Seth started running trail ultras in 2009 and hasn’t looked back. He doesn’t win races but he knows how to keep going. His current focus is on self-supported adventure runs and fastpacking in the Nepal Himalaya.
Seth’s professional life is divided between doing health outcomes research as a professor at the University of Washington, managing www.wideopenvistas.org – a small non-profit in Nepal, and helping design and co-lead fastpacks in Nepal through Himalayan Adventure Labs.
Longest Run: 3,384 mile solo self-supported run from Seaside, Oregon to Boston, Massachusetts in 2012. Averaged 31.6 miles per day for 107 days. Trip Report
Hardest Trail: Great Himalaya Trail High Route 2014.
Most Beautiful Trail: Haute Route Pyrenees in 2016
Adventure Resume and Calendar: www.sethwolpin.com