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Parco Ruffini is a running spot with a hard surface in Turin. It could be suitable in the winter time as it has has electric lighting.

Parco Dora is another running spot with a soft surface.

Good to know about running in Turin

If you want to run on higher altitude you can take a trip to the area around Sestriere which is located at about 2100m7000ft .

Best places for workouts in Turin

If you need an open track in Turin; Stadio Primo Nebiolo is marked as open to the public.

Winter running in Turin

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

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Your favourite running surface in Turin

Parco Mario Carrara has a soft surface for those who like to avoid the asphalt and concrete.

Running spots Running spots in Turin

Parco Mario Carrara | Parco Dora | Parco Ruffini


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Tracks Running tracks in Turin

Stadio Primo Nebiolo | 400m synthetic track

Weather in Turin

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Humidity in

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