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A good way to meet local runners is to participate in a parkrun. Hasenheide parkrun is in this area.

Best places for workouts in Kreuzberg

If you want to run hills in or around Kreuzberg you might find some to your liking at Volkspark Friedrichshain.

Volkspark Friedrichshain

Hilly asphalt/concrete running spot
Image by Andreas Kontokanis on Flickr

Winter running in Kreuzberg

Winters in Kreuzberg can get cold and snowy. December through February might see snow and the temperature is often below -10°C20°F .

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Your favourite running surface in Kreuzberg

Tiergarten 4.5kmTiergarten 4.5km has a soft surface for those who like to avoid the asphalt and concrete.

Those looking for an easy run on a flat course with firm surface and are willing to go a bit outide of Kreuzberg can go to Tiergarten, Rudolph-Wilde-Park or Friedrichshain loopFriedrichshain loop.


Flat gravel/dirt running spot
Image by David Baron on Flickr

Tempelhofer FeldTempelhofer Feld

6km asphalt/concrete running route with some hills
Image by Tony Webster on Flickr

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Running tracks in Kreuzberg

Rittenburg | Willy-Kressmann-Stadion | Günter-König-Sportplatz

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Weather in Kreuzberg

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A normal day in , the temperature ranges between about °C °F and °C°F.

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Open to the public
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