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Running in Quito

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About 2800m above sea level9000ft above sea level

Parque Itchimbía is a hilly running spot with a hard surface in Quito.

Parque Metropolitano Guangüiltagua is another hilly running spot with a soft surface.

Good to know about running in Quito

Quito is located at a very high altitude. It is usually a good idea to reduce your training the first days when you arrive at high altitude and adjust your paces for the remainder of your stay.
If you want to run on lower altitude you can take a trip to the area around Santo Domingo de los Tsachilas which is located at about 600m2000ft .

Best places for workouts in Quito

If you need an open track in Quito; Pista atletica Consejo provincial is marked as open to the public.

Winter running in Quito

Winters in Quito can get wet. December through March are usually the rainiest of the winter months. The average precipitation is 10 mm0.4 inches/day.

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Weather in Quito

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Open to the public
Mark as open if it is closed due to COVID-19 but open usually.
Free of charge
Has lighting
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