Joe Grant concludes his “From My Doorstep” column on iRunFar.
Joe Grant writes about Kyle Richardson’s relationship with scrambling Colorado’s Flatirons.
Joe Grant writes about the recipe needed to successfully put on a weekend of local trail races.
An essay about Joe Grant and Kyle Richardson’s completion of the Wasatch Ultimate Linkup (WURL) in Utah.
Joe Grant looks back on his 1995 visit to Colorado’s Independence Pass and its influence on him today.
Joe Grant writes about running as resistance to the systems which created our current environmental crisis.
Joe Grant reminds us to look for beauty even amidst the madness of day-to-day life.
Joe Grant writes about how time in nature can restore his sense of equilibrium and calm.
Joe Grant writes about wolves as natural parts of many wild ecosystems and the feelings this engenders in humans.
Joe Grant writes about the physical and psychological aspects of the final peak in his Nolan’s 14 attempt.
Joe Grant writes about 70-year-old Rima Lurie’s perspective on a lifetime of running.
Joe Grant writes about the different value systems of races and non-racing adventures in trail running.
Joe Grant writes about how climbing the same mountain three times has inspired three thought currents.
Joe Grant humorously narrates the first-annual Lickskillet Beer Mile in Colorado.
Joe Grant writes about exploring the upper end of one’s physical and mental capacity through trail and ultrarunning.
I recently got a text from Tony Krupicka referring to a photo depicting the Grand Teton covered in snow on […]