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About Greg

Co-Owner at VTRunCo. Runner. Skier. Hiker. Photographer. Gear Nerd. Father. Husband.

I love spending time outside moving through the woods and over the mountains, and I want to help you have the best experience possible.

Favorite Runs: Destination Mt Mansfield Vermont

By | 2017-10-01T04:54:23+00:00 October 1st, 2017|Favorite Runs, Vermont|

  Welcome to the first post in our Favorite Run Series! Vermont has an abundance of beautiful places to run, and today we are going to visit Mt Mansfield. Mt Mansfield is the highest peak in Vermont and has a number of trails that climb up, plunge down, and wind around the area. It's close to Burlington, and if visiting from outside the area, should be on your short list of places to explore. This particular outing starts in the parking lot at the Stevensville trailhead in Underhill, VT then follows the Frost Trail up and over to the CCC Road, then up the Halfway House Trail. From here we traverse just below the ridgeline on Canyon Extension North before bumping up to the ridgeline and following [...]

Review: 2017 Salomon S-Lab Sense Ultra

By | 2017-10-01T03:40:04+00:00 October 1st, 2017|Gear Review|

2017 Salomon S-Lab Sense Ultra 2017 Salomon S-Lab Sense Ultra Shoe Type: All-around Trail Weight: 275g Drop: 8mm Stack: 26mm Heel, 18mm Forefoot MSRP: $180 Before we get too far into this I just want to say that I'm not going to get into the nitty gritty details of this shoe, or babble on about how it compares to previous iterations or other models in the S-Lab lineup... Nope. I'm going to talk about what I like and don't like from the perspective of someone who's not a super competitive runner, but likes to get out on trails as much as possible and has run in a variety of shoes. If you want to read about all of that other stuff there [...]

Coming Soon To A Burlington Near You!

By | 2017-11-23T08:56:44+00:00 September 7th, 2017|Uncategorized|

Hello World! We hope this finds everyone well. We figured we should get something up while we work on a few things. If everything goes well the Vermont Running Company will soon be a real thing. It'll be... It is... a collaboration between two friends who have spent the last 10+ years working in the recreation, outdoor, and non-profit worlds. When we step back and look at Vermont's recreation landscape, we see a community of individuals who love to be outside exploring and experiencing the world around them. We also see a lot of very dedicated organizations working hard to improve the quantity and quality of the outdoor resources here in Vermont. We want #VTRunCo to be a bridge between these two groups... the [...]

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