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Where to Run

Atlanta Metro Area

Various running trails exist in the Atlanta's metro area!  If you like formal trail running or jogging on a concrete path, Atlanta has it for you.  With various landscapes and inclines, the Atlanta running environment is exciting and varied for all types of runners.  Listed below are some of the places that you can find Delta Duster members running and enjoying the scenery.


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minneapolis - St. Paul Metro Area

Between the river, parks, and lakes, it’s no wonder the Twin Cities marathon is the most beautiful urban marathon in the country. The Grand Rounds National Scenic Byway, is a 50+ mile network of trails encompassing the best of Minneapolis.  Yes, there are great places to run in St. Paul, too! Arguably not as connected as the Minneapolis trails, but there are still some majestic locations to pound out a few miles.  Below are just some suggestions.  If you have any let us know and we can add them!

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Los Angeles Metro Area

With its gorgeous weather and breathtaking scenery, Los Angeles offers countless running paths for health-conscious locals and visitors to get their hearts pumping. From the heart of L.A. to the spectacular coastal views of the beach cities, here are some of the best running paths in Los Angeles.

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Cincinnati Metro Area

Settled on the north side of the Ohio River, Cincinnati offers runners miles of riverfront running routes. Bridges from Downtown Cincinnati span the Ohio River across to Covington and Newport in Northern Kentucky. Downtown Cincinnati is marked by Fountain Square, at the heart of the Central Business District. Kroger, Macy’s, The E.W. Scripps Company, Fifth Third Bank and Proctor & Gamble are all headquartered downtown. Cincinnati is compact. This offers runners many iconic runs along the river and over the bridges all accessible without renting a car. Further afield, visitors can access larger parks with great views as well as explore the University of Cincinnati area. There is a reasonably good bus system in Cincinnati, but anything outside of downtown will generally require a car.

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New York Metro Area

Sure, New York City is crazy crowded with taxis, pigeons, and a billion humans. But it also has some of the best places to run in the entire country, with running paths so picturesque they can almost make you forget how outrageous your rent is. To prove it, we found the most beautiful running routes in New York City that are sure to give you that push you need to get off your couch and start working out.

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Salt Lake City Metro ARea

You need to see Salt Lake City to believe it. Run through the city’s iconic landmarks, race against the towering Wasatch Mountains, finish victoriously and celebrate with friends and family.  The best thing is that Utah has some of the best trails in the US.  Trail running can also add another dynamic to your training and help use and strengthen muscles you normally don’t use running on the roads.  It’s challenging, yet beautiful. We’re showing you the view. Now show us your determination!

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Detroit Metro ARea

There is a solid and dedicated running scene in Detroit. The best bets downtown are wonderful Belle Isle, and the 5 mile Riverwalk trail. There are also some good neighborhoods and old ‘avenues’ that are sort of a running ‘tourist’ attraction of the city’s past, present, and future. If you have the time, head 8 miles east of the city to do a run along Lakeshore Rd. in Grosse Pointe, with beautiful water views and Detroit’s finest homes.

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Seattle - Tacoma Metro Area

Running trails in Washington...whether you're looking for an easy short running trail or a long running trail, you'll find what you're looking for.  Along with driving a convertible and walking a dog, running is one of those activities that doesn’t look like much fun in Seattle until it’s summer, when suddenly, any excuse to be outside is a good one. Thankfully, the Emerald City offers lots of places to forget about the construction, the traffic, and the impending months of bad weather and simply breathe in the smell of cedars while getting buzzed on that runner’s high. Now get off that couch, put the pho down, and get to stepping.

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