parkrun is a free, weekly, timed 5km event organised by volunteers all over the world. Entirely volunteer-led, entirely free and entirely enjoyable, Erris parkrun (the most Westerly parkrun in Ireland!) takes place at the beautiful Cross Loop every Saturday morning at 9:30am. Runners and walkers of all levels are welcome to this event, which is part of a fantastic global phenomenon. Read on to learn more!
What is Erris parkrun?
It is a 5km run – it’s you against the clock.
When is it?
Every Saturday at 9:30am.
Where is it?
What does it cost to join in?
Nothing – it’s free! but please register before your first run. Only ever register with parkrun once. Don’t forget to bring a printed copy of your barcode (request a reminder). If you forget it, you won’t get a time.
How fast do I have to be?
We all run for our own enjoyment. Please come along and join in whatever your pace!
Erris parkrun needs you!
parkrun isare entirely organised by volunteers – email [email protected] to help.
Where else in Mayo can I run?
There are five other weekly parkruns in Mayo:
- Achill Greenway Parkrun
- Ballina: Belleek Woods
- Castlebar: Lough Lannagh
- Claremorris: McMahon Park (Clare Lake)
so wherever you are, you can join in.
Tips (from the website)
Don’t forget your paper barcode! See your initial registration email, your weekly parkrun newsletter, previous results emails, or you can request a reminder email. Phones don’t scan, so please bring a printed copy.
parkrun operates a “No barcode, No result” policy. If you forget your printed barcode, you won’t get a time
-Not received your results email? It may be in your spam folder. We’ve a few tips on our support site to help you.
-You look great! Have a look at the event photos.
-Want to know more? Read about us and the event
-Our links page connects you to local and national running resources.
-This event is run by volunteers who love running; if you want to join us, find out more on our volunteering page.
-Summary event statistics are at the bottom of every page.
-Any other questions? Read our dedicated support site.