Running is sacred to every runner. When you run, you sink in the energy and vibe of the place that makes the sport all the more rejuvenating. To add a punch of adventure to your run, you must explore this amazing list of running routes situated in our country.

VANDAN FORT

After reaching the top of Maharashtra’s Fort Chandan, one is able to see the splendid Fort Vandan, a large heritage building not visible from the trail. To reach Fort Vandan, the runner has to run back down the initial trail and cross Fort Chandan. If you plan the running route wisely then it should take around 40 minutes.

LODHI GARDEN

Delhi’s own Lodhi Garden comes with a jogging track of almost 2.2-kilometers. The trail has some slopes to test your physical endurance and stamina. The place is known for a range of diplomats and well-known political personalities, who often take their morning walks here. The garden is surrounded by fifteenth-century monuments, which makes the park all the more spectacular.

DAMDAM LAKE

Situated in the Gurgaon district of Haryana, the trail edging around Damdama Lake is huge, offering runners a magnificent view of one of the biggest natural lakes in the state. Surrounded by the serenity of the Aravali Mountains, this running venue is sure to impress you by leaps and bounds.

FOREST PARK

The Forest Park is a pleasant spot to go running in Mumbai. As the title already indicates, the park is surrounded by a score of trees; giving you a forest-like feel. But, since Forest Park is located in the city itself, planning a weekly run there should certainly find a place on your bucket list.

INDIA NATIONAL PARK RUNNING TRAIL

Numerous national parks in the country are phenomenal trails for runners that offer breathtaking views of India’s magnificent mountain ranges, forest regions, waterfalls, and other topographies. When it comes to India National Park Running Trail, a few of the trails are remarkably tight, rough and rocky. But, the view is worth the chase.

Run in places you have not run before because nature has so much to offer. This is how a runner starts to love their sport even more.

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