We’ve not yet seen snow, but the temperatures are beginning to drop, the leaves are falling, and there’s an autumnal feeling in the air. Here’s this week’s selection of snaps from around our four countries which capture parkrun at this time of year.
In Vejen parkrun, Denmark Hanna Kruse Olsen became the 15th person to reach 100 parkruns
An inviting view of the course at Finland’s newest event, Vääksy kanava parkrun
No rain, just amazing views and a chance for families to run together at Løvstien parkrun in Bergen
A covering of leaves for the run briefing at Tøyen parkrun, Oslo who are making 100+ attendance weeks a regular occurrence.
A similar carpet of leaves greeted the runners as they came over the line at Haga pakrun, Stockholm
Week 3 and the first doggy helper at Tokoiranta parkrun in Helsinki!
The view over Århus from the hill above the starting point at Brabrand parkrun in Denmark
The classic pre-run photo from Örebro parkrun
Välkommen till Badhusparken parkrun i Östersund i norra Sverige. Detta är nästan världens nordligaste parkrun, bara Festningen parkrun i Trondheim ligger (snäppet) längre norrut. Banan går mitt i stan, med start och mål i Badhusparken som har ett fint läge längs med Storsjöns strand. Efter en kort “dit och tillbaka”-del öster…
Welcome to Badhusparken parkrun in Östersund in the north of Sweden. It’s very close to being the most northerly parkrun in the world, but Festningen parkrun in Trondheim retains that honour (just!). It’s another parkrun located right in the heart of the town, with the start and finish in Badhusparken, which occupies a…