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 Maps of Local Running Routes

Hills and Dales Beer Run 3 Miles.  Start and end this run at the famous Hills and Dales Ice House.  The route runs through a neighborhood and includes a big hill.  Finish your run with a cold one.
Comanche Park Loop 4 Miles.  Start at one end of Comanche Park, run through the nearby neighborhood and finish at the top of Lookout Hill in the Park.
Freetail - Eisenhower 4 Miles.  Start at Freetail Brewing Company and run down Northwest Military to Eisenhower Park and back.  You can add a two-mile loop within the Park to the top of the Overlook Tower to make it a 6-mile route.
King William - Alamo Tour 4.5 Miles.  Run through the historic King William Area downtown to the Alamo and through Hemisphere Plaza.
Hardberger Loop 4.5 Miles.  Start at the new Hardberger Park then down Salado Creek Greenway and through Churchill Estates.
Brackenridge-Trinity Loop 7 Miles.  Start at Brackenridge Park then run by Pearl Brewery, Trinity University and the Olmos neighborhood.
Crownridge - Scenic Loop 14 Miles.  Start at Crownridge Natural Area then up Babcock to Scenic Loop Road.  Rolling hills on scenic roads.  Nice early morning run.
Triple Parks 15 Miles.  This route includes 3 parks on the North side of town:  Friedrich Wilderness Park, Crownridge Natural Area, and Raymond Russell Park.  Very hilly.  Great training run.
McAllister - Hollywood 18 Miles.  Start at McAllister Park and run through scenic Hollywood Park.  Mostly flat and low traffic.  One of the cities most popular running areas.
Best of S.A. Downtown Tour 20 Miles.  This route includes over 20 popular tourist sites including the Guenther House, Steves Homestead, King William, La Villita, Alamo, Market Square, Spanish Governors Palace, Pearl Brewery, San Antonio Zoo, Hays Street Bridge, Tower of Americas, and Mission Concepcion.
Mitchell Lake Audobon Center 10 K.  Just south of downtown San Antonio, the Mitchell Lake Audubon Center is located on a 1200-acre natural area. This unique and beautiful bird haven consists of the 600-acre Mitchell Lake, 215 acres of wetlands and ponds and 385 acres of upland habitat.

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