Balance yo Dhalsim wrote:
Colorado in the middle of the day. Sun heats up so much at altitude you can wear shorts and fly
Was out in LA in early September for work (live in DC area). I showed up at the trailhead at like 7 am only to find absolutely no parking anywhere and had to park in what was the last spot in some satellite parking lot. As I was finishing up a 2 hour run, I asked a "local" why there was no parking. The conversation:
Almost anywhere in southern California, or in the inland areas of central or northern California, below 2000 feet of elevation. Not too cold in the winter AND not much rain. Can be bloody hot in the summer, but you asked about winter.
Senator Clay Davis wrote:
Wrong. So wrong. NE sucks for winter running. There is about 1-2 months of decent running weather. Otherwise you are subjected to run in snow, ice, awful wind, no sunshine, etc.