All posts by Dakota Jones

Dakota Jones

explores the wild places of the world on foot and tells us about it every few weeks. He runs for Salomon and Clif Bar.

Ten Years On
Ten Years On
on July 25, 2018
9 Comments

An essay by Dakota Jones about his intertwining relationships of family, mountain running, and the Colorado’s San Juan Mountains.


Kilian Jornet: Our Sport’s Ambassador
Kilian Jornet: Our Sport’s Ambassador
on June 27, 2018
44 Comments

Dakota Jones writes about the value of having Kilian Jornet as one of our sport’s leaders.


Climbers For Climate Change
Climbers For Climate Change
on May 23, 2018
21 Comments

Dakota Jones farcically writes about outdoor enthusiasts and the environment.


Pretty Mountains
Pretty Mountains
on April 25, 2018
8 Comments

Dakota Jones writes about the Western European history of outdoor appreciation and recreation.


This Article Contains Profanity: A Profile Of ‘JLu’
This Article Contains Profanity: A Profile Of ‘JLu’
on February 28, 2018
24 Comments

Dakota Jones profiles trail runner ‘JLu.’


Recovery
Recovery
on January 10, 2018
23 Comments

Dakota Jones writes about the process of recovering from a hamstring injury.


Public Lands
Public Lands
on December 13, 2017
25 Comments

Dakota Jones writes about the 2017 public-lands debate.


Running Into The Sunrise
Running Into The Sunrise
on November 8, 2017
5 Comments

Dakota Jones writes about the cultural significance of the Canyon de Chelly Ultra on the Navajo Nation.


Fall Color Blindness
Fall Color Blindness
on October 11, 2017
6 Comments

Dakota Jones writes about the mountain-pine beetle’s effect on North American forests.


Connections
Connections
on September 13, 2017
14 Comments

Dakota Jones writes about the the problems and opportunities created by airplane travel.