Host of the world’s largest marathon, New York City boasts one of the most vibrant running cultures in the United States. Here's a guide to the best trails, parks, and routes to explore in all five of the city's boroughs ahead of the 50th anniversary of the NYC Marathon.
Host of the world’s oldest marathon, Boston boasts a unique running culture and tradition. With its setting on the Charles River and the Atlantic Ocean, and pedestrian-scale historic neighborhoods, Boston is one of the best cities in the world for runners. Here's a guide to the best spots to lace up and explore.
Chicago running offers world-class scenery and variety, including extensive waterfront trails, beautiful parks, and great neighborhoods. Here's your guide to running in the Windy City.
Fantastic sights that can be easily explored on foot, eight iconic Royal Parks, whimsical river paths that enable loops of various lengths — London provides some of the world's best running.
The site of the world's fastest marathon, Berlin has one of the continent’s most vibrant running cultures. Here's a guide to the best places to run in Germany's capital city.
In honor of the XXXII Summer Olympic Games, Great Runs has developed 40+ special ‘Olympics’ routes in cities that have hosted the Games. Here's a sample.
A sampling of the most breathtaking and runnable beaches in North America.
A guide to finding less-crowded, social-distancing-friendly runs close to home.
Doing a “showerable activity” every day for 2,000+ days has kept this runner healthy and race fit.