Carbon Neutral Activities & Wellbeing in our Cities – Cheltenham Jogging
The UK’s most complete Regency town doubles up as an excellent place for a jog. With spacious, leafy boulevards and stunning architecture, runners will be treated to a journey through history as they pass through classical Georgian architecture and grade-2 listed landmark parks.
Boat House Cafe Loop (3.23 miles)
Pitville, considered amongst Cheltenham’s most prestigious areas, is full of rambling gardens, lakes, unique historical buildings and, with flat surfaces, it makes the perfect place for a run. Take the Boat House Cafe Loop for a good look at the town’s foremost landmark, the Pitville Pump Room – largest of the spa buildings in Cheltenham.
Leckhampton Peak Loop (6.61 miles)
A trip to the southside of the town will unlock a more nature-based jogging track. The Leckhampton Peak Loop stretches just over 6-and-a-half miles across roving hills and green vistas to one of Gloucestershire’s most iconic landmarks. Be prepared for rough terrain and elevation.
Since 2021, the Cheltenham Borough Council has been committed to achieving net zero carbon emissions by forming a cross-sector collaborative partnership with private companies, charities and volunteer groups across the region. Eco-minded guests at our Strozzi Palace suites can help support the community by eating at one of the many green restaurants, attending a sustainability festival or enjoying a spot of planet-friendly retail therapy.