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8/27/10 9:22 A

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The title of the tread made me laugh? But we are talking about running...lol

Since I am new to running I will have to pick Blandy Farms so far. My DH took me by so I can see it and it is nice but gravel and a slight incline towards the end.

In Berryville at the Park is a 1.6 walking/running path that is nice.

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8/26/10 11:31 A

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We are so blessed to live in such a wonderful, scenic area. Now that the temps will hopefully be dropping a few degrees, hopefully we can all get out and really enjoy it.

My Harper's Ferry post got me to thinking... I bet there are tons of hidden treasures that we have yet to tap into for some great outdoor exercise.

I travel up and down the Valley constantly for work and am always looking for safe places to squeeze in a walk or run.

What is your favorite spot to exercise and what do you do there?

I'll answer first: I run at Gypsy Hill Park in Staunton, Va on a regular basis. It's safe and scenic. One lap around the park is 1.3 miles and there are also some 5K race mileage marks too.

I also run regularly at Ridgeview Park in Waynesboro. My half marathon training has been using the Park to Park Half marathon route, it's great the mile markers are all painted on the road, so it's easy to keep up with splits.

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