Since this fall (and winter) caught us in the Alps, I have had plenty of opportunities to practice running in winter conditions. Thanks to my gear (see this picture in the previous post) I am almost never cold and I cannot use darkness as an excuse either. What remains is enjoying the white pristine surroundings. Take e.g. this morning: It started snowing at 4 am and by 7, the whole valley was white. On a day like this I feel privileged to live here.
10 k, Piesendorf valley.
Jéé, já sním o Vánocíííích bíílýýýých… 🙂 To je nádhera!
Vid? Kdyby jeste vysvitlo slunicko a nekdo mi vysypal cesticky sterkem…. ale to by zas nebyl zadnej trail :-).
Stunning photos!! I have learned to love to run in the snow- it is quite pretty!
It takes a bit of pushing but once you are out there, it is really beautiful and very very peaceful.
Like one of my friends said, running in the snow is not about speed but about enjoying the moment.
Krásný, v Sázavě už je po sněhu, “tady” se zdá, že to vydrží 🙂
Tak běhu zdar !
Jo jo, “tady” je ho porad dost (800 m n.m.) a porad pada :-).
Thanks. They are a perfect excuse for me to stop when I get tired during my runs, haha. Are you janathoning in 2014?
No to je nádhera….
Jo jo, clovek si musi hleadt maly motivacni radosti :-). Ja pokazdy zasnu nad tema tvejma brzkejma rannima vybehama!
I LOVE your photos – I wish I lied somewhere more picturesque so that I can share. Your such an inspiration, if ou can get out in that I MUST drag myself out in the 7 degrees mildness we have here!
Carla, it works both ways. You motivate me too! Where do you get the courage and motivation to go out there for all those 1/2M’s and M’s? Amazing! Please keep running and writing about it!