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Tribute to the Trails Calendar Benefits WTA

Posted by Erika Haugen-Goodman at Nov 23, 2015 10:10 AM |
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The annual Tribute to the Trails calendar shares the amazing trail running photography of Glenn Tachiyama, with all proceeds going to WTA.

Everyone loves a good calendar, especially when that calendar features action-packed subjects and stunning photography.

The 2016 Tribute to the Trails calendar is the work of Seattle photographer Glenn Tachiyama who captures some of the best moments in trail running in Washington. It features stunning photos and is brought to you by a team of volunteers who love trails. In fact, they love trails so much that all proceeds from sales go straight to WTA so we can continue building and maintaining the trails we all enjoy.

A project to support Washington's trails

Now in it's eleventh year, the Tribute to the Trails Calendar Project is the brainchild of WTA member, photographer and runner, Glenn Tachiyama, and WTA's past board president, Wendy Wheeler-JacobsTogether, they produce the inspiring calendar to support WTA's work to protect and maintain trails.

Last year, the project raised more than $26,000 for WTA and trails. A huge thanks to Glenn, Wendy, calendar sponsors, volunteers and all the trail lovers out there!

Calendar comes with chance to win race entries

For each calendar you purchase, there is an entry form on the inside back cover to fill out and send in for a drawing to be held on January 7, 2016. The list includes:

There will also be quarterly drawings for a pair of Hoka shoes this year! To be eligible you need to have joined WTA (or a similar organization if you live outside of Washington) on a volunteer trail work party. More info is available on the Tribute to the Trails website.

Where to get your calendar:

The price of the calendar is $23 online* / $20 in-store and may be purchased from:

More information

Tribute to the Trails Calendar Project website

Tribute to the Trails on Facebook