“Bosque de Chapultepec” (Chapultepec Forest) is the largest city park in the Western Hemisphere and is often referred to as Mexico City’s "lungs". We've mapped out a 3.6 mile park loop, and 5k loops of El Sope and Minor Lake.
Centrally located park located in the trendy Condesa neighborhood providing an urban oasis for runners. A loop of the trails and paths is about 1 km, so you'll have to do some laps.
This is a 10k mile tour of some of Mexico City's most important and historic sites, starting from the Zócalo metro station. NOTE that on Sundays, Reforma Avenue is closed to traffic until mid-day — a special bonus for runners!
A 3 mile tour of Coyoacán, a quaint neighborhood is known for its cobblestones and bohemian flavor. Includes some parks, pretty residential streets, and sites including Templo de San Juan Bautista and the Frida Kahlo Museum.
A stunningly beautiful neighborhood of cobblestone streets, Colonial-Era homes, and several worthwhile museums south of the city center. Mexico City’s Secretary of Tourism named the San Angel neighborhood a Barrio Magico (Magic Neighborhood).
A forest in the Cuajimalpa delegation in Mexico City. The best time to visit is on the weekends, when it is bustling with runners and walkers. There are native tree species such as fir, ash and pine. A running circuit of about 2.15 miles is very popular.
Canal Cuemanco, in the eastern part of the city, was the venue for rowing competitions in the 1968 olympic games. The paved 5K path around the canal makes a great place to run away from Colonia Centro. Great views of volcanoes and mountains.
The Bosque de Aragón is a park located in the Gustavo A. Madero, near the International Airport of Mexico City. There is a 2.5 km paved path surrounding a fountain and a second 5 km dirt path around the perimeter of the park.
The Forest of Tlalpan is one of the best known locations among runners, athletes, and nature lovers who live south of Mexico City. Five different running tracks and lots of natural beauty make this forest an ideal place for exercise. Accessible by public transport.