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

Außenalster is a running spot with a soft surface in Hamburg. It has electric lighting and should be usable year round.

Best places for workouts in Hamburg

If you need an open track in Hamburg; 400m synthetic track and Jahnkampfbahn are marked as open to the public.

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Winter running in Hamburg

Winters in Hamburg can get cold and snowy. December through February might see snow and the temperature is often below -5°C20°F .

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Jahnkampfbahn has lighting and Stadtpark and Altonaer Volkspark is usually usable all through the winter.

Your favourite running surface in Hamburg

For those who like to run on soft surfaces, these are recommended: Stadtpark and Altonaer Volkspark.



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Weather in Hamburg

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A normal day in , the temperature ranges between about °C °F and °C°F.

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The line represents the average temperature. The faded area represents the most likely temperature span. The temperature is within this area 80% of the times.

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