Langley City resident Brennan Neufeld, 5, climbs up on a piece of equipment during the grand opening of Penzer Park’s new outdoor parkour facility. Miranda Gathercole Langley Times

VIDEO: Canada’s largest outdoor parkour park officially opens

Hundreds came out to experience the new parkour facility at Langley City’s Penzer Park

Penzer Park was bursting to capacity on Thursday afternoon as children swung, jumped, and climbed the brand new parkour equipment.

The revamped Langley City facility is now considered the largest outdoor parkour park in Canada.

Click here for related story: Largest outdoor Parkour park in Canada opens in Langley City Thursday, June 29

 

Langley City resident Lily Neufeld, 8, prepares to climb up on a piece of equipment during the grand opening of Penzer Park’s new outdoor parkour facility. Miranda Gathercole Langley Times

A young boy tries on a ground level trampoline during the grand opening of Penzer Park’s new outdoor parkour facility. Miranda Gathercole Langley Times

Langley City resident Brennan Neufeld, 5, climbs up on a piece of equipment during the grand opening of Penzer Park’s new outdoor parkour facility. Miranda Gathercole Langley Times

Langley City resident Brennan Neufeld, 5, climbs up on a piece of equipment during the grand opening of Penzer Park’s new outdoor parkour facility. Miranda Gathercole Langley Times

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