Ever run with someone who gets on your case for being obsessed with distances and times? Does your GPS watch really need to chime every mile? Can't you take a break from your log book every now and then? For that person, there is the Ev-Henwood (pronounced "heaven wood") Nature Preserve, run by the University of North Carolina Wilmington. For at Ev-Henwood, located 10 miles south of Wilmington, the 15 trails that explore this 174-acre preserve are not measured in miles, or even half or quarter miles. Or yards or feet, for that matter. Rather, they are measured in the number of minutes it takes you to stroll the trail at a pace that will let you take careful note of the more than 50 bird species identified at the preserve, or the recovering farmland or timber tracts, or the old rice paddies. Thus, if you take either the David Sieren Learning Trail or the Troy Henry Learning Trail, your estimated hiking time would exceed two hours. We're guessing even a beginning trail runner can eclipse that time. In short, this is a trail network to run when you're more interested in exploring than working toward a new PR. More info here. Maps available here (download 33-page brochure to get map). Getting there from downtown Wilmington, here.