Newton South High School
The race itself takes runners through some of Newton’s most scenic neighborhoods and roads — the city was ranked #3 by Money Magazine among its top 10 places to live in the U.S. for 2010 — from Chestnut Hill Village up past Crystal Lake, and crossings over both Boylston Street and Beacon Street.
Runners also pass a number of local city parks along the way and get a chance to run past the campus of Boston College, when they’re making their way along Commonwealth Avenue between mile markers 8 and 9.
The home stretch of the course brings runners back southward along Lake Avenue, Clark Street and Parker Street — along the route they ran in the opposite direction early in the race — and back toward the high school for the race finish.
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