About parkrun in Glasgow
What are parkruns?
parkruns are free, weekly, 5km timed runs. Organised by volunteers who love running, parkruns are friendly and sociable events, for all abilities, that take place every week in local parks and public spaces. You just need to register before your very first parkrun.
Glasgow now has more events
parkrun in Glasgow has grown since our first event in Pollok park started in December 2008. There are now four across the city, and once you've registered with us, you can run any of our events - no need to re-register!
All Scottish events start at 9.30am, and all our Glasgow events have a first-timer's briefing at 9.20am. We look forward to welcoming you along, but please be sure to bring a printed copy of your barcode (phones don't scan) if you want a time for your run.
The first parkrun in Scotland, it was also one of the first ever parkrun events. Enjoy a fantastic run in the beautiful surroundings of Pollok Country Park's North Woods.
This event used to be 'Glasgow parkrun', but because of the number of events in Glasgow, it changed name to Pollok parkrun in June 2014.
Full details on the Pollok parkrun website.
A fantastic event in the splendour of Tollcross Park. One of our Commonwealth Games Legacy events.
Full details on the Tollcross parkrun website.
The west-end's very own parkrun, a three lap course of Victoria Park. One of our Commonwealth Games Legacy events.
Full details on the Victoria parkrun website.
A hidden gem of a park in the North of Glasgow, boasts views of Ben Lomond on a clear day. One of our Commonwealth Games Legacy events.
Full details on the Springburn parkrun website.
There are a growing number of parkruns in Scotland, part of the growing UK and worldwide parkrun family. On the west coast of Scotland there's Strathclyde, Greenock, and Eglinton. See the full UK events list and click on 'Scotland' for more!