Trail Runner Mag: No Free Lunch

No Free Lunch: Trail Running and the Public-Lands Debate

Are trail runners freeloading on public lands?

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Montana Governor Steve Bullock gives an impassioned speech to supporters at a public-lands rally in the state-capitol building last January. Photo by Thom Bridge, Independent Record.

Montana Governor Steve Bullock gives an impassioned speech to supporters at a public-lands rally in the state-capitol building last January. Photo by Thom Bridge, Independent Record.

Protect Our Public Lands

As trail runners, we rely on our nation's public lands to do what we love. These wild places give us joy and inspiration, challenge us, and provide a satisfying sense of freedom. It only seems right that we give these lands something in return, and help protect them for generations to come. Join us in protecting our public lands and stay tuned for more ways to get involved. 

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