Running

Nearly 3,000 people attend the annual Huffing for Stuffing race in Bozeman — that's almost a tenth of the population. Factor in freezing temps and that's one heck of a running crowd in southwest Montana. For good reason: awesome trails, beautiful views, clean air, and a vibrant local running community. Time to tie the laces and move like your body was meant to move.

 

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Beaudoin, Kate
~43,000,000: total runners in the U.S. 26.1: miles the typical runner logs in one week 85: days per year the typical runner runs 13%: increase in outdoor running participation since last year Read more >>
Slepian, Maggie
Ankle injuries are annoyingly common for trail runners, so keep these tips in mind to ensure your ankles stay injury-free. Read more >>
Sheets, Jenny
Volunteering at local races Read more >>
Slepian, Maggie
While enjoying the brisk air and snow-covered trails, it’s important to remember that colder temperatures, less daylight, and slick conditions make winter running is a whole different ballgame than your cheerful summer miles. Read more >>
Slepian, Maggie
As one of the top endurance runners in the world, Bozeman resident Nikki Kimball takes the brutal sport of ultra running to a whole new level. In ultra-running events, runners put themselves through an endurance test over courses spanning 50 miles, 100 miles, or more. Read more >>
Slepian, Maggie
Pull on your climbing shoes, buckle your life jacket, and saddle your horse: Paradise Valley has all the activities you need to satisfy your outdoor-adventure cravings this spring. With so much to do, you won’t even miss the snow. Climbing Read more >>
Cunningham, Terry
Pioneering athletes such as Pat Callis, Alex Lowe, Ed Anacker, and Tom Jungst established Bozeman’s reputation as a premier outdoor-sports community. Read more >>
Keyes, Fletcher
The Bozeman area, renowned for hosting organized events for every sport and ability level, also provides for the true fitness masochist. Enter the Madison Trifecta: a marathon, duathlon, and triathlon, all rolled into one heart-pumping summer season. Read more >>
Dumas, Megan
Congratulations, you’re pregnant! As you begin this experience, a million questions will tumble through your mind. One of those might be, “Can I still run?” Most likely the answer is yes. Read more >>
Asay, Pat
Despite Bozeman’s extended winter, the lightweight Badrock trail shoe took me to some of my favorite routes; it also let me log a few treadmill and road miles. The shoe is very stable, with good cushioning and excellent traction on just about any surface. Read more >>
McCarthy, Chris
Since I’d rather not amass a closet full of shoes, I typically look for a shoe that can perform in a variety of terrain and functions. That's exactly the shoe I got with the Scarpa Blitz Boa. From the treadmill to the trails, the Blitz is a great all-around shoe. Read more >>
Metrick, Dee
A few months ago, my boyfriend got in touch with his fire-loving inner Neanderthal, and together they went out and purchased a wood stove for our house. Read more >>
St. Thomas, Mike
Scott Creel, an ecology professor at MSU, is a masters runner (over 40) who destroys competitors of all ages. The 2003 U.S. Read more >>
Bertoia, Celia
“But I don’t run fast and my butt jiggles. I can’t run with them!” My next-door neighbor shrinks back from the door, hands on her cheeks, eyes big, when I suggest joining the Wind Drinkers club fun run. Read more >>
Ault, Megan
Turning 30 wasn’t difficult for me, but I had reservations about 33. Read more >>
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