My 10 Favorite Cities In Which To Run

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I’m an avid runner. It’s my best thinking time. If I’m out of town, I usually run longer distances because of the new surroundings. I’ve had some glorious running experiences.

Here are my favorite cities (communities) in which to run, somewhat in order:

  • Chicago
  • Washington, D.C.
  • Philadelphia
  • New York City
  • Minneapolis, MN
  • San Francisco, CA
  • Dallas, TX
  • Lexington, KY
  • Saugatuck, MI
  • Santa Monica, CA

This is actually my domestic list. I have had some international running opportunities. I may rank them someday.

Do you know of a great city in which to run?

Tell me where I am missing.

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10 thoughts on “My 10 Favorite Cities In Which To Run

  1. I loved running in New Orleans when I was in seminary. I miss a lot of those running spots – City Park, Magazine St., St Charles Ave between the street cars. I lot of good running spots in that city.

  2. Juno Beach Florida. It is on the East Coast of Florida. They have a cool path that starts in Juno by this really beautiful lake and then you jog along the ocean all the way down to Carlin Park in Jupiter. I used to roller blade it. So pretty! Nice Ocean Breeze! Then afterwards you can walk the Juno Pier, which I love, one of my favorite things is go out to the end of it and watch the waves backwards… pretty cool!
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