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WINDSURFNERD's Photo WINDSURFNERD Posts: 770
5/5/13 10:22 A

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You have many options:
1) ask the hotel staff about well-traveled running routes
2) check out online maps like mapmyrun or usatf's site
3) contact a local running shop or club for fun runs or favorite routes
4) look for a race in the area
5) use google map to create your own route
I've done all of the above and these runs always help me to get the feeling of a new town and are good memories.

One piece of advice: don't stress too much if you run slower or have to go short, traveling puts stress on your body that sometimes can show up in your run.

Enjoy your trip!

A ship in the harbor is safe. But that's not what ships are built for.

- Anonymous


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4/14/13 6:47 A

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Hello, all out there:

I'll be in Salt Lake city, near convention center, for a business trip. My marathon race is coming up soon so I need to continue to train. I just learned that the hotel my boss had us stayed in just closed their fitness room recently. Does anyone know if there's a good running route near convention center/downtown in Salt Lake city? Is it safe to run on the streets in that area early in the morning? Any areas to avoid?

Thanks for any tips!

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