>General Running>Altitude runs
I'm going to Colorado Springs on vacation next week. Where I live the elevation is about 350 ft. I know I won't be able to run the same in Colorado as I do here. Should I shorten my runs, slow down, alternate run/walk, or some combination of these? The last thing I want to do on vacation is DIE! or visit the hospital, but I do want to try to run every day. I've been painting the outside of my house for the past month in between work, kid's baseball, swim meets, etc. and I haven't gotten to run much. Anyone have any suggestions on how to handle the altitude?
Tougher than most, dumber than the rest. "You can not count the miles until you feel them" TVZ
Some runners drag a tire. I drag a Great Pyrenees.
Try to hit up Garden of the Gods. That's one of my favorite places in CoSpgs for a run.