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Trail Run TOMOROW, Sunday April 13th, at the nearby Coyote Hills

looks like Sunday will be a wonderful morning for a Bayside workout, partly cloudy and 50s-60s predicted for the morning.…

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Posted by Ron Wolf on April 12, 2014 at 7:27am

Wunderlich Trail Run & Buck's

In March, we return to one of PARC's most liked trail systems, Wunderlich Park in Woodside. Along with several groves of majestically beautiful Redwoods, all of Wunderlich's trails are well shaded. With well-maintained trails, Wunderlich is just…

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Posted by Gregg Levin on March 2, 2014 at 3:28pm

Sportissimo is closing their Palo Alto store - Big Sales

FYI: Club sponsor Sportissimo is closing their Palo Alto store (the Los Gatos store remains open). Everything in the PA store is between 20-70%OFF until they close on February 28th. Better deals can be worked out (ex if buying 2 pairs of shoes…

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Posted by Kyle Welch on February 3, 2014 at 10:42am

News from club sponsor On Your Mark in Los Altos 

News from club sponsor On Your Mark in Los Altos…

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Posted by Kyle Welch on January 27, 2014 at 6:41pm

Huddart County Park and Phleger Trail Run -- Sunday, January 12

In January, we will return to one of our favorite nearby sites, …

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Posted by Gregg Levin on December 31, 2013 at 6:52am

DECEMBER 2013 TRAIL RUN --- ALMADEN QUICKSILVER COUNTY PARK

This month PARC's trail run heads south to Almaden Quicksilver where the route starts with wide open vistas and ends on a fabulous long wooded single track back to the parking. Along the way there are very interesting local mining artifacts to…

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Posted by Ron Wolf on November 15, 2013 at 6:30pm

Monte Bello / Los Trancos Trail Run -- Sunday 11/10

In November, the Monthly Trail Run takes advantage of the cooling weather to return the ridge line vicinity for this run up to the top of Black Mountain featuring 360-degree panoramic views stretching from the bay out to the ocean. The run…

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Posted by Gregg Levin on November 3, 2013 at 9:30am

more prizes for Sunday's Anniversary Party

I just stopped by Zombie Runner & picked up a full bag of donated prizes - seasonally black ZR hats, socks, snacks, and gift certs(!) to add to the prize stash we'll be handing out. Thanks ZombieDC! We also have gift certs from Fleet Feet and…

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Posted by Ron Wolf on October 24, 2013 at 3:50pm

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The Palo Alto Run Club participates in, supports, and produces both non-competitive and competitive group running events in the Palo Alto Area and nearby communities. Runners of all ages, abilities, and ambitions are invited to join the club and participate in our running and social activities.

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Our weekly and monthly runs are non-competitive with a wide range of runners joining in. Our scheduled group runs vary in length from just under 5 miles to 12 or more miles. The middle of the pack runs at about an 8-minute per mile pace, but there's a large range. You can almost always find someone to run with.

Members under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian (also members) during all Palo Alto Run Club activities.

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Brian Cox is now a member of Palo Alto Run Club
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Trail Run TOMOROW, Sunday April 13th, at the nearby Coyote Hills

looks like Sunday will be a wonderful morning for a Bayside workout, partly cloudy and 50s-60s predicted for the morning.The Coyote Hills at Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife RefugeOn Sunday, April 13th, we head to a new location for PARC's Monthly Trail Run, the Coyote Hills. Visible just across the Bay from PA, the trail head parking is an easy 20 minute Dumbarton Bridge drive. The routes take us out into the East Bay levee system and then up into the hills for a bit of a…See More
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Gregg Levin posted a blog post

Wunderlich Trail Run & Buck's

In March, we return to one of PARC's most liked trail systems, Wunderlich Park in Woodside. Along with several groves of majestically beautiful Redwoods, all of Wunderlich's trails are well shaded. With well-maintained trails, Wunderlich is just a short drive from Palo Alto.Instead of our usual runner's pot luck, this month after the run we'll meet for brunch at Buck's in Woodside at 11:00. Runners from Saturday morning's Sawyer Camp group are also encouraged to join us there. This month, the…See More
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Feb 13
Ron Wolf commented on Ron Wolf's event Monthly Trail Run - Arastradero & Foothills Parks
"Oh cool! Several members of the Bay Area Japanese Runners are interested in running with us on Sunday. They plan to bring a Japanese flag and few other things that represent Japan. Tatsuru says, "I will be running Tokyo marathon in a…"
Feb 12
Ron Wolf commented on Ron Wolf's event Monthly Trail Run - Arastradero & Foothills Parks
"David Flexo will co-lead this run, these are some of his favorite trails. I will be walking and would welcome company for that.   As bit of a special prelude to this Sunday's Trail Run (Arastradero & Foothill Parks, 2/16, 8:20am)…"
Feb 11
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Monthly Trail Run - Arastradero & Foothills Parks at 1530 Arastradero Rd, Palo Alto, CA 94304 (Arastradero Open Space Preserve)

February 16, 2014 from 8:15am to 11:30pm
Starting in Palo Alto's Arastradero Park, we run up and into Foothills Park through the 'secret' gate. Hilly for sure, but not extreme, with fabulous single track for about half of the route, this is the classic Palo Alto trail run. The Foothill Park section of the route offers Peninsula and Bay views as well as a sense of the wild.  The long route runs 3 miles along the beautiful, and now flowing(!), Los Trancos Creek. Mapped routes of 7.3 & 13.6 miles.See More
Feb 6

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