Jeff Banowetz

Park City, Chicago, New York City, Knoxville, Salt Lake City, Santa Barbara, Ogden, Logan, Farmington, Tooele, Chattanooga, Athens, Nashville, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Heber Valley, International

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  1. Waterfall Glen Forest Preserve - Running

    Chicago

    This nearly 10-mile loop trail circles the Argonne National Laboratory and features rolling hills with ecologically diverse terrain.

  2. Deer Grove Forest - Trail Running

    Chicago

    This popular spot in the northern suburbs is second only to Palos when it comes to running off the beaten path

  3. Kettle Moraine State Forest - Southern Unit - Running

    Chicago

    This destination trip for Chicago-area runners offers some of the best trail running in the Midwest

  4. Indiana Dunes State Park

    Chicago

    The Indiana Dunes isn’t just for swimming and sunbathing. More than 16 miles of trails await those willing to get a little sandy for some amazing views and a great workout.

  5. Great Western Trail Western Segment

    Chicago

    A straightforward rail-to-trail path that offers an easy place to put in lots of miles.

  6. Des Plaines River Trail and Greenway

    Chicago

    This long trail that begins in Cook County and stretches across Lake County offers a wide variety of options for runners nearly all the way to the Wisconsin border.

  7. Green Bay Trail System

    Chicago

    This popular 9.5-mile rail-to-trail in the northern suburbs connects many downtowns and offers miles of uninterrupted running.

  8. Herrick Lake Forest Preserve

    Chicago

    This forest preserve in DuPage County offers a fun 7 miles of trails and connections to the 8 miles of trails at the adjacent Danada Forest Preserve.

  9. Blackwell Forest - Trail Running

    Chicago

    This forest preserve in DuPage County offers 9 miles of trails, connections to countless others and perhaps the best hill workout in the area.

  10. Kankakee River State Park - Running

    Chicago

    This state park along the Kankakee River features some nice off-road trails amid a great natural setting.

  11. Illinois Prairie Path - Running

    Chicago

    This biggest trail system in the western suburbs offers more than 60 mile of trails.

  12. Greene Valley Forest - Running

    Chicago

    This forest preserve features 12 miles of crushed limestone trails that offer both wooded and prairie sections to enjoy.

  13. St. James Farm

    Chicago

    The newest of the DuPage County Forest Preserves will introduce runners to a new term—allées.

  14. Lakefront Path

    Chicago

    The jewel of Chicago, this 18.5-mile paved path offers riders amazing views of Lake Michigan and the city skyline.

  15. Fox River Trail Running

    Chicago

    You can run for more than 40 miles along the Fox River from Algonquin to Oswego along the scenic Fox River.

  16. DuPage River Trail - Running

    Chicago

    Both the east and west branches of the DuPage River feature an ever-growing trail system that is becoming one of the best in the area

  17. Morton Arboretum - Running

    Chicago

    The paved roads of the Morton Arboretum are a beautiful, hilly place to get in the miles—especially in the winter when the trails are covered in snow.

  18. North Branch Trail

    Chicago

    This 17 mile trail runs from Caldwell Woods in Chicago to the Chicago Botanic Gardens in Glencoe.

  19. Western Branch of the DuPage River

    Chicago

    This small, meandering river can get low in the summer time, but when the water level is high it’s a great way to see DuPage County.

  20. Salt Creek Trail - Cycling

    Chicago

    This 7-mile paved trail along the Salt Creek connects Western Springs to the Brookfield Zoo.

  21. Palos Trail System - Mountain Biking

    Chicago

    The best mountain biking option in the Chicago area—Palos offers nine different trails with nearly 25 miles of mountain biking

  22. Kankakee River State Park - Paddling

    Chicago

    This shallow, clean river in the state park makes for a great paddling trip.

  23. Salt Creek - Paddling

    Chicago

    Salt Creek, one of the designated official water trails in northeast Illinois, offers several distinct sections for paddling. The final nine miles are almost completely surrounded by forest preserve.

  24. Des Plaines River

    Chicago

    The Des Plaines River travels 95 miles through four counties in northeastern Illinois with dozens of different route options for Chicago-area paddlers.

  25. Chicago River Urban Paddle

    Chicago

    The Chicago River offers one of the most unique urban paddling experiences in the country.