Fastpacker, ultrarunner, climber, biker, whitewater guide, kayaker, surfer, writer, photographer, and fiddler, Brian Donnelly has done it all – and quite successfully!
Brian has held the speed record for the 456-mile Oregon section of the Pacific Crest Trail since 2013, completing it in 7 days, 22 hours, and 37 minutes. Most recently, Brian set the Haleakala National Park Sea-to-Summit fastest known time, climbing 10,023 feet over roughly 19 miles and finishing in 4:30:45!
We want to know how he does it as much as you do, which is why we are so incredibly excited that Brian has offered to share with us at the finale of the #skoutoutside Speaker Series!
Come to Base Camp Brewing on April 18th to hear Brian's philosophy and technique for moving fast & light on multi-day adventures. He’ll share highlights from his record-setting Pacific Crest Trail adventure and explain how to simplify logistics, optimize gear, and use the body’s natural rhythms to overcome extreme challenges.
This is another great chance to learn about #teamskoutbackcountry and to hear about experiences with various sports, gear, training, and nutrition.
Huge raffle prizes with proceeds going to SheJumps: Portland
|If you couldn't make it to the first few, don't worry! You can read synopses of the first two Speaker Series events here:|
Part 1: Willie McBride:
Part 2: Jeremy Long:
And as always, we want to do a huge shoutout to our faithful partners! Thanks to Base Camp Brewing, New Seasons Market, Bend Marathon, Evolution Healthcare and Fitness, Daybreak Racing, Happy Mountain Kombucha, The Herb Shoppe, JT Racing, Outdoor Project, Planet Granite, SheJumps, Territory Run Co., and Wy'east Wolfpack!