1. When did Edinburgh parkrun start?
2. Which Scottish parkrun started over a year before Edinburgh parkrun?
C. Glasgow (now called Pollok parkrun)
3. Under what type of tree are the first timer and visitor briefings held?
A. Horse Chestnut
4. Edinburgh parkrun’s highest ever attendance was on which holiday?
A. New Years’ Day
B. May Day
C. Boxing Day
D. Christmas Day
5. All of these islands can be seen from Edinburgh parkrun. Which has an abbey?
D. Cramond Island
6. What is the name of the café just before the 1km mark?
A. The Boardwalk Beach Club
B. The Cramond Bistro
C. The Cramond Falls Cafe
D. The Cramond Boat Club
7. Edinburgh parkrun’s first Event Director is now an Event Director at…
A. Loch Leven parkrun
B. Polkemment Country parkrun
C. Kirkcaldy parkrun
D. Dunfermline parkrun
8. Close to where, is the source of the River Almond that flows to the Firth of Forth?
A. The Pentland Hills
B. Possil Marsh near Bishopbriggs
C. Lanark Moor
D. The Cant Hills near Shotts
9. Which of these can be seen along the parkrun route?
A. St Abb’s Head Lighthouse
B. The Kincardine and Clackmannanshire Bridges
C. Several Joshua trees
D. Bronze artwork rubbing plaques
10. Half way there. Which 19th Century House do you see ahead through the trees?
A. Gypsy Brae House
B. Barnton House
C. Craigroyston House
D. Cramond House
11. In which year was the current Edinburgh parkrun fastest female record set?
12. Overlooking the route from the top of a long grassy slope, it was once called The Commodore Hotel. What is it called now?
A. The Admiral’s Rest Retirement Home
B. Almond House Lodge
C. The Captain’s Guest House
D. The Cramond Brig Hotel
13. What type of bird escaped from the zoo in 2012 and was spotted on Cramond beach.
A. Chilean flamingo
B. Scarlet ibis
C. Black stork
D. Gentoo penguin
14. A storm damaged the sea wall and caused sink holes on the prom in which year?
15. In 1934, plans were drawn up for Silverknowes beach to be reclaimed for what?
A. A golf course
B. Arable farming
C. An airport
D. Grazing cattle
16. Rounded up, what is Edinburgh parkrun’s average number of finishers per week?
17. What used to be secured to the top of the concrete pillars to Cramond Island?
A. Beacon lights
B. A defensive wire hawser
C. Power cabling
D. A walkway
18. What is Edinburgh parkrun’s average finish time?
19. Who carved the large granite fish on the beach near the start/finish line?
A. Ronald Rae
B. Anne Browning
C. Fernando Botero
D. Anita McDougall
20. Other than Edinburgh, how many parkruns are there across the Lothians?
D. 7 (Portobello, Oriam, Vogrie, Meadowmill, Lochend Woods, Livingston, Polkemmet Country)