In early March, we spent several days running some of remote trails of the Sierra Maestra mountain range in Cuba. We ran the densely forested singletrack trails to the historic Comandancia de la Plata—Fidel Castro’s long-ago rebel camp that served as the birthplace of the Cuban Revolution—and up and over Pico Turquino, the highest peak in Cuba at 6,476 feet above sea level. Click through the photos below to see some of the scenes from the trails.
See photo gallery here.
Steve Godwin, Brian Metzler and Michael Wardian
competitor.com, April 25, 2016