All posts by Joe Grant

Joe Grant

frequently adventures in wild places, both close to home (a frequently changing location) and very far afield. He inspires others by sharing his words and images that beautifully capture the intersection of the wilds, movement, and the individual at Alpine Works.

W.U.R.L. on a Whim
W.U.R.L. on a Whim
on August 7, 2019
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An essay about Joe Grant and Kyle Richardson’s completion of the Wasatch Ultimate Linkup (WURL) in Utah.


Independence Pass, July 4th
Independence Pass, July 4th
on July 11, 2019
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Joe Grant looks back on his 1995 visit to Colorado’s Independence Pass and its influence on him today.


On Rhythm and Feeling
On Rhythm and Feeling
on June 13, 2019
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Joe Grant compares poetry and running.


Run West
Run West
on May 9, 2019
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Joe Grant writes about how we can use running to restore and preserve our wildlands.


A Different Pace
A Different Pace
on April 11, 2019
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Joe Grant’s essay about letting go of life’s weight to run.


Running Resistance
Running Resistance
on March 14, 2019
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Joe Grant writes about running as resistance to the systems which created our current environmental crisis.


For the Long Run
For the Long Run
on February 14, 2019
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Joe Grant compares long-term life relationships with a lifetime of running.


Same Same
Same Same
on January 10, 2019
4 Comments

Joe Grant writes about climbing Longs Peak in winter.


On a Roll
On a Roll
on December 13, 2018
10 Comments

Joe Grant compares film photography and running.


The Best Day of My Life
The Best Day of My Life
on November 8, 2018
5 Comments

Joe Grant reminds us to look for beauty even amidst the madness of day-to-day life.