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Collective Wisdom

Fayetteville West Virginia has always been known as an outdoorsman paradise. Sitting almost right on top of the New River Gorge, Fayetteville boasts being the closest town to the some of the best whitewater rafting in the United States and has become a destination for rock climbing, fishing, camping, and mountain biking. And since the New River Gorge became the newest National Park in 2020,

On Sunday, May 29th at 3:00AM I started at Fontana Dam and made my way north to Davenport Gap. This was my first speed record attempt and my second longest run ever (miles and time), but the most elevation gain I have done at time. Helping me all day long was my husband Logan Lemcke. Logan began crewing for me in 2020 when I started

Sunrise at Highpoint Park along the Mason Dixon Trail Photo Credit Grayce Langheine With a historic bridge connecting the two towns, the Conestoga Cowboys roaming the region, and a grass roots feel to make you fall in love with the sport of trail running, this month we showcase the trails along the Susquehanna River in Pennsylvania! In the spirit of being “connected by trails” we will

“Hey man, if the race is that important to you, then go for it. It’s your call.” He delivered the response with expert-level diplomacy, honed over years of treating patients with the same fanatical glow in their eyes as that which possessed mine. I was asking for my PT’s blessing to race the upcoming St. Luke’s Half Marathon in Allentown, PA. And while he might as

April was a great month for me (some might say it was because it started with my birthday, but I digress).I've found I have a great selection of climbs on single track, jeep roads, and pavement right out my front door.  The Darlington Trail, the Appalachian Trail, a mountain bike single track system, and several extended gravel and paved roads are all accessible from the front

Kuwanna running the English Ridge Rumble Recently, I was reminded of my joy for running ultramarathons.For me, it is a joy of simply moving through these spaces, a joy independent of time, pace, place,and performance.It is a joy of camaraderie, of gratitude for simply being able to toe the line, for connecting withothers, a joy of simply being.Sure, with each race comes the opportunity to run

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