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  1. #3526
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    Damn, thatís beautiful. Just moved to San Diego and have been craving some real mountains. Need to get out there. Where are you based Evan? Any chance you have suggestions farther south?


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    Quote Originally Posted by PeachesNCream View Post
    Damn, that’s beautiful. Just moved to San Diego and have been craving some real mountains.
    Mt. San Jacinto, San Gabriel's, and San Bernardino's ain't too far away.

    The bulk of my training was in either the Lagunas or Santa Anas, and I did okay.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PeachesNCream View Post
    Damn, thatís beautiful. Just moved to San Diego and have been craving some real mountains. Need to get out there. Where are you based Evan? Any chance you have suggestions farther south?


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    I'm in Carson City. I haven't done much south of Whitney, but you can take a look at Evdog's TRs, especially the Orogenesis Project. He's been (re)discovering lots of amazing stuff on the south end of the Sierra.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Viva View Post
    Mt. San Jacinto, San Gabriel's, and San Bernardino's ain't too far away.

    The bulk of my training was in either the Lagunas or Santa Anas, and I did okay.
    Iíve been eyeing San juancinto peak, looks like a nice lollipop loop. Thanks for those suggestions, Iíll definitely take a look. Seems like you can get into some pretty decent mountains within 2-3 hours


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    Quote Originally Posted by climberevan View Post
    I'm in Carson City. I haven't done much south of Whitney, but you can take a look at Evdog's TRs, especially the Orogenesis Project. He's been (re)discovering lots of amazing stuff on the south end of the Sierra.
    I saw a little bit of that thread. So many (awesome) pics that the app crashes every time I open that thread. Need to get the computer fired up and take a look


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    Yo, Peachy, just remembered that the Mt. Laguna Trail Marathon is coming up in November. Great way to learn some of the local trails and meet some k00l, local trail-running folks.

    https://ultrasignup.com/register.aspx?did=101068
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  7. #3532
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    Quote Originally Posted by Viva View Post
    Yo, Peachy, just remembered that the Mt. Laguna Trail Marathon is coming up in November. Great way to learn some of the local trails and meet some k00l, local trail-running folks.

    https://ultrasignup.com/register.aspx?did=101068
    Cool. Letís see if I can get in shape in a month and fix a nagging IT band.

    Thanks for the rec, need to find some local (slow) runners, been starting to go to some run clubs


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    Quote Originally Posted by PeachesNCream View Post
    Cool. Let’s see if I can get in shape in a month and fix a nagging IT band.
    You need to see Kevin McCarry, master massage therapist.

    Dunno if he's still practicing, but if he is, reach out: (619) 850-1670
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    Quote Originally Posted by muted reborn View Post
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    Purty. The slabs look so tiny.

  11. #3536
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    Quote Originally Posted by PeachesNCream View Post
    Damn, that’s beautiful. Just moved to San Diego and have been craving some real mountains. Need to get out there. Where are you based Evan? Any chance you have suggestions farther south?
    I've also heard there's a pretty good trail running community in SD. Might be worth checking out.

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    Gorgeous, Dan. Hoping to be back in UT in a few weeks and hopefully can get a run in. I've been cleared medically from my heart attack, so I'm itching to get back on the trail. We have a stretch of 70* coming here in Seattle for next weekend.

    BTW saw this on Twitter today. Kind of insane.

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    Hard to take a bad pic in Utah right now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phatty View Post
    Gorgeous, Dan. Hoping to be back in UT in a few weeks and hopefully can get a run in. I've been cleared medically from my heart attack, so I'm itching to get back on the trail. We have a stretch of 70* coming here in Seattle for next weekend.
    Congrats on the heart, that's big. My FIL ran every day for over 30 or 35 years, except for maybe 3 days due to surgeries, until he had the big one. it wasn't easy for him to get back on the horse, but he is much older than us.

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    Fantastic pics, I hope to be up high this week too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phatty View Post
    Gorgeous, Dan. Hoping to be back in UT in a few weeks and hopefully can get a run in. I've been cleared medically from my heart attack, so I'm itching to get back on the trail. We have a stretch of 70* coming here in Seattle for next weekend.

    BTW saw this on Twitter today. Kind of insane.
    Great news!

    Yeah, that's nuts. Reverse WURL is some hardcore shit. I can't imagine downclimbing the Monte Cristo crux after 20+ miles and >15k. Some of the final scrambling into Ferguson has to be sketch AF as a downclimb, too.
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    Nice. Raymond is a great summit.
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  17. #3542
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    I don't normally post sales/deals, but I'm a Saucony trail runner fanboy. Started with Peregrine and now use the Xodus.

    DSW is having an extra 25% off on clearance items. Currently they have a couple colors of Xodus and one Peregrine on sale for $50 so under $40 with the sale.

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    https://www.dsw.com/en/us/product/sa...ctiveColor=001

    https://www.dsw.com/en/us/product/sa...ctiveColor=324

    Awesome shoes at a "stock up" price. Unfortunately my closet is overflowing from the last time they were on sale.

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    DTM those colors are insane! Amazingly beautiful.

    Had to miss out on a lot of alpine running this summer due to nursing an injury and (trying) to build back up smartly. Finally got out on a good loop Sunday. We got lucky with weather ( minimal wind ) and colors. Nice to get up high. Itching to get back a lot more next year I hope.

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    Nice stapes.

    Apre work views on Mt Aire:

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    28 mi + 7k vert. Good day w friends. More 🫎 than humans.





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    Nice.

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    Out trail running this morning on one of the most perfect days of fall so far and I took a hudge digger after I caught a toe on a root. Went right over the handlebars and down. I got a couple little scrapes that were no big deal but my left big toe is fuct. First time in 10 years of trail running that I had to call my wife to come get me as I was almost an hour from home, nearly at my turnaround point, when it happened. Thankfully I was only about half a mile from a road so I didn't have too far to go to wait for the sag wagon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cruiser View Post
    Out trail running this morning on one of the most perfect days of fall so far and I took a hudge digger after I caught a toe on a root. Went right over the handlebars and down. I got a couple little scrapes that were no big deal but my left big toe is fuct. First time in 10 years of trail running that I had to call my wife to come get me as I was almost an hour from home, nearly at my turnaround point, when it happened. Thankfully I was only about half a mile from a road so I didn't have too far to go to wait for the sag wagon.
    Knock on wood, Iíve taken harder falls in the last few years running than mountain biking. One of the worst feelings, those falls seem to last forever after the initial toe stub. Hopefully no damage done after your trip?

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    Trees must feel so objectified this time of year


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    Quote Originally Posted by phatty View Post
    I don't normally post sales/deals, but I'm a Saucony trail runner fanboy. Started with Peregrine and now use the Xodus.

    DSW is having an extra 25% off on clearance items. Currently they have a couple colors of Xodus and one Peregrine on sale for $50 so under $40 with the sale.

    https://www.dsw.com/en/us/product/sa...ctiveColor=600

    https://www.dsw.com/en/us/product/sa...ctiveColor=001

    https://www.dsw.com/en/us/product/sa...ctiveColor=324

    Awesome shoes at a "stock up" price. Unfortunately my closet is overflowing from the last time they were on sale.
    I didn't need trail shoes but I got a pair of Kinvaras for my occasional road running. Have had 5+ pairs of various Kinvara versions over the years. Thanks, phatty!

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