parkrun Review: Sheffield Hallam

    PB Potential: (4.0 / 5)
    Beauty: (4.0 / 5)
    Uniqueness: (4.0 / 5)
    Accessibility: (4.5 / 5)
    Average: (4.1 / 5)

    A very popular parkrun in the middle of Sheffield. Consisting of 2 laps around Endcliffe Park which is mainly firm pathways and pavement. There is a small climb half way round and a few sharp turns which may make a PB a bit of a challenge, also the sheer amount of people that visit this parkrun will also hinder your performance a bit. In the wet weather this run can get a bit slippery (or maybe that’s just me). Also the final stretch of the lap is down a pavement which means coming head on with pedestrians. Even though announcements are made that people should run on the left some people still ignore this advice.

    Parking may be a bit difficult but public transport in the area is good and most people jog there. If you do drive it’s possible to park on side streets.

    There are public toilets and and a cafe near the start/finish which is also where the post run meet is held.

    Total distance: 4989 m
    Max elevation: 128 m
    Min elevation: 102 m
    Total climbing: 56 m
    Total descent: -57 m

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