This first-person hyperlapse video shows what running 159 miles in one year looks like

Running year-round in Bozeman, Montana takes dedication. It can get quite snowy and frigid in the winter, but Jeff Dougherty put down 159.5 miles this past year. And he documented it all.

“Running The Seasons” is a hyperlapse video that Dougherty put together from his runs, which was no easy task considering it took 83 intense hours of stabilization in After Effects.

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We’re glad he put in the work, because his route looks peaceful during all seasons of the year and should motivate you to get out there and run.

Fall in Montana.

Fall in Montana.

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