Had a husky. He was great for hiking. He loved running. But when he would overheat a bit, he would just stop. Which is perfectly fine. But as mentioned, it has to be kept in mind.
Huskies are high maintenance (both cleaning and temperament wise) so might not be best as first dog.
We currently have a poodle. Very smart dogs. Pretty loyal. And they’re great runners (surprisingly to many). She can run 10k no problem. Learns and understands well.
Goldens, Labs, Boxerdors, Shnauzers-mixes, etc…
Lots of great breeds out there. It all comes down to the owner though. You can have the greatest dog in the world but if the owner doesnt train it well…or the other parts of the family don’t follow the same behavioral cues…you’ll have some issues.
My wife boards/walks dogs so i get to see a lot of them go through my house… same breeds can have COMPLETELY different personalities depending on their upbringing and quirks put in by their owners.
In the end, you gotta make sure the breed can take the type of activity you want to put them through, and most importantly, that your family is ready to put in the time and attention for the first few years to "mould’ the dog to your desired behavior.