Map & Find Runs
This is the place to map your run -- marathon, half-marathon, 10K, 5K or just a quick morning run.
Find a run near this city, address or zip code
5K or less (3 miles or less)
5K to 10K (between 3 and 6 miles)
10K to half-marathon (6 to 14 miles)
Half to full marathon (13 to 27 miles)
Marathons and up (26 miles and up)
. Click to see on the map.
Center map at
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Public route (allows others to see this route)
Private (just for my use)
Use this area to describe the run such as hilly, flat, scenic, etc.
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How to Map A Route
Get Help on Using the Map
This window is only shown once for logged-in users. To see it in the future, click the
Add a New Point
Click the map
Move (pan) the map
Click and drag (press and hold the mouse button) the map
Move an Existing Point
Move the mouse over the route line. Click and drag the point to its new location and release the mouse button.
Add a Point Between Two Existing Points
Move the mouse over the route line. You'll notice solid squares where you added points and, between the solid points, hollow squares. Click and drag a hollow square to extend your route.
Remove a Point
Above the map, change
then click a point.
Clear (or Undo) the Last Point
Clear last point
Erase All Points
Center the Map Around a Point
Enter a location into the
Center map at
field and click
. The location may be a specific address, an intersection, a city and state or even just a city. Examples:
1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW Washington DC
40th and Chestnut Philadelphia
Show Distances in KM versus Miles
Click the drop-down list above and to the right of the map. Tip: If you always want to see kilometers instead of miles, go to the home page and click
Save the Route
button and enter a route name. Specify
if you want other people to look at this route (don't select this when the route starts at your house!) or
if it's just for you.
Email the Route or Link to the Route from a Web Page
to send the email to someone; use
to see how to link to this route from another Web page or even embed the map and route directly into another Web page.