Every. Single. Street. Telegraph Hill

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Run Every Street

Submit your route of a local neighborhood approximately 10 miles in distance, which can be done over multiple days.

First 500 Get Medallion

Custom designed by Aravaipa, they're called medallions, but you'll probably call it a coaster.

Share Your Journey

This is about your personal experience and we'd love to hear about it! Share with #EVERYSINGLESTREET

Dear Running Community,

Who we are depends a great deal on the environments we call home and the habits we form within our day to day. A few years ago, I came up with a project that would disrupt those habits and in turn, ideally, help me better understand both my environment and myself.

In the fall of 2018, over the course of 47 consecutive days, I took to running Every Single Street of San Francisco. The 1300-mile journey gave me an entirely new perspective of the city I had called home for six years. I met people I never would have met, I visited parks I never would have seen, I ate at food trucks that I never would have crossed paths with. I gained a new understanding and appreciation for the vastness, diversity in culture, history and uniqueness of a truly incredible city.

The practice of running Every Single Street in San Francisco encouraged me to take on a nine-day tourist version in Mexico City and a slower (but perhaps more appropriately paced) version in my newly adopted city of Santa Fe, New Mexico. To my surprise and delight, this project has been adopted by hundreds of others around the world.

Now, I would like to bring it back home – back to San Francisco – and I want you to join me. With the help of Salomon, Run Local and several stores in the Bay, we are challenging you to experience the physical and [mental/intellectual/empathetical] of running (or walking or biking or rollerskating or wheel chairing) Every Single Street within a given area – and what better neighborhood than the iconic Telegraph Hill.

I hope you enjoy the project as much as I have.


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The Map

For this challenge, please refer to the physical map available at the following retail locations or the downloadable version above. Take note of the neighborhood boundaries of Francisco, Sansom, Stockton, Columbus, Embarcadero and Broadway. The approximate distance of this challenge is 10 miles with 2,000 feet of climbing. There are an infinite possible routes one could take to complete this challenge which is part of the fun – planning it out before you start can help with some unnecessary doubling-back.

Telegraph Hill maps, hand-drawn by Rickey, are no longer available in store, but is available to download and print.

Sports Basement Presidio
610 Old Mason Street
San Francisco, CA 94129

More Info at SportsBasement.com

Sports Basement Bryant St.
1590 Bryant Street
San Francisco, California 94103

More Info at SportsBasement.com

A Runner’s Mind
3575 Sacramento Street
San Francisco, CA 94118

More Info at ARunnersMind.com

San Francisco Running Co.
247 Shoreline Highway
Mill Valley, CA 94941

More Info at

Nowhere Near San Francisco?

Still want to participate in the challenge? Simple! Just do a 10-mile run where you live with the Every Single Street ethos in mind.

Prove it! Submit your entry beginning on June 2 and share it to social media using the hashtag #EverySingleStreet so others can see your local!

Prizes, prizes!

We will be giving away 500 wooden medallions* (okay, let’s just call them coasters) to the first 250 people that complete the challenge. The challenge begins on Global Running Day (June 2).

* only available to US residents

Be Inspired

Check out the #EverySingleStreet hashtag on Instagram to see what others have been doing around the world. Visit EverySingleStreet.com to see some of the projects that Rickey and others have done. Finally, if you haven’t seen the film that Salomon made about the initial Every Single Street project, watch below.