If you are a regular reader of Rock Creek Runner, you know that many of my posts are geared to the DC runner.  I try to give them as much information about running in this city as possible.

In the past few months alone, I’ve posted about running routes, the DC running community, training escapes, and trail running in DC.  But even with all the those posts, I felt like there was a huge void of information out there. I scoured and scoured all over the internet, but I couldn’t find a single comprehensive guide to running in Washington, D.C..

Now, as the founder of a DC running blog, I couldn’t let that stand!

This city’s streets and parks are filled with thousands of runners, with more joining our community each day.  This new guide was created for the new DC runners and those just looking for more information on running in the nation’s capitol.

Sign up now for the 5-part eGuide to Running in Washington, D.C. delivered for free straight to your inbox. 

This simple, easy to read guide has been broken into 5 e-mails covering a variety of different topics on running in the District.  After reviewing lots of ideas and several drafts, I narrowed it down to the following topics:

  1. Best places to run in the city.
  2. The DC running stores and running groups.
  3. Trail running in the DC area.
  4. Top area races from 5ks to 50 milers.

Sounds pretty good, right?  So sign up for the free eGuide now, and take full advantage of running in Washington, D.C.!

Author Doug Hay is the founder of Rock Creek Runner, host of the Trail Talk podcast, and fanatical about everything trail running -- beards, plaid shirts, bruised toenails, and all. He and his wife live and run in beautiful Black Mountain, NC.

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