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Trail Running Women

Hilary Spires: Trail Runner, Coach, Sports Junkie

The women of the trails share their stories about running, racing, and life. These badass ladies from around the globe get honest about everything from competing, motherhood, and trying to have it all. Get ready for training ideas, gear tips, and a healthy dose of inspiration.


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Latest Episodes

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a month ago


4.9 out of 5 stars from 287 ratings
  • Great podcast

    Love your podcast!! Happy Trails ~

    Apple Podcasts
    donnie hud
    United Statesa month ago
  • Wannabe Trail Runner

    I’m currently a road runner, but totally dream of getting in trail running. This podcast has been so inspiring, funny and informative. My favorite things are just hearing from Hilary who is a new(ish) mother like myself and gives me hope that I can carve out these things for myself still! Great guests, but the hosts are excellent on their own! I’d love to hang out with these chicks irl

    Apple Podcasts
    United States5 months ago
  • I Love this podcast!

    I’ve been a listener for over a year so this review is long overdue. This podcast is full of trail running tips and tricks but it’s also much more than that. It’s full of inspiring stories from women (and a couple men) from a wide variety of backgrounds, experiences and ages. It’s about struggle and triumph and what it’s like to live life with a passion for adventure. It also has lots of helpful information and stories about what’s it’s like to integrate intense endurance pursuits with other asp... more

    Apple Podcasts
    M.J. Hawkins
    Canada6 months ago
  • Upbeat, Frank and Fresh

    As a fan for over a year, today I had to stop and write a 5 star review. Hilary’s authentic love of sport and life that exudes every episode and it is shared intimately with her audience. I especially enjoyed the body image discussion. Keep up the important work Hilary.

    Apple Podcasts
    Canada7 months ago
  • Wow!

    I may be partial to Hilary as a podcaster myself I know the amount of work and labor she puts into this project to help other women get on the trails! I love so much about it from the great Guests, to the small pieces of her life she shares, to the running and non running related chatter. Fun and easy to listen to, thanks for all the effort you put in To put out amazing content!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States8 months ago

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