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There and Back: Running across the Grand Canyon twice in a...

  Story and photos By Amelia Bethke 6 a.m., November 18 South Kaibab Trailhead, 7,260 feet From the dark, a frigid wind clawed at my legs, my spandex...

Catching up Krissy Moehl, top ultra runner and Northwest native

By Oliver Lazenby When Krissy Moehl quit her day job seven years ago for ultra running, it allowed her the time to pursue any opportunities...

Bay to Baker race revived…starting in Concrete

By Oliver Lazenby Dan Probst wants to hold a trail race from Bellingham Bay to the summit of Mt. Baker and back, a 108-mile journey...

A day of salmon, beer and Blanchard Mountain love

Story by Andy Basabe “D’ya remember when…?” That’s the silly question that delineates generational differences in communities. “D’ya remember when Mt. Baker Ski Area built jumps...

The one Fitbit

By Steve Guntli In the 1970s, Stephen King published a book (under the pseudonym of Richard Bachman) called “The Long Walk.” The story involves a...

Run for the hills

Guided trail running in the North Cascades By Ian Ferguson For many runners, the act of running is its own reward. It’s a high-output activity that...

Find your way on the Kulshan Quest

The Kulshan Quest Adventure race is back this summer.

Everything hurts

The poor fools.

The Bellingham – Mt. Baker Trail

Local runners are building the Bellingham – Mt. Baker trail in hopes of reviving the history of the Mt. Baker marathons and creating an exciting new ultramarathon.

Bay to Baker run

Friend Brent Molsberry dropped us off at Cornwall Beach after a boat ride across the bay to get a good look at Mt. Baker in the distance. A few miles into the run, Beat commented we had started below sea level.