I got out to Nose Hill in the morning just before before it started snowing. So my pics show the fall weather, not the wet winter weather we are experiencing now.
Nosehill is mostly what you’d expect. It is a big open park with few trees, lots of trails, and mostly just open prairie.
But there are a few happy surprises involving trees, hills and single-track.
Endless loops of paved, gravel, single track, and if you want, you can run mostly hill-less.
Running along the Bow River
Even with the shorter days, that doesn’t mean we have to curb our running. I’m still getting out there and getting my fresh air (although not all my vitamin D at this time of year)
You almost never lose sight of the River. From gnarly single track to well maintained paved path options. Situated between Silver Springs and Bowness. Park beside Maranatha Church or in Silver Springs
We live in the best place in the world with the mountains on our door step and beautiful running all around us, even in the city. There are too many places to run in Calgary, and too little time.