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Running in Canada

Show on the map There are 12 areas in Canada. See them all below. Ontario, British Columbia, Alberta, Quebec and Manitoba has the most runnable places.

Highly rated places to run in Canada

Earlscourt Park, High Park, Central Tech Stadium, Mont Royal, Charles Tupper Running Track and Stanley Park are popular places to run in this area.

Stanley Park / Vancouver / British Columbia
Asphalt/Concrete running spot with some hills
Image by Ernesto Andrade on Flickr
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Mont Royal / Montreal / Quebec
Very hilly gravel/dirt running spot
Image by Chiara DAvanzo on Flickr
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About track availability in Canada

Outdoor tracks in Canada are generally open to the public without charge unless they are booked for track meets or other events.

Climate in Canada

All of Canada can get snow in the winters. The cold parts around Yellowknife, Northwest Territories often gets temperatures down to -35°C-30°F and the milder parts around Township of Langley, British Columbia usually stays over -5°C20°F.

The warmest parts might be too hot for pleasant runs in the summers. Temperatures around 30°C90°F are not uncommon.

More detailed information about the weather in Canada can be found on the page for each city.

Central Tech Stadium / Toronto / Ontario
400m synthetic track
Image by Jeff Hitchcock on Flickr
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High Park / Toronto / Ontario
Asphalt/Concrete running spot with some hills
Image by Jeff Hitchcock on Flickr
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Could you share some tips about running in Canada?

Show 878 tracks, 4 routes, 34 running spots and 45 group runs on the map

Comments on places around Canada

Jonathan Feldman - 06/03 -21 (23:11) on OShaughnessy Stadium
"Appears to require student I.."
Jonathan Feldman - 06/03 -21 (23:09) on St. Paul Academy
"Open to public 6pm-7am on sc.."
Jonathan Feldman - 06/03 -21 (23:05) on Macalester stadium
"Students only from 9-4:30 we.."
DL - 05/03 -21 (14:17) on Hormel Stadium Facility and Riverbend Park
"This is actually a 440 yard .."
COVID-19 REPORT on Ferry Field
24/02 -21: Reported to be partially unusable due to snow and/or ice

In Canada

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