Patagonia Trail Running
Where can you go in an hour? Sometimes, an hour is all you get. Sometimes, an hour is all you need. But you need it–fundamentally, excruciatingly, and for those 60 minutes every question gets answered, and new ones get asked. Knots get untangled, and everything makes sense, even if you’ve forgotten it all by the time you get home.
Perry Cohen A lifelong runner, Perry Cohen runs right out the door of his western Massachusetts home. He founded The Venture Out Project, an organization committed to bringing together the LGBTQ+ community on wilderness journeys.
Junko Kazukawa Junko Kazukawa was born in Sapporo, Japan, and now lives, coaches and runs in Denver, Colorado. A two-time breast cancer survivor, Junko was the first runner to complete the Leadville Race Series and the Grand Slam of Ultrarunning in a single year.
José González José González is a poet, educator, activist and runner. Currently based out of Sacramento, José founded Latino Outdoors, an organization that creates and supports Latinx in the outdoor and conservation communities.
If You Love It, Run for It
Patagonia trail running ambassador Krissy Moehl ran the inaugural takayna/Tarkine Ultra. The race featured 100 runners traversing up to 65km along the rugged coastline, and raised over $100,000 to help protect this rare and threatened wilderness. Read the Story
Featured Ambassador
Krissy Moehl Through her passion for trail running, Krissy has had the opportunity to travel and experience the world. A forever runner, she first discovered the trails in 1999 after studying abroad in Ecuador. She credits the support of her family, the trail running community, her rich life experiences and the open spaces of high alpine terrain for inspiring her to keep moving forward.
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Eli As a rancher growing up in the rugged northeast corner of the Navajo Nation with no electricity or running water, Eli Neztsosie learned through years of work what it meant to rely on discipline and endurance. Now he relies on these same skills as an ultrarunner—striving every day, in his words, to be better than he was the day before.
The Wolfpack High in the San Juan Mountains above Silverton, Colorado, a pack of runners roam. Together they traverse mountain meadows and navigate mineral-stained peaks through the rugged landscape of their backyard. The Braford-Lefebvre family chose to live here in order to raise their family wild. Through hard times and the best ones, running is their tool for experiencing life together.
takayna takayna / Tarkine in northwestern Tasmania is home to one of the last undisturbed tracts of Gondwanan rainforest in the world, and one of the highest concentrations of Aboriginal archaeology in the hemisphere. Yet this place, which remains largely as it was when dinosaurs roamed the planet, is currently at the mercy of destructive extraction industries, including logging and mining.
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