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Actually the new seaside promenade with the Walk of Stars etc makes for a very nice stroll in the evening.  I'm not sure you can actually jog on it all that well though... [[User:Jpatokal|Jpatokal]] 01:15, 8 August 2006 (EDT)
 
Actually the new seaside promenade with the Walk of Stars etc makes for a very nice stroll in the evening.  I'm not sure you can actually jog on it all that well though... [[User:Jpatokal|Jpatokal]] 01:15, 8 August 2006 (EDT)
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: I was thinking of that as well. I had a chance to walk it in late April and thought it would be a ideal place for "worldly" kind of jog. The only thing is that it didn't seem quite long enough for a run as it is flanked on either side by pedestrian gridlock.  Maybe someone else will chime in and update us. [[User:Johnycanal|Johnycanal]] 11:09, 8 August 2006 (EDT)

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Is there any appetite to have a section that lists some of the best running paths in the world? I'm thinking of routes that are unique in some way and combine most people's concept of travel with a good run. For example, some city routes that might fit the bill:

  • Stanley Park in Vancouver
  • Central Park in NYC
  • Clarke Quay in Singapore
  • Thames trail in London (not the trail where you run around in circles through Hyde Park)

I'd add the section myself but the only place that I have run is Stanley Park. Johnycanal 10:02, 05 July 2006 (PST)

Kowloon[edit]

Actually the new seaside promenade with the Walk of Stars etc makes for a very nice stroll in the evening. I'm not sure you can actually jog on it all that well though... Jpatokal 01:15, 8 August 2006 (EDT)

I was thinking of that as well. I had a chance to walk it in late April and thought it would be a ideal place for "worldly" kind of jog. The only thing is that it didn't seem quite long enough for a run as it is flanked on either side by pedestrian gridlock. Maybe someone else will chime in and update us. Johnycanal 11:09, 8 August 2006 (EDT)

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