Running Guides and TripsBelow are popular Running guides and trips that you can use to plan your next adventure. You can download guides, including a detailed map, description and points of interest for a small fee to your iPhone or Android.
Enjoy America's #1 recreation town by bike. This path starts in the plains, goes through town and ends in the mountains.
At over 10,000 feet in elevation, the Mineral Belt Loop Trail will take your breath in more ways than one.
The wildest, rockiest corner of San Francisco is a land of rich history and spectacular nature
A scenic 4-mile loop on steep, paved trails with great views on Stanford University and the San Francisco Bay.
A moderately difficult hike in Topanga Canyon State Park. Lush greens and beautiful views make this trail a hit!
Great way to see the Bay
Great views all around! The LA basin, the San Fernando Valley, the ocean!
Hike beside the famous broad beaches of Huntington on this easy, flat, paved multi-use trail.
From Georgetown to Calico Rocks Campground, this 48 miles is the first of four sections on the C & O Canal Towpath trail
A flat walk with stunning views of the canyon. Up to 12 miles, mostly paved.
A 62-acre park popular for surfing, sunbathing, surf fishing and picnicking. This guide takes your from end to end.
From Massabesic Lake to Great Bay, this trail offers pretty ponds, beautiful bridges and a shady ride in the NH forests.
This trail runs from beautiful Mount Vernon, George Washington's home, to the stunning monuments of Washington D.C.
The MOTHER of all relays, Hood to Coast Relay is a 200 mile relay race starting at Mt. Hood & ending in Seaside, Oregon.
Alternate access to Claremont Wilderness loop.
Top walking tours, the best way to explore San Francisco on Foot
This is the Cowles Mountain Region of the Mission Trails Regional Park. This is an intermediate to advanced ride.
This San Diego beach is popular for surfing, fishing, skin diving and camping. This guide takes you from end to end.
The first half of the trail to Mount Wilson, an old camp used by Mr Wilson himself.
Short coastal bluff hike with outstanding views and wildflowers.