About the American Trail Running Association (ATRA)
The American Trail Running Association (ATRA), was formed in 1996 as a Colorado non-profit to serve the mountain, ultra and trail (MUT) running community. Our mission is to promote the sport, encourage trail conservation, advocate for trail access and promote healthy, outdoor lifestyles. We offer memberships for individuals, running clubs, race directors and your favorite trail running brands.
Individual Members receive our quarterly Trail Times Magazine, get exclusive access to drawings for FREE race entries, receive our monthly e-newsletter and more. Already a member? Give a membership to your favorite trail running or ultra running friend.
In addition to paid memberships, ATRA provides FREE resources for trail runners including:
- Event Calendar with over 8000 Trail Races
- Accident Insurance for Trail Runners
- Google Streetview of the Western States Trail
- National Directory of Coaches and Camps
- National Directory of Trail Work Groups
- National Directory of Clubs
- The Latest Trail Running News
Looking for our corporate membership page? Find it over here!
Individual Membership Options
Supporter - includes ATRA's quarterly newsletter Trail Times - $20/year (two years $35)
Local time: 9:41 AM
Membership with Trail Times and Trail Runner magazines - $35/year (two years $65)
Legacy Membership - For a minimum investment of $1000, legacy members will have a lifetime membership with ATRA. All donations at this level are 100% tax deductible. “ATRA Legacy Members are individuals who want to make their mark and, unlike their ethic of leaving no trace on the trails they run, have a lasting impression through the organization that supports the sport they value so highly,” said ATRA president Adam W. Chase. “Legacy Membership allows trail running enthusiasts to make a substantial, one-time donation to a not-for-profit that stands for and supports their passion.”
*memberships are for one year from date of purchase.