Miles and miles and miles

Brandy King has already posted about the Social Science Division and Thomson Scientific & Dialog’s Walking Miles in the Mile High City promotion. Once you’ve picked up your pedometer, you’ll probably want to get in some extra miles, and Denver should provide ample opportunity to do that.

The 16th Street Mall, close to the conference hotels, is an obvious choice. If you’re looking for a longer walk, or a run, try venturing onto Denver’s trails—the Cherry Creek Trail is very close to the convention center. Runner’s World has a runner’s guide to Denver (which probably also has useful information for walkers) and the Rocky Mountain Road Runners web site has lots of information about running in Denver.

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