Running Wild: Trail Running in Yellowstone
July 20 - 23
Anthony Pavkovich, M.A.
Outdoor Recreation, Trail Running
Join Yellowstone Forever for a trail running adventure in Yellowstone National Park. While cruising scenic ridgelines and dropping into remote canyons, you'll see rarely visited areas of the park and leave only footprints on the landscape. Enjoy wildlife watching, searching for tracks and signs, and learning more about the natural history of the region while moving at a steady pace down some of Yellowstone's most iconic trails. Evenings will be spent at the historic Lamar Buffalo Ranch surrounded by new and existing friends, conversing about that day’s activities, enjoying guided stretching, and diving deep into discussion about the locations and encounters you've had during the day.
About the instructor
Anthony tells stories to build relationships - be it person to person, community to community, or society to the natural world. As a filmmaker and journalist, he’s drawn to stories that challenge his assumptions and make him walk in other people’s shoes. He holds a master’s in environmental science and natural resource journalism from the University of Montana and was a fellow at the International Wildlife Film Festival. When not working behind his camera, you can find him traversing the landscape under his own power – be it in running shoes, on skis or by bike. To better get to know his backyard, he once ran 240 miles across the region he calls home.
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