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Good to know about running in Montreuil

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Best places for workouts in Montreuil

If you want to do more than just going out for an easy run there are some good options available.

Track runners might like Complexe Sportif Emile Anthoine and Centre Sportif Georges Carpentier and those looking for a hill workout can go to Parc des Buttes-Chaumont.

If you want to test your fitness against local runners, Montsouris parkrun and Bois de Boulogne parkrun are available here for you.

Complexe Sportif Emile Anthoine
Synthetic track
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Parc des Buttes-Chaumont
Hilly asphalt/concrete running spot
Image by So_P on Flickr
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Read more about working out in France.

Winter running in Montreuil

Running in a new city in the winter time can be tricky. Bad weather and darkness make it hard to find good places to run.

If you want to run after sunset or early in the morning Parc de Bercy, Lîle Aux Cygnes, Centre Sportif Georges Carpentier and Stade Paul Faber should have electic lighting.

Parc de Bercy
Flat gravel/dirt running spot
Image by Fred Romero on Flickr
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Lîle Aux Cygnes
Flat paver running spot
Image by Ted Drake on Flickr
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Highly rated places to run in Montreuil

Complexe Sportif Emile Anthoine, Jardin des Plantes, Parc de Bercy, Viaduc des ArtsViaduc des Arts and Bois de Vincennes are popular places to run in this area.

Viaduc des ArtsViaduc des Arts
1.5km asphalt/concrete running route with some hills
Image by patrick janicek on Flickr
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Jardin des Plantes
Gravel/dirt running spot with some hills
Image by Julien Chatelain on Flickr
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Your favourite running surface in Montreuil

For those who like to run on soft surfaces, these are recommended: Jardin des Plantes, Parc de Bercy, Bois de Vincennes, Champ de Mars and Jardin du Luxembourg.

Bois de Vincennes
Flat gravel/dirt running spot
Image by Marko Kudjerski on Flickr
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Champ de Mars
Flat gravel/dirt running spot
Image by Filip Maljkovic on Flickr
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Those looking for a flat course with firm surface can go to Parc de Bercy, Bois de Vincennes, Lîle Aux Cygnes or Parc de Versailles.

Parc de Versailles
Flat asphalt/concrete running spot
Image by Herbert Frank on Flickr
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Centre Sportif Louis Lumiere
400m synthetic track
Image by patrick janicek on Flickr
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Parc de Scaux
Flat gravel/dirt running spot
Image by Yohann Agnelot on Flickr
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Maryse Hilsz Sports Center
400m synthetic track
Image by PSGMAG.NET on Flickr
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Running tracks in Montreuil

Stade des Grands Pêchers | Stade Municipal Montbauro

Weather in Montreuil

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