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Fastpacking the Pacific Crest Trail

Fastpacking the Pacific Crest Trail

Jul 22, 2009 July 22, 2009

Patagonia Customer Service Rep, Adam Bradley, aka “krudmeister,” aka“El Monstro” has been taking some time off this summer to do a little hikingalong the Pacific Crest Trail. Before he left, we’d asked himif he wouldn’t mind sending updates. His reply: “Well, I guess, but I don’t… Read More

Backyard Adventures: Toiyabe Trails – Part 3

Backyard Adventures: Toiyabe Trails – Part 3

By Old School   |   Jun 24, 2009 June 24, 2009

Today, we’ve got the final installment in Old School’s Toiyabe Trails series (previous posts: The morning after our unplanned layover day dawned clear andsunny, and while there was still a stiff breeze, it was nothing like the howlingwinds of the day before so we packed up and headed north. The… Read More

Backyard Adventures: Toiyabe Trails – Part 2

Backyard Adventures: Toiyabe Trails – Part 2

By Old School   |   Jun 17, 2009 June 17, 2009

Welcome! We're pleased to bring you part two in this series. If you missed Part 1, no worries, you can find it right here.__________________ Nevada is smack-dab in the middle of the Basin and Range topography of the Great Basin so every mountain… Read More

Backyard Adventures: Toiyabe Trails – Part 1

Backyard Adventures: Toiyabe Trails – Part 1

By Old School   |   Jun 12, 2009 June 12, 2009

Mention Nevada to mostfolks and what comes to mind is LasVegas glam and desert heat. Truth be told, manyNevadans are more than willing to let you think that but for the record, with313 named mountain ranges, Nevada has moremountains than any state except Alaska.Since moving here five years ago,… Read More

Pat Ambassador Krissy Moehl Posts New Record on Leona Divide 50

Pat Ambassador Krissy Moehl Posts New Record on Leona Divide 50

By Krissy Moehl   |   May 1, 2009 May 1, 2009

[Ed note: The following submission is from Patagonia Velocity and Performance Baselayer Designer, Jenny Uehisa. Together with Krissy Moehl, the duo are responsible for the design and development of many of the products found in Patagonia's line of running apparel.] I first met Krissy about 7 years ago when… Read More

Confession of a Broken-Down Angeles Crest Pacer

Confession of a Broken-Down Angeles Crest Pacer

By Chuck Journey   |   Nov 21, 2007 November 21, 2007

Continuing with our impromptu theme of employees traversing long distances on foot, today’s post comes from Chuck Journey one of Patagonia’s I.T. wizards in Ventura: Brian looks at me: "You better be ready." He isn’t joking. We are at the Shortcut Saddle Aid Station, mile 59 of the annual… Read More

Walking Some Talk

Walking Some Talk

By Adam Bradley   |   Nov 20, 2007 November 20, 2007

After my Long Trail thru-hike, I made a commitment to get involved with the GreenMountain Club (a non-profit organization that works to protect and maintain trails in Vermont) and give back to the Long Trail. Fulfilling this promise, I become a “summit steward” and “ridge runner”… Read More

Ultrainterview: Krissy Moehl Talks Hardrock 100

Ultrainterview: Krissy Moehl Talks Hardrock 100

By Craig Holloway   |   Aug 28, 2007 August 28, 2007

Patagonia wordsmith and former ultrarunner, Craig Holloway recently interviewed Patagonia ambassador, Krissy Moehl about her win at this year’s Hardrock 100 in Silverton, Colorado. Krissy is considered one of the top female ultramarathon runners in the country. Craig: Congratulations on setting the women’s course record (29:24) at… Read More

A Runner’s World

A Runner’s World

May 23, 2007 May 23, 2007

I love sport. I love to sweat. I am addicted to endorphins. And the easiest way to get my fix is to run. I heard once that it takes 30 days to form a habit. So finally after all of my bemoaning I have got myself a running habit. It… Read More