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Have you ever explored Lancaster’s Wind Cave? How about eaten mad honey? Touched 1,000-year-old petroglyphs? All of these wonders lay mere feet from the racers of the Keystone Trails Association 25k and 50k Trail Challenge. My friend and history partner Dominish Marie Miller raced it last year. “I really enjoy trail runs in general and I’ve found the fellow runners of the KTA to be the nicest people I’ve competed against,” Domi says.
Here’s an article I wrote about the run adventures along the race!

One of the reasons Noah Platts wants to earn his Eagle Scout rank is to prove that kids with physical disabilities, like himself, are just as capable as anyone else. He hasn’t let barriers limit his life, including carving out his own hand-dug canoe. He’s not the first local kid to do so. In 1927, a 14-year-old from Westminster similarly overcame physical setbacks to earn himself that Eagle Scout rank. However, it wasn’t easy.