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Huron Heights Secondary School is a track in Newmarket with a soft surface that is open to the public. It has electric lighting for those fall evening workouts.

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Another track in Newmarket that are marked as open to the public is Pickering College.

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Winter running in Newmarket

Winters in Newmarket can get cold and snowy. December through March might see snow and the temperature is often below -20°C0°F .

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Tracks Running tracks in Newmarket

Huron Heights Secondary School | Pickering College | DR John M Denison Secondary School | Newmarket High School


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