The run starts out in the Badlands National Park, It gives you several minutes to warm up on nice flat ground but the treadmill never went below an incline of one.
A nice low grade to simulate running outside on flat ground.
The treadmill weaves through Custer State Park. When the video is set on full screen you actually feel like you are curving to the right or left.
The run peaks at a grade of 5. During a run of 99 minutes you run up the grade of 5 three times. In addition there are hills with inclines of 2.5, 3.5 and 4.
This is running up a hill at a grade of 4 in the Grand Teton National Park.
The run concludes at Yellowstone National Park. If you are running over 30 minutes it repeats and starts over at the Badlands National Park.
When you conclude the treadmill furnishes you a nice workout summary, including the distance ran, time, average pace and calories burned.