So, I've got a friend who is into running very long races through the wilderness. That's his passion. In fact, he has one this weekend and he invited me to come check it out. https://stcroixwinterultra.com/ It's 40 miles on a snow covered trail - at night. The funny thing is, he says this is a short one. It's considered a stepping stone for people looking to do races that are over 100 miles. On foot. In the winter. Do any of you do things like this? I had no idea that races like this even existed until recently. It's not quite bushcraft, but there are definitely elements of survival, and situational awareness that cross over into our world. While it's something that, if I'm being honest with myself, I have zero interest in trying, it's certainly very bad ass. I'm pretty sure I'm going to go check out the race this weekend out of extreme curiosity. I'll try to take pictures, pay attention to gear used and post more when I know more.