High-Altitude Training Blogs

Icelandic Runner Arnar Pétursson Trains at the Mammoth Lakes Crib

Jan 07, 2019 / Sarah Rea

“I talk to my family, my girlfriend, and my running friends each week, and I always say, ‘Man, I can’t believe this place. There is always something new.’” MORE

New at The Crib: Year-Round Access for Winter Training

Dec 04, 2018 / Sarah Rea

The Mammoth Lakes Crib is opening its doors for the first winter since its inception in 2011. MORE

Katie Hall Turns Mammoth Lakes Spring Stay Into Cycling Success

May 02, 2018 / nollic

"[In Mammoth Lakes], I’m able to live high and train low and experience the best of both worlds." MORE

Are Marathons Really for Everyone?

Jan 24, 2018 / Andrew Kastor

This time of year, as a running coach, I’m often approached by runners or people new to the sport who want to take the first of the year plunge into running. MORE

Top Rides On The Eastside

Sep 01, 2017 / nollic

There’s never been a question of Mammoth Lakes’ status as a world-class mountain bike destination; but recently, it’s the road cycling that’s really put the region in the spotlight. MORE

When Training at High Altitude, Hydration Is Key

Jul 28, 2017 / Andrew Kastor

Hydration should be a major focus throughout the day for runners. MORE

Things Are Heating Up in Mammoth Lakes

Jun 21, 2017 / Andrew Kastor

The 5th Annual Mammoth Half Marathon was this past Sunday, June 19 and it was a warm one! Yours truly paced the 1:45 group and needed to slow down to a 1:54 pace due an unforeseen calf cramp issue. Nonetheless I enjoyed the race and I felt joy when greeted by my daughter, Piper,... MORE