CS x Outside: Al Arnold

Read the latest installment of “From The Lean-To” on Outside Magazine here. This week’s column is about Al Arnold, pioneer of Badwater, the 135-mile course that starts at the Western Hemisphere’s lowest point, Badwater Basin in Death Valley, and ends at Whitney Portal, the trailhead to the lower 48′s highest point, Mount Whitney. The race takes place in mid-July (The 2011 version started yesterday, July 11. See the connection?), when the weather conditions can exceed 120 °F, even in the shade. Excuse my French, but FUCK, man.

Read: From The Lean-To: Badwater’s Baddest Man

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