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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 races to plan your next runcation around

In the northern hemisphere, the leaves are starting to fall and change to a beautiful orange-green shade. While the opposite is happening in the southern hemisphere with winter slowly receding into spring. Wherever you are in the world, those are 2 of the best seasons for running and its time to plan your next runcation around these[…]

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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 Seattle

With a large network of trails and mild weather, Seattle is a great city for running. From urban trails, to parks, to views of the water, Seattle offers a range of running routes that are perfect for runners looking for scenic runs. Here are 5 of our favourite running routes in Seattle, including some bonus runs, perfect[…]

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3 Scenic Running Routes in Los Angeles

The “city of angels” has a lot to offer, including amazing scenery and beaches. Here are three great running routes in Los Angeles, which offer great ocean and city views that you can’t miss while you’re in L.A. 1. Temescal Canyon Located near the Pacific Palisades, this hilly trail offers beautiful canyon and ocean views. Ideal for[…]

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5 scenic running routes in and around Sydney

The beautiful city of Sydney is a popular destination for travellers, and is constantly rated as one of the best cities to run in. Whether you’re a local or a visitor, these running routes are for everyone. Manly to North Head Run This scenic run is in one of the most popular areas to run[…]

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Get to know Boston in 3 runs

Harvard, MIT, Boston Marathon, Freedom Trail, Charles River…these are just some of the names and places that come to mind when we think of Boston. One of the oldest cities in the United States, the city undeniably has decades worth of history and sights you should definitely miss when you visit. These 3 runs are[…]

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San Francisco in 5 runs

The iconic Golden Gate bridge, bustling farmers’ markets with fresh seafood and the whole host of hipster cafés, San Francisco is a vibrant city with a lot to eat, see and do! Deemed as the #1 running city in the world by Runner’s World, it is no surprise that the best way to get the[…]

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Run the World, Episode 4: Forest Park and Washington Park, Portland Oregon

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