@ Cremorne Foreshore Walk
If sexy legs are one of your ‘must-haves’ for the summer, then the Cremorne Foreshore walk is the ideal location for you to sculpt and tone a delectable set of stems.
The sealed foot-path is not only perfect for smooth running it is also set against spectacular views of the harbour on one side and stunning Sydney mansions on the other. Scribbly and Red gums create a high canopy above the track – making for a serene forest feel while visions of the urban jungle are set-off at a peaceful distance.
The loop track is approximately 3km’s from Bogota Road entrance around to the Hodgson Avenue exit. However, alternate paths along the way, and running the track in reverse, provide great options for making it a more substantial run.
The MacCallum salt water pool – once a rock water pool created by locals –is nestled down at sea level and offers a tempting addition to your exercise session. Splash out some leisurely laps or if you’ve had enough already, opt for a relaxing dip. Soaking up the sun on the timber deck, while overlooking our beautiful city, will make you feel more as though you are mid-exotic-holiday rather than mid-sweaty-workout.
The Cremorne Foreshore is to be enjoyed – so don’t feel guilty if you are tempted to kick of your trainers to join the blissful picnickers you see dotted about the manicured grassy spaces. Whether you chose to run it, walk it, skip it or simply bask in it, be sure to let its magic seep into your skin and you’ll walk away feeling truly rejuvenated.
There are three main points of entry to the walk – Bogota Avenue, Hodgson Avenue and Cremorne Wharf. It is easy to access via public transport with; the Cremorne Wharf bus (no 255) bringing you down from Neutral Bay Junction and the Ferry from Circular Quay (wharf no 4) dropping you right at Cremorne Point.
What a great excuse to work on those legs!
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Originally published on Madame Sydney