Four Royal Parks
Enjoy a bit of nature in the middle of the city as you glide along shaded paths, past ponds, gardens, and of course Kensington Palace. Any number of routes are possible through the Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens pathways, which offer a combination of paved and dirt surfaces. Our route adds on Green Park and St. James Park as well to take you past Buckingham Palace, the Horse Guards Parade, and the Mall. This route is flat and nearly traffic free except Hyde Park Corner. Note that Kensington Gardens is closed after dark.
Strava Curated Route
- Distance6.5 mi
- Elevation304 ft
- Run TypeRoad
What Others Are Saying
Run any of the Royal Parks, St James, Green Park or Hyde Park. They all link together via Buckingham Palace, The Mall, Wellington Arch and Hyde Park Corner. Great route with sights in a quiet part of London. You will forget you are in the center of a large city whilst you are following the paths of the parks alongside ponds and over bridges.
Run round Hyde Park, beautiful setting and you can see Kensington Palace!
Hyde Park has a few routes that are nice, in particular along the Serpentine. The whole park is quite awesome.
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