Gornergrat

Gornergrat

By Audrey Andrews | August 9th, 2020 Zermatt, Switzerland Out & Back from Höfu's Bergrestaurant, Zermatt:10.2 miles4,619 feet elevation gain Zermatt, Switzerland is known for its ominous Matterhorn and winter skiing. Meanwhile, the summer opportunities for outdoor-minded folk are often overlooked. First, beware: Zermatt is expensive. Very expensive. Expensive even for Switzerland. But, there are [...]

Eat & Run by Scott Jurek

Eat & Run by Scott Jurek

By Audrey Andrews | July 1st, 2020 Eat & Run: My Unlikely Journey to Marathon Greatness by Scott Jurek is a straightforward memoir about Jurek's journey to the peak of the ultrarunning world. Each chapter chronicles a stage of Jurek's story. Jurek grew up amidst challenging household dynamics in the Midwest. His introduction to endurance [...]

Fall Line Trace

Fall Line Trace

By Audrey Andrews | June 23rd, 2020 Columbus, Georgia 10th Avenue to Psalmond Road:  9 miles230 feet elevation gain The Fall Line Trace is a gem of Columbus, Georgia. Most roads in the city are unfortunately not pedestrian-friendly, so the Fall Line Trace is much-needed recreational path. Running from the Chattahoochee River Walk at the [...]

Chattahoochee River Walk

Chattahoochee River Walk

By Audrey Andrews | June 19th, 2020 Columbus, Georgia One way (from National Infantry Museum to 14th Street Pedestrian Bridge):8.8 miles154 feet elevation gain The Chattahoochee River Walk is the easily the premier running route in Columbus, Georgia. Traversing from Fort Benning, through downtown Columbus and beyond, the River Walk is remarkably long and beautiful. [...]