5 Beautiful Parks For Autumn Running

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The leaves are turning orange, pumpkin spiced lattes are on every street corner and the weather is definitely getting colder. With autumn well and truly here, we’re embracing the change of seasons and the beautiful scenery that comes with it. Here are some of our favourite parks to head out for a scenic run this autumn…

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Richmond Park

Richmond Park is the largest of London’s Royal Parks, and is best known for being home to over 600 roaming deer! Escape the hustle and bustle of central London for a dose of wildlife on a run through Richmond Park – suddenly the end of summer doesn’t seem so bad...

 

Greenwich Park

Take in the breath-taking views of the city from this beautiful hillside park, and run through the chestnut trees for the ultimate autumn experience. Need something a little more challenging? Try sprinting up the hill 10 times, stopping at the top in between rounds to take in the surroundings as you recover; it’ll be a welcoming distraction from your burning lungs!

 

Windsor Great Park

Sick of the smog and in need of some country air? A little way outside of London, just over an hour from the city, is Windsor Great Park. With 4,800 acres to explore, including a deer park, woodlands, gardens and lakes, you certainly won’t get bored on a long run around this pretty park. One thing’s for sure, it’ll be a lot more scenic than hitting the treadmill in the gym…

 

Hampstead Heath

Hampstead Heath is one of London’s largest and most popular parks, and so it’s unsurprising that it’s one of our favourite places to explore during autumn. Head to the woodlands and run through the oak trees, with the fallen leaves crunching under your feet – now that’s what we call bliss!

 

Hyde Park

Need to get in your run a little closer to central London? Located just off Oxford Street, Hyde Park is the perfect place to escape the crowds and get in some exercise this autumn. Head down to the Serpentine and run along the beautiful yellow and orange trees that line the water; and don’t forget to stop at the pretty waterside café to take in the view as you refuel! 

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