DISTANCES OVER 10k
3 Jan, 2019
8 Aug, 2018
Get out of the city with this Glasgow Running Route. Jump on the train to Drymen and set out along the West Highland Way to Balmaha and back.
12 Aug, 2018
5 Dec, 2018
Head up the Kilpatrick Hills for magnificent views over Glasgow, the Clyde and The Trossachs. This is a challenging 14 mile trail run.
21 Oct, 2018
25 Sep, 2018
2 Sep, 2018
19 Aug, 2018
15 Aug, 2018
Pretend you’re not in the city with this mostly traffic free half marathon route from Kelvingrove Park to Clydebank.
11 Aug, 2018
16 miles with spectacular view across the city. This is a great, varying southside route that works the lungs, legs and everything in between.
Run the UK’s largest onshore windfarm at Whitelee. This is a 13km/8Mile route from the Visitor Centre, along the trail tracks of the wind farm, around Lochgoin Reservoir
Over 14 miles of pure joy. This trail run from Mugdock to Blanefield, Dumgoyne and West Highland Way rewards all your hard work.
7.8 miles running route from Victoria Park to Clydebank taking you along a mixture of cycle paths, canals and roads.
Running route from Glasgow West End to Southside, taking in theBotanic Gardens, Kelvin Walkway, Bellahouston Park, Pollok Park, and back via the City Centre and Forth and Clyde Canal
This isn’t just a Glasgow Stadium Tour. You get to see so much more of the city and is a great route for marathon training.
This route is just over 10 miles and gives you a lot of options for mixing up your run. Starting at the Botanics head along Great Western Road and escape the traffic coming back.
Organised by the Kirkintilloch Olympians , this popular race usually takes place in the cold and wet at the start of the year. With 12 hills crammed into the 12.5k route, it’s a testing but satisfying challenge.