All posts by Zach Miller

Zach Miller

is a mountain runner and full time caretaker at Barr Camp in Colorado. As caretaker, he lives year round in an off-the-grid cabin halfway up Pikes Peak. He competes for The North Face and Team Colorado. Additional sponsors/supporters include Clean-N-Jerky, GU Energy Labs, and Nathan Sports. Follow him on Instagram.

Which Way?
Which Way?
on December 15
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Zach Miller writes about how learning about a landscape allows you to connect with it.


Trust
Trust
on November 17
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Zach Miller writes about the risks and rewards of learning to trust in the process, in people, and in oneself.


To Be Continued
To Be Continued
on October 20
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Zach Miller writes about the value of the journey versus the that of the destination.


A Hoop And A Holler
A Hoop And A Holler
on September 15
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Zach Miller writes about coping with the post-100-mile blues that ultrarunners commonly experience.


If These Shoes Could Talk
If These Shoes Could Talk
on July 21
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Zach Miller writes about the stories our running shoes could tell if they could talk.


Patience: A Hard Rock To Carry
Patience: A Hard Rock To Carry
on June 16
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Zach Miller writes about the need for but difficulty in practicing patience in trail and ultrarunning.


How Are You?
How Are You?
on May 19
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Zach Miller writes about how to have difficult conversations in the trail and ultra community.


Racing The Clock
Racing The Clock
on April 21
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Zach Miller writes about the irony of time in running and the rest of life.


Aid Stations
Aid Stations
on March 17
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Zach Miller writes about the concept of aid stations in life and racing.


Unknown Repetition
Unknown Repetition
on February 17
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Zach Miller writes about the challenge and experience of summiting Pikes Peak every day for a week.