Friends and family keep her going

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Written on Sep 1st, 2014 By
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  By Marlene Farrell RunWenatchee.com In the spring, five trail races dictated my training. So this summer I took a hiatus from races after June. Other things were more important: my kids’ swim team, time to write, house projects, and vacations. Now a race date looms ever closer on the calendar. On Oct. 18 I…

Trail running minutes from Wenatchee

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Written on Aug 17th, 2014 By
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  By Amber King RunWenatchee.com Man alive, I love exploring the trails in and around Chelan Country! Each one brings its own little spice, with new surprises. And as we know, exploration and trail running go hand-in-hand. If you can hike, you can trail run. A lot of the time, I just think of it…

Cool run on a hot day

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Written on Jul 30th, 2014 By
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  By Amber King RunWenatchee.com The weather has been hot in the Wenatchee Valley! To avoid fizzling on your runs, there are a few options. If you want to stay in the valley, get up early before the temperatures rise. If you’re not a morning person, consider going for a late evening run when the…

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Trail running Icicle Ridge

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Written on Jul 15th, 2014 By
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By Amber King RunWenatchee.com If you’re looking for a tough run that has ‘take your breath away’ views, stacked with a probable mountain high — look no further. As the longest, most scenic ridge run in Washington, Icicle Ridge has it all! Icicle Ridge was put on my trail-running bucket list shortly after arriving in…

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Run better? Get stronger.

Written on Jul 9th, 2014 By
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So many lessons in one week

Written on Jun 15th, 2014 By
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Trail runner and blogger Amber King moves up the trail in the Wenatchee National Forest south of Cashmere.

Hard to beat Devil’s Gulch area for trail running

Written on Jun 2nd, 2014 By
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