Last summer, three ultrarunners, Yassine Diboun, Scott Loughney and Travis Liles, attempted to run 453 miles along the Pacific Crest Trail, crossing the entire state of Oregon from the Oregon/California border to the Oregon/Washington border. With help from a tireless support crew, Diboun and Loughney successfully set a new supported fastest known time (FKT) on the route of eight days, 12 hours and 5 minutes, beating the previous record of eight days and 19 hours held by Joe McConaughy, and raised money for three charities while doing it. (They originally aimed to beat the self-supported FKT of 7 days and 22 hours set by Brian Donnelly in 2013, but had to quickly adjust to the new goal in the final days of the run.)
Nearly seven months later, Pursuit Films with sponsorship from trail running brands Inov-8 and Territory Run Co., has released “One Step At A Time,” a 30-minute documentary about the three men’s journey on the Oregon Pacific Crest Trail. It’s a story of trial and triumph, and an incredible exertion of human will.
You can watch the entire film on Vimeo On Demand.