This Saturday (2/11/17) we scout the West half of Sierra Azul Open Space. It's 12 mile wide stretch of remote wilderness with no public roads or (I think) homes. Wow!
Join us for 6 or 9 mile loops. Or add on as much as you like (a…
Posted by Ron Wolf on February 9, 2017 at 2:37pm
Forecast is for more wet, but with a bit of a break on Sunday morning according to Intellicast. Perfect timing for the Monthly Trail Run. Also, Wunderlich routes are up and out of the canyon bottom away from potential…
Posted by Ron Wolf on January 20, 2017 at 10:35pm
We are on for this weekend's run at Stevens Creek County Park where we join The Striders on their weekly routes. Trails there are hilly but rolling rather than endless climbs. Forecast is for cool & clear. However, many of those trail…Continue
Posted by Ron Wolf on December 14, 2016 at 5:28pm
Every runner has to deal with a few unpleasant odors, but these smells can signal more than a skipped shower.
A runner’s foot was impaled on one of the nails, found in North Carolina park.
Had Chris Gould chosen to ignore the signs—and his wife’s intuition—the outcome might have been much different.
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.
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.