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Experience Alaska's toughest trail race alongside the runners who dare the 3022 feet of Mt. Marathon.

Alaska's mountain playground from the air. 

The race is widely known as the Alaskan Olympics, and is loved for it's dangerous and challenging course by athletes and spectators alike. Many people in the lower 48 look at the race and call it crazy, but in Alaska, it's just part of a Wild Life.

Ode to winter running, and the joy and happiness that cold feet can bring. 

An uphill 20.5mile roller ski is just the start for two-time Olympian Holly Brooks, as she works toward finding excellence in herself. 

The race up Mt. Marathon has held one record time for last 32 of 86 races. On July 4th 2013 Eric Strabel and Rickey Gates both broke Bill Spencer's 3 decade old time in an epic race up and down the 3022' mountain in Seward, Alaska

In their pursuit to race at the NCAA D II National Championships, the Western Washington University cross country team will have run 52,374 miles, enough miles to circle the earth twice.