Join us for our weekly long run 8:00 am Saturday, October 9 in Dogpatch, at 22nd and Minnesota!

Join us for our weekly long run 8:00 am Saturday, October 9 in Dogpatch, at 22nd and Minnesota.

We have two routes this week (9.5mi and 4.9mi)

Full Course, 9.5mi with 767 ft elevation

We head north from Minnesota and make a left on Mariposa. Make a left at Kansas St, then a right onto 18th Street to take the pedestrian bridge across 101. Make a left at Potrero to continue down to 20th Street and make a right. Continue on 20th Street to Dolores Park and zigzag up to 18th Street. Continue westbound on 18th St and make a right at Castro, then make a left on 16th Street to reach Corona Heights Park. Run through Corona Heights Park and continue on Roosevelt Way onto Masonic. Make a sharp right on Upper Terrace and run through Buena Vista Park, heading northward to Page St. Make a right on Page St. and continue until Buchanan St, make a right. Make a left on Waller St and cross Market St, then make a right on Valencia St. Turn left at 15th Street and make your way past side streets to get to Alameda St. Make a left at De Haro St. and take the pedestrian path to get to 7th St. Make a right on 7th Street, then make a left on Mission Bay Blvd to cross the train tracks. Take Channel St. up to 4th Street and make a right. Continue on 4th Street to head back to the start.

https://www.mapmyrun.com/routes/view/4393780729

Short Course, 4.9mi with 300 ft elevation
We head north from Minnesota and make a left on Mariposa. Make a left at Kansas St, then a right onto 18th Street to take the pedestrian bridge across 101.Continue on 18th Street to Harrison St and make a right. Make another right at 16th Street and make a left at De Haro St. and take the pedestrian path to get to 7th St. Make a right on 7th Street, then make a left on Mission Bay Blvd to cross the train tracks. Take Channel St. up to 4th Street and make a right. Continue on 4th Street to head back to the start.

https://www.mapmyrun.com/routes/view/4660117120

Come out and join us for another one of Patrick’s route masterpieces.

Jay Kloepfer
President
Half Full Running Club

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