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Runner's Guide to Austin, Texas

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Runner's Guide to Austin, Texas

There is perhaps no city better suited to running than that of Austin, TX. With their seemingly endless miles of trails and active population, it’s a perfect city for runners and athletes of all types.

The Feetures' team is lucky enough to visit Austin at least once a year and if you’re like us you know the best way to explore any city is by putting on your favorite socks and lacing up your running shoes and getting out on foot.

There is perhaps no city better suited to running than that of Austin, TX. With their seemingly endless miles of trails and active population, it’s a perfect for runners and athletes of all types. Austin prides themselves in keeping it weird and there have been many times they’ve upheld the standard (like the time we were out on a run and saw Santa Claus riding a horse down the street).

Here are our favorite places to Go. Do. and Live in Austin.



WHERE TO RUN >>

Lady Bird Lake Trail - This soft gravel trail is easily accessible and provides scenic views of Lady Bird Lake and the Austin City Skyline.
Running Necessity - Feetures Elite Ultra Light Quarter
Where To Get Gear (that you forgot to pack) - The Loop, Ready to Run and Fleet Feet Austin



WHERE TO DRINK >>

Jo's Coffee - Go for the coffee, stay for the breakfast tacos.
Easy Tiger - Carb-load and coffee.
The Garage Bar - It's a bar in a parking garage. The record player is always playing the coolest tunes.
Living Room at the W Hotel - Go here for a classy night that could quickly turn into a dance party.



WHERE TO EAT >>

Fareground - What food hall dreams are made of plus their outdoor area is as beautiful as a zen garden.
Eberly - Instagrammable cocktails and delicious seasonable food.
Terry Black's BBQ - Get the brisket.
Jo's Coffee - Breakfast tacos.



WHERE TO EXPLORE >>

Blanton Museum of Art - Great selection of art. Don't miss Ellsworth Kelly's "Austin" exhibit.
Barton Springs Pool - A recreational outdoor swimming pool that is filled entirely with water from nearby natural springs.

Have you been to Austin? What would you add? Leave in the comment section below.


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