Are you planning a trip to San Francisco?
Where Should I Run?
The Marina: The North Side of SF offers a great trail from the Golden Gate Bridge to Fisherman's Wharf and on to the Embarcadero. You'll find hundreds of people out running, walking their dogs, flying kites, and enjoying the scenery.
Golden Gate Park: You can get lost pretty easily in these trails, but you'll never be too far from a road or the edge of the park. On weekends most of the roads in the park are closed to traffic and open to runners. You'll find beautiful gardens, museums, hot dog carts, and your fellow runners everywhere you look.
Land's End Trail: This trail connects the Presidio and Ocean Beach. Both are great running spots on their own, but this short connection offers amazing views of the Golden Gate Bridge and The Marin Headlands. No cars allowed, and you should pack your trail shoes and a camera.
Are There Groups I Can Meet Up With?
If you are in town on a Tuesday Night, join us at Fleet Feet Sports at 6pm for a 3-5 mile fun run.
There are also several great running clubs in the city with weekly runs. Visit their web sites for more information.
Where Can I Find a Race Schedule During My Visit?
What Websites Should I Look At Before My Visit?
SFGate.com - The SF Chronicle Web Site, with lots of local news.
Weather.com - Plan your running wardrobe accordingly.
OnlyInSanFrancisco.com - Offical Visitor's Site
SFStation.com - City Guide for Music, Arts, Events, and More
Yelp.com - Online Reviews for Restaurants and Shops