LeedsRunRoutes is the best place to get running route inspiration from trail to canal in Leeds.
Everything has been considered to make your run a good one. Where to park; where the nearest toilet is? And a map of the route.
There is an excellent choice of running options in Leeds. This months selected Leeds run routes range from one of the more popular parkruns to an off-road trail escape.
A Kirkstall Road training run that tests your speed over distance while the clocks ticking!
Kicking off in Headingley, this route showcases the best parts of the Meanwood Valley Trail.
Two sides of Kirkstall. One on the road; one through Armley Park and alongside Leeds Liverpool canal
A mixed terrain 3k out and back with lots of history. Run back in time to the ruins of Howley Hall.
161 Victorian steps on the edge of Gotts Park Armley. Come and walk or run to improve your heart, legs and bum on this one!
A 35km run route that takes in all that Ilkley Moor and the surrounding moors have to offer.
Here’s some fresh ideas and a bunch of hints and tips to give you some inspiration!
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Leeds is blessed with a great selection of parkruns every Saturday. Historic locations, green open spaces, and some bloomin’ lovely people!
These five are our current favourites, but don’t let us sway your opinion. Why not try them all out for size?!
A 5k parkrun course in the heart of Bramley. With cracking views over Leeds.
5k parkrun course in the heart of Rothwell that loops around Springhead Park.
A 5k parkrun route that passes through a historical country estate that’s seen its fair share of war and peace.
Official 5k parkrun course on the edge of Wetherby next to the River Wharfe. Stays entirely on a sports playing field.
A 5km parkrun route that loops Woodhouse Moor park three times. Not much of a gradient change.