Salt Lake City Fitness

About Salt Lake City

When the snow melts off Salt Lake City's mountains and roads, hundreds of brand new fitness opportunities open up. Fitness spots like running routes, cycling paths and hiking trails cover Salt Lake City's spectacular Wasatch Mountain and numerous near by state parks. You can find hiking trails in Antelope State Park, or the Cottonwood Canyons just outside the city. Running routes and cycling paths can be mapped around Great Salt Lake Park, Parleys Canyon, and the Jordan River Parkway. From mid-May to September, City Creek Canyon is closed to motor vehicles and open to hikers and inline skaters. It is also open to bicyclists on odd number days. When the weather is too cold, you can take your running training indoors at the Olympic Oval's Mondo Super X track.

Whether you’re a student at the University of Utah or a member of Snowbird Ski Resort, Salt Lake City offers a large population of healthy and fitness savy people from which to find workout partners. Look for workout partners who share your exercise and fitness interests. You can find running partners to train for the Salt Lake City Marathon or walking partners for pleasant loops around the Great Salt Lake. Begin by choosing an activity you like and entering a number of miles under the "max miles from me" tab.

Maybe you're a cyclist who belongs to the Salt Lake City Bicycle Collective, a walker who has joined the Footloose Volkssport Club, or a runner with the Salt Lake City Track Club. Whatever your exercise passion, you can search FitLink for groups and clubs near you. If you're already a member of a club or a group leader, you can add your group to FitLink and send members messages or workout assignments, and post events or classes.
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