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Running in British Columbia

Show on the map There are 79 areas in British Columbia. See them all below. Vancouver, Burnaby, Surrey, Coquitlam and Township of Langley has the most runnable places.

Good to know about running in British Columbia

Most of British Columbia is located lower than 1000m3000ft above sea level but there are some areas that are at a higher altitude than that.
Elkford, Sparwood and Fernie are some of the highest located villages/cities.

Best places for workouts in British Columbia

Read about working out in Canada.

Highly rated places to run in British Columbia

Stanley Park / Vancouver Asphalt/Concrete running spot with some hills

Climate in British Columbia

All of British Columbia can get snow in the winters. The cold parts around Fort St. John often gets temperatures down to -30°C-20°F and the milder parts around Vancouver 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 British Columbia can be found on the page for each city.

Blog posts mentioning Canada

Local Phenomena in Running in RTR-blog.

Comments on places around British Columbia

Anonymous user - on Sedro-Woolley
Is sedro-woolley track open to the public for running
Robert - on 400m gravel/dirt track
It's not used much at all and not in great shape unfortunately. There will occasionally be someone..
Bill - on North Delta
Not a cinder track. It never was but now it does have a beautiful blue synthetic track to World At..
Kathy - on 400m gravel/dirt track
Can anyone tell me if is safe to walk alone here, is it used often by others.
Visit report on Vancouver Technical Secondary School
Geese poop all over all lanes needs to be cleaned infestation of geese

Do you know of a YouTube video about running here?

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