Good Content from: Team Saucony
Traveling can often be a big disruptor when it comes to getting your miles in. It doesn’t have to be, though. While we couldn’t cover them all, the Saucony team offers up some of our favorite places to run when we’re away from home. If you happen to find yourself here, they’re a must see, must run!
Chestnut Hill Reservoir—Boston, MA
The one thing BU and BC students can agree on is that there’s nothing better than a lap or two around this iconic body of water. Once you hit your stride, it’s smooth sailing on the Reservoir.
Lauren, Digital Marketing, Runs in Triumph ISO5
Edgewater Park—Cleveland, OH
With 147 acres of beaches, trails and open fields on the shores of Lake Erie, there’s plenty of scenic terrain to enjoy.
Michelle, Field Marketing, Runs in Ride ISO2
Moses Cone Memorial Park—Blowing Rock, NC
There is nothing like escaping to the Blue Ridge Mountains for some cooler air and quiet, misty mornings. Once you’re warmed up, you can even cool off afterwards with a dip in one of the rivers along the trail.
Darby, Assistant Performance Engineer, Runs in Ride ISO2
Chicago Lakefront Trail—Chicago, IL
An 18.5 mile run through four beautiful parks, 13 spectacular neighborhoods and around 30 or so deep-dish pizza places is a fantastic way to see Chicago.
Erin, Field Marketing, Runs in Kinvara 10
Bear Hill Garden – Sudbury, MA
A half-mile west of Walden Pond, these woods were a favorite of Henry David Thoreau. Tall pines tower over ferns and trails padded with pine straw. You can cross the tracks and cool off in Walden Pond or you can stay in the woods and find your way to Fairhaven Bay.
Matt, Art Director, Runs in the Ride ISO2
Design District—Miami, FL
Who says you have to spend a fortune to have a good time in one of Miami’s swankiest neighborhoods? You can jog through the District without paying a dime. A post-run stop at the Salty Donut is optional.
Sam, Field Marketing, Runs in Guide ISO2
Buffalo Bayou Park—Houston, TX
Take in amazing views of the Houston skyline along a 5.5- mile loop in this urban oasis. Charming bridges and lush lawn areas make this a must-try for runners of all abilities.
Chris, Field Marketing, Runs in Freedom ISO2
13 Bridges Trail, Rockefeller State Park Preserve – Pleasantville, NY
This 1.9-mile trail loop through a lush hardwood forest crosses Gory Brook 13 times. With every turn comes another bridge. Might as well be In Madison County! Run the loop a couple of times for a 4-mile run. Or do pickups from bridge to bridge for a fun speed workout. Don’t forget your warm up and cool down runs!
Sharon, PR and Trail Marketing, Runs in the Guide TR
Central Park—New York, NY
There’s something incredible about running through the heart of the world’s most iconic city and still feeling like you’re somewhere out in the country.
Etan, Field Marketing, Runs in Kinvara 10
University Lakes—Baton Rouge, LA
Pelicans, ducks and other native wildlife make this route on the LSU campus a favorite of locals and visitors alike. If you’re in the area, a run on the home turf of the Bayou Bengals is a must.
Chris, Field Marketing, Runs in Liberty ISO
Mid-Mountain Trail—Park City, UT
At 8,000 feet above sea level, this trail is not for the short of breath. Those who dare will be rewarded with extraordinary ridge-top running through aspens and pines.
Ken, Latin America Brand, Runs in Peregrine