Pics of Where You Run


#1

Bringing back an old DyeStat thread. Post pics of where you run.

Rockefeller Park:




#2

this one is my favorite trail


#3

At Home:
DuPage River/Knoch Knolls Park

Greene Valley Forest Preserve

At School:
Wiouwash Trail (although we don’t go there nearly enough)

Unfortunately no good trails in town so we mostly run on streets/sidewalks, especially in the winter. This is part of the route where I do a lot of my runs, near Pierce/Lutz parks.


#4

Great thread. I’ll post pics later. Although, it will be “Pics of where you snowshoe/xc ski” this time of the year.


#5

pic dump starts now:
pirates cove just south of muir beach:

matt davis trail:

matt davis again:


muir woods:

dipsea trail towards stinson beach:

coastal trail at the southern tip of the headlands:

phoenix lake:

lake lagunitas:

sun trail:

owl trail:

view from the top of mt tamalpais:


#6

Awesome pics afv, have you ever run the Dipsea race?


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#9

When I’m on campus: Bonelli Park and Marshall Canyon

When I’m at home: Claremont Colleges

I wish I had a big trail system by me like you guys do. We have one but it’s just filled with steep hills. Not really something to run every day.


#10

Monastery in Cumberland, RI




#11

Home/school

Harbison State Forest

Winthrop Lake

McAlpine Creek Park

Ye old dirt road

And two favorites from abroad:

Margaretsziget

Nepliget


#12

Home:
Mcalpine Creek Park

Anne Springs Close Greenway

School:
Greenbury Point

Sandy Point Park


#13


Curt Gowdy State Park- Rated best Mtn Bike Trails on the front range. Having a hard time finding any pics that really show this though. 15 minutes away.

Turtle Rock trail, etc at Vedauwoo (Ve-da-voo) 15 minutes away

Snowy Range 9000-12000, 30 minutes away.

Happy Jack Recreation area, 8 minutes away. This one has less tourist appeal and therefore even less pictures.

I need to get out and take some of my own pictures for this thread.


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#15

yeah i’ve done it 9 of the past 10 years. finished in the top 5 the past 4 years. i’ve run the double dipsea 3 times as well. both of them are a ton of fun but the single (original) dipsea is impossible to get into due to their snail mail application system.

how did you hear about it?


#16

At home:

St. Tammany Trace:

At school:

Old Tunica Road, for long runs:

University lakes for every other run:


#17

The Twin Lakes Trails back home.
Where Iona also runs.




#18

Swan Creek Metro Park

Wildwood Preserve Metro Park

Sidecut Metro Park

Oak Openings Metro Park

Sylvan Prairie Park

Harroun Community Park

Quarry Ridge Bike Trail


#19

NSFW if you want to be productive.


#20

I would post… but I realized that no one wants to see photos of Worcester.