All posts by Gretchen Brugman

Gretchen Brugman

has been running and racing for over 25 years at distances from a quarter mile to 100 miles. She has worked as a track coach and outdoor guide, leading rock climbing, back packing, and canoeing trips through the wilderness areas of North America. Currently a teacher and writer in the Tahoe area, she discusses running and outdoor adventures at her website, Daily Adventures.

What Every Trail Runner Needs To Know About Time In The Wilderness: Part Two, Ethics
What Every Trail Runner Needs To Know About Time In The Wilderness: Part Two, Ethics
on January 8
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A primer for ethical wilderness travel while trail running.


What Every Trail Runner Needs To Know About Time In The Wilderness: Part One, Safety
What Every Trail Runner Needs To Know About Time In The Wilderness: Part One, Safety
on January 1
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A primer for safe wilderness travel while trail running.


Gellin’s Group Attempts Tahoe Rim Trail FKT
Gellin’s Group Attempts Tahoe Rim Trail FKT
on August 13
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A preview of Gary Gellin and company’s attempts to break Killian Jornet’s Tahoe Rim Trail FKT.