Christmas day we packed up the family Subaru and headed north with 9 skis on the roof (Santa had not delivered the ski box in time). Thankfully the car was newly equipped with 4 studded snow tires to brave the icy roads left by the arctic air that swept across North America leaving many cities […]Continue Reading →
I was invited to guest blog for Sage to Summit, a specialty running and mountaineering shop in the Eastern Sierras, California. I have worked with Sierra Mountain Guides and Sage to Summit leading Tour du Mt Blanc ultra running trips in the Alps. Another one is on the calendar this summer if you […]Continue Reading →
This fall in New Hampshire I have found myself in the warrior pose quite often, The weekend warrior that is, and not the yoga warrior pose (though I wish I was in it more) As a weekend warrior I am looking for new places to discover and new trails to run. Durga, the […]Continue Reading →
My 7 year old told me his goal was to be the fastest runner in his class & my 9 year old said he wants to get ready for sprints this winter and be fast like Peter Northug of Norway. My goal: adjust to this new transition, a lofty one, but I am excited for […]Continue Reading →
The Hello Goodbye Window is a book I read to my boys when they were younger. I think this title is quite fitting to this view of Mt Blanc in my own life. The best is that we can always say Hello again.
It has been almost 4 months since I got on a […]Continue Reading →
This summer in Annapolis I had a chance to test my running on the road and track, a great time to work on my leg speed and also do some track workouts. There are not a lot of hills there so we all took full advantage of some good quality gym sessions ( to […]Continue Reading →
Do you remember that leap of faith you took when you let go of the trapeze bar on the playground? … It felt amazing, scary…new sensations….
Well we are doing that… We are excited to officially announce that after 12 amazing years in the Alps we are returning back to the States for […]Continue Reading →
A big shout out to my teammates from the CHAMONIX Ski Alpinisme Club for their exceptional performances in Tromso. Yann Gachet, our coach, brings home a bronze medal for France and Valentine Fabre qualified for the finals in the sprint and had a strong 5th place finish in the individual. This is the 3rd year […]Continue Reading →
Nina Silitch, of the United States Ski Mountaineering Team, swept the sprint race on Saturday in Tromso City Center. This is the 2nd year in a row Nina has won a gold medal in Tromso. She won the qualification round, the semi final round and the women’s finals.
The morning before the race I read […]Continue Reading →
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