5 Must-Run Running Routes in London
Run through Richmond Park, the largest of the Royal Parks, as well as being a National Nature Reserve. This route will give you the chance to run through the Jubilee, Ham Cross and Isabella Plantations, as well as see sites including White Lodge and King Henry’s Mound. You might even spot herds of Red and Fallow deer on your way!
Run through history way back to the Middle Ages as you run around Regent's Park and Primrose Hill! This run through nature will bring you along London's best museums and sights - The Sherlock Holmes Museum and Madame Tussauds - as well as the London Zoo. You'll be able to delight yourself with a gorgeous unobstructed view of Central London as you run up Primrose Hill.
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park was the home of the London Olympics in 2012. It includes some of the most iconic sights in London, including the ArcelorMittal Orbit. A must-see for visitors.
Your very own running tour around London! London is filled with the most beautiful sights - this route will help you make the most of your time in London, bringing you to Trafalgar Square, Buckingham Palace, the London Eye, etc while running along the gorgeous River Thames! Not a run to be missed!
This route was created by local runner Jeff Moszuti specially for Wimbledon Tennis visitors! In Jeff's words: Wimbledon is a beautiful town. This route starts from Southfields station and ends at Wimbledon station to cater for runners who are visiting the town using public transport. The route is a mixture of road and trail and passes the following lovely spots, The All England Lawn Tennis Club, Buddhapadipa Temple, Wimbledon Common, and Cannizaro House.
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