Latest edition of Trail Run Aust/NZ is now out

From the Editors of Trail Run Aust/NZ:

All you trail runners – you may have heard the rumour wafting around out there, like the perfume of fresh eucalypti on a winding mountain trail: the latest edition of Trail Run Magazine is available to download:

or if you want a sneak peak of an editorial to get a taste of the Spring Edition. Sunshine? Flowers? Maybe…
What we can promise you is:
Investigation: into the Kimberley Ultra fire disaster
Profiles: Damone Goerke & Beth Cardelli
Features: Hillary Trail (NZ) // Gretel Fortmann tackles the UTMB
Special Feature: Why Run? For two Kiwi runners it was to get over mountains bigger and more crushing than anything faced on the trail (yes, you’ll cry)
Why trail running broke Andy Hewat’s heart
Glasshouse 100 (through the eyes of winner Mike Le Roux)
Kokoda Challenge // Great Naseby (NZ) // Coastal Classic
Shoe reviews
Great gear
Ankle problems & Core stability
…and plenty more…
If you can fling the above further around your respective social networks, Facebook, Twitter, blogs and the like, it’d be appreciated.
Remember that it’s a 55MB download file – it takes a few minutes depending on your connection speed and computer, and best viewed in pdf Reader X or Preview (on Mac), NOT in a web browser.
Hardcopy in the pipeline!! Featuring the best of Eds1&2. Pre-orders are piling up, and it’s a limited run so register your copy NOW by emailing (put HARDCOPY SUBSCRIBE in the subject line).
A huge thank you to our Foundation Supporters, without which Trail Run Mag does not exist:
And to:
The Bird Collective – simply the best design, art, production and ideas agency in the world. Use them.

Running Wild NZ – they know they’ve got it good in NZ when it comes to trails, lucky they want to share

EnduroExplorer – regular contributor Nick Wienholt likes trail, exploring, wilderness, gear testing…we like him

Trail Running Company – the home of the Great Ocean Walk 100, the Bogong to Hotham and of trail extraordinaire and regular writer and tester, Andy Hewat