Dakota Jones writes about what directing the Telluride Mountain Run means to him.
Dakota Jones writes about the perspective the Midwestern Plains give him about the concept of space.
Dakota Jones writes about what he’s learned through injury.
Dakota Jones writes about the challenges of trying to live a low-impact life.
Dakota Jones writes about a difficult bike tour as a metaphor for life’s difficulties.
Dakota Jones philosophizes about the perpetual movement of life and how running helps manifest it.
Dakota Jones reviews ‘Outside Voices,’ a film by Joel Wolpert about Jenn Shelton.
Dakota Jones provides irreverent perspective on our sport in life’s bigger picture.
Dakota Jones writes about adventuring in the Colorado Plateau’s canyon country, and how documenting it modified his experience.
Dakota Jones learns lessons about life and running by going birdwatching.
Dakota Jones writes about getting his restless energy out via a bike tour while injured and unable to run.
Dakota Jones writes about crewing Missy Gosney and Anna Frost on their Nolan’s 14 outing.
Dakota Jones writes about Brendan Trimboli’s and Anna Frost’s 2015 Hardrock 100 races.
An Open Letter To Myself As I Brazenly Quit The Trail Last Week, Thinking I Was Taking A Shortcut Envisaged Through A Visionary Act Of Map-Reading, When In Fact I Was Going Drastically Off-Course
Dakota Jones narrates getting lost on his recent backcountry trip.
Dakota Jones reflects on his trail-running-based travels in Korea and China.