When it comes to beautiful views, treadmills cannot compete with trails in the great outdoors.
We’ve hand-picked our seven favourite runs with a view. Each trail takes you through one of the outdoor places we care for.
There are 800 acres of countryside to explore at Fountains Abbey,Yorkshire. Which route will you take?
You can see 14 counties from the top of Leith Hill - which makes it worthwhile running to the top of the highest point in south-east England.
Whether along the beach or on the down, you'll be treated to a great view if you go for a run at Rhossili in the Gower.
Runners at Cheddar Gorge can choose to head up the slope, or opt for a gentler route along a limestone valley.
If you want a running route with views, Wasdale, Eskdale and Duddon in the Lake District have got some of the best in the land. Just watch out for the slopes.
Run in dramatic landscapes at the places we look after in the Peak District. Pull on your trainers and head out to explore Mam Tor and Kinder Scout.
Sheringham Park, Norfolk, offers many running trails across its 1,000 acres. Pick your favourite view: woodland, parkland or cliffs.
These are places, just a short drive from the jostle of urban life, where your feet and thoughts can wander. Ten beautiful places to run and experience.
Living on an island, we're spoilt for choice when it comes to sea views, from wild cliffs to tranquil beaches. Here are some of our top seascapes, as nominated by you and our coastal rangers.
New to running? Head to one of these special places to enjoy fresh air and scenery while you work out.