This won’t make anyone’s ‘most scenic run’ list, but good road running is hard to come by in New Delhi. So, for those craving a lengthy route astride the pavement, the Gurgaon-Faridabad Road is among the best choices. In the early morning, the road is quiet (at least by New Delhi standards), and there is a decent shoulder. Still, we recommend using caution when running this road. Traveling with a local running group like the Gurgaon Road Runners helps improve your visibility. The road begins near Faridabad’s Shri Krishna Paramdham Mandir at the junction with Badkhal Pali Road. From here, it travels 25 km west to the Bristol Chowk intersection in Gurugram. The rolling terrain is great for a little hill training.
- Up to 25 km one-way
- 220m over the entire 25 km route, from Faridabad to Gurgaon
- Faridabad: Badkhal Pali Road; Gurgaon: Bristol Chowk
- Pali Chowk Bus Stop or Bristol Chowk Bus Stop