We’re a dirty little mag.

A dirty, dirty, filthy mag.

About running. Off road, on trail, off piste, on earth.

Welcome to Trail Runner mag, Australasia’s only magazine entirely devoted to the dirty art of trail running.

Through forests, up mountains, across deserts…as long as it’s wild and dirty and there’s scant hint of boring bitumen, we’ll cover it.

You want to know who’s running up what mountain, who’s winning which extreme event, what’s the best short trail run just outside your town, what supplement will see you through that 100 kay killer, how to set up a training plan for the 4Deserts you reckon you’ll conquer next year, and what’s the best pair of runners to tackle the TNF100?

You’ll want to subscribe to Trail Runner magazine then…

Go on, get dirty.

  1. Please send me subscription details

  2. Finally, a trail runner magazine in the southern hemisphere!!!!

  3. Really looking forward to it; heard there’s some top articles and product reviews. Probably be a good write-up about TNF100 in May; bring it on!!!


  4. Bloody awesome Chris. I so need some bitumen free reading material and a source of solid info on trail running in Aus. Sign me up!

  5. Hi, I would love to read this mag- but I can’t! The style of font and its size is impossible, particually the white font. Is there some way of requesting it in a different format? I am serious, I just can’t read it. and I’m not that old 😦 Nikki

    • Hi Nikki,

      Thanks for your comment and interest! If you have downloaded onto your desktop correctly, and are viewing in either Acrobat Reader or Preview as suggested, you should be able to easily read the magaine. If you’re finding teh font size too small, simply zoom in. You can zoom right in until the font size is huge if need be. Meaning even if you were fuzzy sighted you’d be able to supersize it to read 🙂
      The key is in downloading the pdf file to your desktop, and then opening in either Reader (freely downloadable if you don’t have it, download Adobe Reader X) or Preview (on Macs). DO NOT simply double click on the link – this tends to auto download and open the document in your internet browser (Safari, Explorer, Firefox etc), which then DOES make it hard to read and go between pages.

      Ensure you follow the instructions here: https://trailrunnermag.wordpress.com/zine/ (scroll down and read the instructions) and you should be right.


      Chris, Editor, TRM

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