Is there a jogging route near Four Seasons Hotel Boston?

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Bill Taylor

For the guest on the run in America’s Walking — and jogging — City, a walk or jog around the Charles River Esplanade is one of the best ways to explore Boston. Start off in beautiful Back Bay then follow the river as you pass Boston and Harvard Universities, MIT, the Museum of Science, the Hatch Shell and so much more. Joggers are able to enjoy panoramic city views throughout. Four of the favorite routes starting at Four Seasons Hotel Boston are: up to Mass Avenue Bridge and return via same route, approximately 2.8 miles; cross Mass Avenue Bridge, continue to Museum of Science, continue on to pass Hatch Shell, approximately 4.6 miles; use footbridge to access BU Bridge, continue to Museum of Science, continue on to pas Hatch Shell, approximately 9.5 miles; cross Lars Anderson Bridge, continue to Museum of Science, continue on to pass Hatch Shell, approximately 9.5 miles.

Melanie Nayer

One of the best things about Four Seasons Hotel Boston is its location. Situated steps from the Boston Public Garden and Boston Common, there are endless opportunities for outdoor activities near the hotel. Runners will enjoy a jog around the park or along the Charles River, the Emerald Necklace or down the Boston Esplanade. After all, Boston is the home to the world’s oldest marathon, making it a top running city with plenty of trails. The concierge at Four Seasons Boston can provide jogging maps with specific mileage route planning, and will have towels and water waiting for you when you return. Put on your running shoes and catch the sites and a workout.

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