Because... it's true.
Three girlfriends set out for a spring ski tour full of glaciers, a 4ooo meter peak and a 2000 meter descent.
Yurt life, Russian vans, horseback approaches and plenty of ski lines... Discovering the massive potential of Kyrgyzstan's ski touring.
Trekking in to one of the world's most beautiful mountains, which also happens to be at the source of the world's most spiritual river. A big journey to the Indian Himalaya.
One of the Alps' wildest treks with long days following goat paths, cursing the difficult terrain, but loving the silence and stone huts.
A six day journey along a rugged and remote ridgeline in Switzerland's Ticino Region. Long, difficult days are rewarded each night with cozy huts.
Gravel biking old military roads along the Italian French border, cyclists stay in high mountain huts, and climb the infamous gravel pass, the Colle delle Finestre, the scene of many Giro d'Italia showdowns.