I have a favorite tree along the bike path that travels between Lolo and Hamilton in the Bitterroot Valley of Montana.
I always try to get out between Missoula and Lolo each fall to shoot the river when it is encased with color from the turning leaves. Each different year has different results and I always look forward to seeing what each fall will bring. I was able to get out on a Friday morning this year and was excited with the photos I was able to get.
It is hard to keep running as the summer winds down and we move into fall. I've been hoping to use the Run Wild Missoula sponsored Pumpkin Run 5k and The Turkey Day 8k as motivation to keep me getting miles in as the year ends.
The Western Montana Hill Climb took place this past weekend during a gorgeous Sunday morning. A four mile climb that gains a little over 800 feet as it works it way up Pattee Canyon, this ride is common with locals due to its close proximity to downtown. The race has a unique history and it is great fun to be able to be a part of the tradition.
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