Mount Galbraith is a smaller hiker-only park in the Jefferson County system, and I think if you run an out-and-back on every trail it's a little over 7 miles. There's a loop at the top, and two trailheads at lower elevations. I essentially ran a lollipop from each trailhead, doing the summit loop twice.
My concept of what's a daily run has evolved, such that I have gradually added on trail segments to my usual runs so that I'm getting as close to 10 miles as possible. It doesn't always happen, but runs are getting a little longer and more ambitious.
I'm posting 18 photos from a daily run after work, which I've done countless times before. But I like these trails, what can I say?
These are the first wildflowers I've seen this spring:
Distance was 9.51 miles, time 2:41 (moving 2:06), elevation gain/loss 2,179 feet, avg. pace 16:59 (moving 13:19), and best pace 8:20.