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A good way to meet local runners is to participate in a parkrun. Lake Claremont parkrun and Cottesloe parkrun are both in this area.

UWA Sports Park is a track close to Claremont with a soft surface that is open to the public.

Reabold Hill is a hilly running spot with a soft surface.

Best places for workouts in Claremont

Another track in Claremont that are marked as open to the public is WA Athletics Stadium.

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Summer running in Claremont

Summers in Claremont get very hot. January and February often sees temperatures of around 37°C99°F . It might be wise to do your training early in the mornings or on a treadmill indoors. The temperature in the warmest month of January is normally around 2476 to 34°C93°F at noon and 1865 to 26°C78°F at 6 AM.

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Your favourite running surface in Claremont

Those wanting to run on a hard surface and are willing to go a bit outide of Claremont can go to the course of Cottesloe parkrun.

Group runs Group runs in Claremont

Lake Claremont parkrun

Weather in Claremont

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Comments on places around Claremont

Anonymous user - on UWA Sports Park
it is open to the public...

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