There's nothing wrong with the Trolley Track Trail. For the urban runner, it's a quiet place to tune out, turn on the iPod, and put in a few miles with fellow runners and the odd bunny rabbit nosing around in the manicured grass. But the flat terrain can get old quickly. Same goes for Loose Park or Brush Creek; nice to know you, but we're looking for more. Luckily for runners who really want to kick up their heels, there's Wyandotte County Lake Park. Be aware: These trails aren't exactly groomed — unless you count horse hooves and a few rugged volunteers who cut back the most monstrous growth with weed whackers. But that's the fun. This is the kind of trail where the sometimes steep, rocky path provides the kind of excitement — and distraction — that makes an iPod obsolete. Not that you'd want to tune out the cackling geese, the rustling of eagles and the blessed silence of being beyond earshot of the ever-present automobile. Sure, this 1,500-acre expanse is a two-minute drive from The Legends megamall, but along the rocky ridges and down in the forested ravines, it feels like authentic wilderness. And with more than 12 miles of dirt to explore, even the most promiscuous runners keep coming back for more.