This is a run through some of the sights of Downtown Dallas

Downtown Dallas


This was a great run through the various sights of Downtown Dallas. In this jogblog you’ll view sights like the ‘grassy knoll’ where JFK’s assassin is said to have been standing. You’ll also spot the Reunion Tower building in the background and a few other staples of the Dallas Skyline.


PATH: The path is paved the entire route on city sidewalks.

WHAT TO EXPECT: Running in any downtown area presents problems and opportunities. Make sure you are ultra aware of traffic at crosswalks and also be considerate of all the pedestrians you’ll encounter on a nice jog through the city. Overall, Dallas is a friendly and easy to navigate downtown area with artwork all along the way including ‘Herding Cattle’ in Pioneer Plaza, I-beam sculptures by Mark De Suvero, and the unforgettable ‘Eye’ on Maint St.



MAP IT:  (We began at the Sheraton)
400 N Olive St

Dallas, TX
DETAILS: Do any number of memorable loops around the city through the art museum district or go East for towering sky scrapers.
PARKING: Plenty of parking meters and some free parking if you can find it throughout the city

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Mission Statement

The mission of the Jog Blog is:To bring people together through our shared love of running. To encourage each other to reach our goals both on the trail and off. To bring the joy of running a new trail to anyone, anywhere through pure uncut POV video.



POV Experience

I thought what better way to chronicle runs than to record the trails from a point of view angle that only the Go Pro Hero camera can provide. I hope these videos make it easier for runners to research new trails and also bring the outdoors indoors for people who may be home bound.

Runner’s Oath

“On my honor I will do my best To be a better runner; To watch for cars, and increase my mileage gradually; To run in the rain, without boast or complaint; To not go out way too fast; To eat right, listen to my body, and one of these days, volunteer at a race” -from,