Each one of these run routes crosses a field.
Running on grass is a great way of improving your overall balance. The uneven surface engages the smaller muscles - disengaged on the flat surfaces - in your legs, hips and ankles.
The soft grass is kind to your legs and feet; reducing the risk of stress fractures and shin splints.
Check these routes out if you're looking for run routes across fields in Leeds.
A loop of the grassy plains of Adel Bedquilts recreation ground.
Three laps of Armley Park for this official parkrun route. Run a freedom run or join parkrun every Saturday at 9am.
A 5k parkrun course in the heart of Bramley. With cracking views over Leeds.
Relatively flat, short but sweet run route through Farnley Hall park and Farnley Fish Pond.
A mixed terrain 3k out and back with lots of history. Run back in time to the ruins of Howley Hall.
Kicking off in Headingley, this route showcases the best parts of the Meanwood Valley Trail.
10-mile countryside run between Otley and Bramhope.
A rural run route tucked away on the green belt between Bradford and Leeds.
10k road and trail run around the scenic village of Bramham home of the Leeds Festival. Expect a couple of testing hills on this one.
An incredible run route around the beautiful estate of Temple Newsam, and into Skelton Country Park. Pass through woods and fields – a great trail run!
A route that really mixes it up with road and trail running. Start your run at Temple Newsam and finish it at Roundhay Park.