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Hyde Park Running Map
Two of the Royal Parks, Hyde Park and Green Park, are easily accessible when you stay at Claridge’s, so if you enjoy running in London, our unique Hyde Park running guide will tell you what you need to know. Whether you want a brisk one-mile jog or a more challenging four-mile run, we have best route for you.The Serpentine Lake, Speaker’s Corner, Rotten Row, the Princess Diana Memorial Fountain – Hyde Park is full of magnificent landmarks and history. Ever since it became Henry VIII’s private hunting ground in 1536, this has been the green heart of the city, and its 350 acres are all yours to enjoy. The park is easily accessible from your hotel, and there is a range of running routes to suit the casual jogger or more experienced runner. All of the routes on this map offer some gentle undulations (typically between 25-35m elevation).The hotel is a short walk or jog (0.4miles/ 0.65km) from Hyde Park. Leave the hotel, turn left down Brook Street and proceed straight. Brook Street becomes Grosvenor Square and then Upper Brook Street and leads directly to the Park. Hyde Park is open from 5am until midnight all year round.If you prefer to try some of the shorter runs in Green Park, turn left out of the hotel, then left onto Davies Street. This will become Berkeley Square, and then Fitzmaurice Place, which curves to the right and becomes Curzon Street. Turn left into Half Moon Street, which will take you down to Green Park, where an underpass under Piccadilly will bring you into the Park. This is approximately 0.66 miles, or 1km from the hotel. Green Park is open 24 hours a day all year round. Download Hyde Park London Running Map>
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