Parc Buttes Chaumont, Paris

It's a park in the center of Paris of 5km of trails and good hills. A great park to do some hills. The highest hill is a history hill, known as Montfaucon (Falcon hill) centuries ago. On the top of this hill a famous huge stone hangman stood until 18-th century. Nowadays nobody can find at least a stone of that building. Unveiled at the 1867 World’s Fair, this park is sometimes referred to as the ‘Central Park’ of Paris. About 5km of trails and 2,2km lap around, with the hilliest in the interior. You can combine your run with Parc de Villette, or Promenade Plantee. That's why it is one of the top 10 places for a run in Paris.

Surface

70% Ground, 30% asphalt

Elevation

Flat and hills

Max. Lap Length

2 km / 1 mi

Dogs & Walkers

Suggest info

Runners

Medium

Other

✅ Parkrun

✅ Night lighting

✅ Kinder space

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