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Top 5 Ways to Stay Safe on the Trails

Running a beautiful trail is an experience like no other. We encounter nature in all its glory and become acutely aware of the peaceful magic running the trails. With early summers mornings and late night sunshine, we’re all itching to grab our sneakers and get running.  However before you hit the trails it’s important to[…]

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4 Reasons Why Moms Should Start Running

Introducing Sharon Hanks, a wife and mom of two boys. She is a RunGo Ambassador and lives in Northern California. She enjoys running 5ks to marathons. When she’s not running she enjoys recapping her experiences on her blog Run- Hike-Play, hiking, camping, and spending time with the kids. This week Sharon is sharing her story[…]

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Top 5 Best Places to Run in North America

In North America, there are unbelievably beautiful places but not every one is the best to run. For runners combining great running terrain with a beautiful view is like striking gold. We’ve rounded up the running spots guaranteed to blow you away and give ideas for your next trip! The Seawall – Vancouver Photo by Nikkita Nair   Host of the 2010[…]

5 best running routes in and around Barcelona

One of Spain’s most popular destinations attracting over 7 million visitors each year, Barcelona has it all – bordering along the Mediterranean sea, with a vibrant cityscape and rich in nature. The city is the perfect holiday destination all year round with the right mix of culture, history and nature. Explore this gorgeous city with[…]

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Interview with Craig Slagel: Tor des Geants

Our founder, Craig Slagel, won the Arroyo Facebook Photo Contest a couple of months ago for his picture Running in the Italian Alps during Tor des Geants in Valle d’Aosta! This brought back memories from his race 5 years ago and we thought it’d be awesome to share them and inspire you to sign up[…]

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5 Great Running Routes in Washington, DC

Washington is a great city to run in, with plenty of trails, scenery and history. Here are 5 great running routes in Washington that prove just that: 1. National Mall 10K Loop Tour Explore National Mall, one of the most popular destinations in the city, which attracts around 24 million visitors each year. This route[…]

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Run the World, Episode 6: Temescal Canyon Loop

In Run the World series, RunGo’s team of run-loving employees will take you on a tour of the best running routes around the world. Each run will feature a different region, with tons of photos to get you motivated and a link to RunGo’s running route, so you can follow the run with voice navigation.[…]

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5 Great Running Routes in Toronto

Toronto has a variety of great trails and places to run throughout the city. Here are 5 great running routes in Toronto, with something for every type of runner, whether you’re a traveler, a trail runner or a marathoner. 1. Downtown Toronto, TO Water Out n Back! This route takes you along Queens Quay, which[…]

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Run the World, Episode 5: Mount Baker / North Cascades Copper Ridge Loop

In Run the World series, RunGo’s team of run-loving employees will take you on a tour of the best running routes around the world. Each run will feature a different region, with tons of photos to get you motivated and a link to RunGo’s running route, so you can follow the run with voice navigation. Whether it’s road or[…]

VIMFF 2016: 3 Things I learned about trail running

Last night, the RunGo team had the opportunity to attend the Trail Running night at the Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival (VIMFF). Incorporated in 1998, the film festival has grown exponentially over the years and hosts a variety of outdoor films & speakers at their event annually. An almost full house event, the night covered[…]