Books by Brendan Leonard


Brendan Leonard is a columnist at Outside, and his writing has appeared in Runner's World, National Geographic Adventure, Climbing, Alpinist, and on and in dozens of other publications. He directed the 2017 short film How to Run 100 Miles, which screened at film festivals in more than 20 countries and on six continents and was viewed more than 5 million times online. He is the author of I Hate Running and You Can Too, Surviving the Great Outdoors, and Sixty Meters to Anywhere. Find more of his work at


Sixty Meters to Anywhere

Brendan Leonard


The Camping Life: Inspiration and Ideas for Endless Adventures

Forest Woodward and Brendan Leonard


Backpacker Magazine's Peak Bagging

Brendan Leonard


Best Served Wild: Real Food for Real Adventures

Brendan Leonard and Anna Brones


The New American Road Trip Mixtape

Brendan Leonard