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Trail Running

What is Trail Running?

Trail running is simply defined as going for a run at the heart of nature. It's an extremely all-round non-stadia sport that, of course, works the legs, but also the upper body. Lastly, it requires concentration and attention. The endurance of trail running is to incorporates the elements of road running and hiking, and making for a challenging outdoor activity that requires training and preparation for a safe and enjoyable experience. As with a hike, the varying, uneven terrain of a trail run makes it impractical to compare the time required and level of difficulty to a road run of the same distance. Like many road runners, trail runners compete in races, which can vary in length and locale. Experienced trail runners might even try an advanced form called ultrarunning,which involves trail running races called ultraruns and also called ultramarathons, typically defined as any distance greater than the 26.2 miles of a traditional marathon. Contrary to popular belief and widespread notions, you don’t have to have mountains for trail running. Trail running can in fact be done everywhere. It is considered a “trail run” when you are not on surfaced, paved, sealed or asphalt roads. For trail running, it’s all about the movement outdoors in nature in fresh air. it’s all about the movement outdoors in nature in fresh air. it’s all about the movement outdoors in nature in fresh air.  toto site

Trail Running Equipment

Trail Running Shoes
Trekking Poles
Water Bottle
Hydration Pack
Insect Repellant
Smartphone/Vavigation Tools
First-aid Kit

How to find Running Trails

Ask Veteran Runners
Read Guidebooks
Check Locak Parks
Consult Topographic Maps