Entries by Forrest Boughner

Where to run. What’s Clear and What’s Not

This time of year we are all playing the guessing game of what trail are clear of snow and what still has thigh deep post holes designed to cut shins with crystalized snow. Here’s a few ideas in and around Missoula that may keep you running snow free. Please remember that if you do encounter […]

Spring Trail Running Etiquette

With dirt patches reappearing on the sides of Waterworks and Mount Sentinel we know trail season isn’t too far behind. But, as excited as we are to get out and run some fresh single track, we do keep in mind a few rules for spring trail running etiquette. Trails are not like Valentine’s Day, we […]


RE Events is going Cupless!

In 2018 we used over 20,000 disposable cups at our events. That’s a lot of trash! Moving forward we are working on ways to host more sustainable, community minded events and part of that is a commitment to reducing waste. For 2019 all Runner’s Edge races will be entirely cupless! What this means for you: […]

Runner of the Month: March 2019

Evie Tate put on a show at the Treadmill Challenge pulling away dramatically in the last four minutes. In 2018 she finished 4th in the Missoula Marathon, and won the Elk Ramble. Evie is also in her second year of Physical Therapy school. Name: Evie Tate Hometown: Spartanburg, SC What brought you to Missoula? I […]

Marathon Training in the Snow

With March upon us it’s time to start thinking about training for the Missoula Marathon! But how do you start a run training program while snow is still falling, streets are icy, and ski season is alive and well? Here’s a few tips and tricks we’ve picked up over the years…. Ease into it – […]