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Running in Canmore

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About 1300m above sea level4000ft above sea level

A good way to meet local runners is to participate in a parkrun. Millennium parkrun is held in this area.

Good to know about running in Canmore

Canmore is located at altitude. How much it affects you is individual. Be prepared to ajust your training.
If you want to run on lower altitude you can take a trip to the area around Invermere which is located at about 900m3000ft .

Best places for workouts in Canmore

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Winter running in Canmore

Winters in Canmore can get cold and snowy. December through May might see snow and the temperature is often below -20°C0°F . March through May are especially snowy with an average of about 18.2 cm0.7 inches of snow per day. The days are short and in December it is only bright out between about 99 AM and 164 PM.

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Local Phenomena in Running in RTR-blog.

Group runs Group runs in Canmore

Millennium parkrun

Tracks Running tracks in Canmore

Centennial Park

Weather in Canmore

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