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Running in Philly

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Schuylkill River Trail

The Schuylkill River Trail extends 120 miles through Philadelphia and the surrounding suburbs! Start your run from anywhere along the trail; a few of our favorite routes include jumping on the path at the South Street Bridge, Lloyd Hall, and Shawmont Ave.

Franklin Field

Historical Franklin Field at the University of Pennsylvania is the oldest college stadium in the country and home to the world famous Penn Relays Carnival! We love running track workouts under the lights at FF!


Wissahickon Valley Park

Forbidden Drive is a great place to get a long run on a soft surface! The flat dirt path is five miles end-to-end, running along Wissahickon Creek.  If you're looking for something a bit steeper, the park also offers miles of side trails of rolling terrain.

Benjamin Franklin Bridge

The Benjamin Franklin Bridge Pedestrian Walkway connects Philadelphia, PA and Camden, NJ. It is a great way to add variety to your city run.  We recommend getting out there in time to see the sunrise or sunset and enjoying the beautiful views!


Washington Crossing
Historic Park

A short drive north of Philly, Washington Crossing Historic Park offers a scenic run along the Delaware River. This towpath extends 60 miles from Easton to Bristol. A popular trail among those in the Philly suburbs, the team enjoys running out here to escape the city buzz.

John Heinz National
Wildlife Refuge

Covering 1000 acres, the John Heinz Wildlife Refuge is a beautiful destination for a run. The park is only a short drive from Center City Philadelphia, located near the Philadelphia Airport. The dirt paths are teeming with wildlife, and prove to be a popular spot for runners looking for shade in the summer months!

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