Kasu Brahmanandha Reddy, more commonly known simply as KBR Park, is a large green space located in the affluent Jubilee Hills section of Hyderabad. It’s one of the most popular areas for running in Hyderabad, for its selection of off-road gravel paths. The most common route in the park is the 5 km “Peripheral Jogging Track” that skirts the outer border. However, there are a number of nature trails cutting through the center of the park. A loop of the nature trails is an additional 5 km. Note: a modest admission fee might be required.
There are also some lovely tree-lined streets with elaborate mansions in Jubilee Hills. Some of the nicer sections are just north and east of the park. You can also combine this with Durgam Cheruvu Walkway, which is 2.5 km west. It’s a bit challenging on the roads between the two parks, but possible. Use Rd. Number 46
- Jogging Track loop is 5 km (3.1 miles); options for additional trails
- 33 meters (108 feet)
- KBR Ticket Counter (admission fee might be required)
- Metro:Jubilee Hills Check Post; Annapurna Bus Stop