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Meeting at 6:15 in the evening every Thursday, the PSL running group is free to join and follows the same format as we do. The week's meeting place is posted on the interwebs, but there is also a mailing list with the same information. You can get on the mailing list by sending a nice note introducing yourself and asking her to add you.
RunPGH is an easy going group which rotates meeting places around the city every Saturday morning at 8:00. There is a more relaxed paced group and some hard-core folks whose goal is to BQ. As a weekend run, this is a good place to look for a longer run, usually anywhere from 8 to 17 miles, depending on the season.
Associated with the Fleet Feet running store in the South Hills, this is a large, friendly, energetic group. This is a good group for long weekend runs. Maps are provided for a huge range of distances from 2-12 miles (more during marathon season).
With all of the things to do outside in Southwestern PA why spend time indoors? Walls Are Bad has lots to do all year round. Check out their site to see what there is to do outside today.
Do you enjoy drinking beer, a challenging run and spending some
quality time with interesting characters? Then check out the
Pittsburgh Hash House Harriers.
A run with this group will show you parts of the city you probably didn't know existed and introduce you to songs best not repeated around young children.
Indiana Road Runners Club, located in Indiana, Pennsylvania, not the Indiana the state.
Youngstown Road Runners Club in nearby Youngstown, Ohio.
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