The Blog Runner’s World Tour of Parkrun

For those of you who like a bit of variety, adventure and a good old run in the park on a Saturday morning, I have launched a new blog to record and share my latest running adventure: The Blog Runner’s World Tour of Parkrun!

Here’s a little sneaky preview!

Welcome to my new Parkrun Tourist blog, in which I bravely venture into the wonderful world of running in various parks across the UK at 9:00 am on Saturday mornings.

As a fairly recent convert to the running life, completing a 5K Parkrun was my first real running goal but, sadly, as my training has progressed over the last couple of months, I have found myself drifting away from the Saturday morning 5K running ritual to take on far greater distances, from 10K Road Races to a 100K Ultra-Marathon.

Apart from the fact that these longer runs leave me feeling completely knackered and wiped out, however, I do miss the fun and frivolity of the humble 5K. So, I have come up with a plan to get back to my Parkrunning roots (as it were) and take on a new challenge at the same time. I have decided to become a Parkrun Tourist!

The aim is fairly simple, at least in theory – to visit and run as many different Parkruns as I can get myself to for the next few months, or years, or however long I feel like doing it for.

So, if you fancy joining me on this little running, blogging, jogging adventure, please feel free to follow along and a leave comment to let me know you’ve dropped by.

And who knows? Maybe we’ll bump into each other on the start line sometime.

via The Parkrun Tourist | The Blog Runner’s World Tour of Parkrun.

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5 responses to “The Blog Runner’s World Tour of Parkrun”

  1. unsportywomencanrun says :

    Sounds like a lovely idea for a blog. I love visiting other parkruns, in Tasmania we have to take a plane or a boat because Launceston pakrun is the only one on the island. But so far I’ve managed to visit one on mainland Australia and two in New Zealand. Lot’s of fun!

  2. Leah Hallissey says :

    Sounds like fun! Let me know if you fancy trying one up here in Nottingham!

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