Group Runs

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Hollis Saturday Morning Running Group

This group meets at the Lawrence Barn in Hollis (28 Depot Rd, Hollis, NH 03049) at 8am. These runs happen all year, and there are various groups to run with depending on your pace. These runs are typically a bit longer in distance, from 8 to 16 miles.


For the latest info on these runs join the Hollis Saturday Morning Running Group facebook group.

Lawrence Barn, Hollis, NH

Hollis Sunday Morning Consistent Running Group (No Runner Left Behind)

A dedicated group meets every Sunday at the Lawrence Barn in Hollis (28 Depot Rd) to run the 5 mile route up Merrill and Ridge Road, past Beaver Brook and looping back to the barn.  Join them at 8:30* am!  These runs are year round and the group is looking for friends of all paces to join them.

Join the Hollis Sunday Morning Consistent Running Group (No Runners Left Behind) Facebook group and find out who else is going!

*The group reserves the right to run earlier if it will be super hot!


Striders all lit up for a Pennicuck run some cold winter's eve!

Wednesday Evening Pennichuck Runs

This group meets when the outdoor track works aren't in session, late Oct. to April. The runs leave Pennichuck Middle school in Nashua (207 Manchester St, Nashua, NH 03064) at 6pm sharp, so plan on being there earlier. Lights and reflective gear are mandatory for these runs*, so please be prepared. The runs are typically around 5 miles and there are several groups to run with depending on your pace from 7ish to 10ish. This is a great way to keep in shape in the off season or for training for races that are earlier in the year.

*An easily seen REFLECTIVE VEST or other light up gear is a MUST.

You may be foolish enough to not wear it, but when you don't, drivers call the police and then we have a hassle. Please think of the group. When you run at night with a group of people who are wearing a reflective vest, drivers tend to focus on those with vests and don't see you. Also, when the driver does see you without a vest, they are often startled and jerk the steering wheel away from you. Then they jerk the wheel back and probably right as us.