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Running in the USA is a healthy way of sightseeing in the country’s vastly diverse cities. Each of these cities has its own quirks and unique lifestyle, but there is much more. You can hit the trails to explore the open natural landscapes or jog alongside the blue Pacific coast.
Get outside and explore the vibrant metropolis of New York City or the laid-back surfer’s paradise of San Diego. There are also creative hotspots like Asheville and Austin as well as Tampa, Florida’s economic powerhouse.
With so much to explore, it is impossible to see everything. However, running in the USA with a local guide is your best way to discover the country’s hidden secrets.
A country of 50 states, each filled with diverse cultures, makes the USA probably the world’s most diverse country. You can divide the country among all kinds of different lines, from North to South, West Coast vs. East Coast and even by music. Running in the USA, therefore, allows you to explore the ins and outs of the blending cultures in this fascinating country.
You might think of American cities as urban sprawls, but noisy have vast green spaces and riverside runs. New York’s Central Park is where the locals go running and it is full of monuments, each with their own backstory. Americans also have a love affair with their National Parks, such as Yellowstone, Yosemite and the Grand Canyon. Running in American National Parks, you can’t feel further from the city.
But cities are easy to come by too. New York City is one of the world’s most famous cities and it is a great place to go running. For a totally different vibe, hit the West Coast of California. Silicon Valley, surfing and sea views sum up this hip, cool and forward-thinking state. Go! Running Tours also offer routes lesser-known cities that are really off the beaten track. For example, the beer capital of Asheville is an artistic oasis tucked into the Blue Ridge Mountains.
So pull on your trainers and go running in the USA. The variety of urban and natural landscapes, each with their own unique culture are simply unmissable.