If you are heading out on a trail, you need this book on your bookshelf. When Good Trails Go Bad is Stephen Littlewood’s excellent new book on avoiding and responding to a BAD day on the trail. You can get
In one day, he is going to run a marathon, then another marathon. Then he is going to repeat that the next day. And the next day. And the next day. Ken Anderlitch is about to start his Trans-Texas quest.
Crownridge Canyon is part of San Antonio’s watershed open areas. Just outside of 1604 and off of Babcock, Crownridge Canyon Park is small but scenic and quiet park that is easily accessible. The park offers a lower loop which is
Choke Canyon State Park is a bit of a drive from either San Antonio or Corpus Christi. Seemingly in the middle of not-a-lot, the reservoir was built in 1981 and has covered the former small town of Calliham. The reservoir
Joshua Springs Park and Preserve is just off of I-10 halfway between Boerne and Comfort. This lightly used Hill Country park is well crafted and offers an abundance of activities in its 400+ acres. I was not able to get
With more than 40 miles of trails, Government Canyon State Natural Area offers plenty of options for trail running, hiking, walk-in camping or mountain biking. It is only open from Friday through Monday, so it is not an option for
Eisenhower Park in San Antonio offers a 3.5 mile perimeter trail that has some wilderness, a lot of fun, and a bit of a challenge for you. But getting there can be half the fun! Instead of parking at Eisenhower
The Wild Canyon Ultra 25k was run on 4/23/22 at Caprock Canyon State Park. I run offroad a lot, but this was my first chip-timed, organized offroad run. Race Day: “Bison have the right-of-way, don’t fall off the cliff on