What To Expect
You arrive, run or walk with friends, and then hang out afterward for exclusive beer specials and to meet and/or chat with wonderful like-minded humans (and their dogs). Simple! Even better, all fitness levels are welcome!
Safety & Networking
You not only get to meet other people interested in running and being active in your area, but you also get the security of running in a group. We get it – being a lone runner can be uncomfortable. We want to help! Who knows, maybe you’ll meet a friend who wants to run with you more than once a week. ;-)
Suggested Running Route Options
(2.2-, 3.1-, 4-, and 5-mile+)
We’ve mapped out suggested route options for shorter and longer running or walking distances, but it’s very easy to shorten (by doing an out ‘n’ back from Crucible) or to lengthen (by continuing further on the Interurban Trail before doubling back).
The 2.2-, 3.1-, and 4-mile loops don’t cross any major roads, just a couple side roads and driveways. The 5-mile loop uses the Interurban Trail, which crosses Beverly Blvd. If you decide to run further than 5 miles, there are more road crossings as you follow the Interurban.
With all routes, please always stay cautious of oblivious drivers! :-) Take special note coming up on driveways and parking lot exits, as people tend to pay less attention in those instances.
Check out the suggested routes on Strava!
Your Furry Friends are Welcome too!
We LOVE our pups, so of course yours are welcome too – on the trail and at Crucible Brewing. If you’re new to walking/running with your dog, this article has good suggestions and etiquette.
Email us with any questions or for more info on what you can do today to motivate and drive your running, or what you can do to boost our local running community.
Everett Running Group Photos!