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Meet others in your local area to Run with. Plan group runs and participate in various long and short distance running. We currently have a growing group of runners who train together in North County San Diego. We try to get in a track workout and a trail run every week. We are a laid back group and welcome runners of all levels and abilities.

Upcoming events (5)

Ridgeline Trailhead Los Guapos Run

Ridgeline Parking Lot

We meet at our usual spot San Elijo Ridgeline Trailhead parking lot. For reference this parking lot is the one in front of the Double Peak School. This is the last run before the time changes. This will be a Halloween run, costumes are encouraged. The run is 3 miles out and 3 miles back but you can turn back earlier if you need to. It is getting dark so please bring a headlamp. Please follow CDC guidelines.

Weekly Saturday Trail Run at Lake Hodges

coast to crest trail at Lake Hodges

Starting June 27th, we are BACK!! Please join us every Saturday at 6:30am at Lake Hodges for 4-10 miles of trail running. Come on out and run or walk. This is for all levels of walkers and runners looking for a great group to run with, in one of San Diego's true gems - the Coast to Crest Trail around the Lake Hodges area. It's a great place to run, fantastic group of runners, and an awesome way to start your Saturday! Spread the word, and bring a friend! Safety Measures According to the CDC: ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ✅ Prior to attending a group run each participant must self screen and stay at home if sick or exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19, such as a frequent cough, fever, difficulty breathing, chills, muscle pain, sore throat,recent loss of taste or smell, or if they or someone they live with have been diagnosed with COVID-19. ✅ Maintain physical distancing of at least 6ft whenever possible. ✅ Must wear a mask or face covering before the run, during the group photo and after the run if socializing. ⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📌 RUN AT YOUR OWN RISK! Each participant acknowledges that Covid-19 is a global pandemic and that infections have been confirmed throughout the United States including California. Each participant understands that Run North County and Ultrabuds cannot guarantee safety or immunity from infection. Each participant understands the uncertainty of the virus, how it may impact their health, and voluntarily assumes all risks associated directly or indirectly with participating in any Run North County or Ultrabuds activity. Each participant knowingly and voluntarily waives and releases Run North County and Ultrabuds, their Run Leaders and volunteers from any and all future claims of any type, including for any harm or loss, personal injury, disease or death. Each participant agrees not to sue Run North County or Ultrabuds for any personal injury, death, medical expenses, disability, court costs, attorney fees, and/or other loss.

Pannikin Run- Cancelled until further notice

Pannikin Cafe

We meet at 7:30 AM at the Pannikin coffee shop on 101 in Leucadia/Encinitas (it's the yellowish coffee shop with the patio seating). Look for a bunch of runners congregating out front. There is usually parking on 101, behind the Pannikin, or on the street one block west of 101. This run is intended for anyone who wants to run an easy-paced long and flat run to get some good base miles in. A core group usually runs about 8 miles (to the end of the Carlsbad campgrounds and back), but since this is an out and back run, people come out and do whatever distance they need to, from 3 miles to 23 miles. We stick to the coast and we go out and back, so nobody will get lost or left behind. This run is meant to be long and slow, but pace is relative. Hopefully we will have a few different groups, so everyone will have people to run with. Bring some money for post-run coffee and food at The Pannikin. If you have any questions, please email me. Hope to see you at The Pannikin Run. Also find us on Facebook and Instagram - Pannikin_runners.

Rise and Shine Run with Fleet Feet San Diego

Fleet Feet Sports

Join the Fleet Feet Sports San Diego crew for a scenic long run to kick off your weekend. We will have route options up to 10 miles, going out and back on the 56 bike path with water stops along the way (at 2.5 miles as well as the turnaround at mile 5). Runners can easily loop around for 3.5 miles, turn back earlier on Carmel Valley Rd. for 8.2 miles, or turn around at any point on the out and back for any desired distance. Make sure to arrive a bit early to warm up and stow any personal items (we have lockers available). We will leave right at 7:32 a.m. We are excited about getting some longer weekly runs going as we prepare to launch training programs soon. Start your weekends off on the right foot, and join us for a fun longer group run!

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