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Mercer Stadium is a track in New Westminster that is open to the public. It has electric lighting for those fall evening workouts.

Another open track is Ecole Cariboo Hill Secondary School. It has a gravel/dirt surface and has electric lighting.

Best places for workouts in New Westminster

Another track in New Westminster that are marked as open to the public is St. Thomas More Collegiate.

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Winter running in New Westminster

Winters in New Westminster can get cold and snowy. December has a high risk of snow and the temperature is often below -5°C30°F .

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Your favourite running surface in New Westminster

Those wanting to run on a hard surface and are willing to go a bit outide of New Westminster can go to Deer Lake.

Deer Lake Asphalt/Concrete running spot with some hills

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Mercer Stadium

Weather in New Westminster

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