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Running in Philippines

Show on the map There are 39 areas in Philippines. See them all below. Alijis, Baguio, Prieto Compound, Tagum and Ilagan has the most runnable places.

Good to know about running in Philippines

Most of Philippines is located lower than 1000m3000ft above sea level but there are some areas that are at a higher altitude than that.
Baguio is one of the highest located cities.

Highly rated places to run in Philippines

South Cotabato Sports Complex is a popular place to run in this area.

Climate in Philippines

Philippines gets too hot in the summers for it to be nice to run in the middle of the day. Temperatures of 35°C90°F are not uncommon.

Even when it is as cold as it gets in the winter, the temperarure still can reach 31°C88°F.

February might be one of the most pleasant months for running in Philippines. The temperature usually ranges from about 24°C75°F to 31°C87°F, the wind averages 4.3m/s9.6mph and the daily precipitation is 6 mm0.2 inches.

More detailed information about the weather in Philippines can be found on the page for each city.

Do you know if tracks in Philippines usually are open to the public?

Show 38 tracks and 1 running spot on the map

Comments on places around Philippines

COVID-19 REPORT on Pampanga Sports Complex
03/02 -21: Reported as open during the COVID-19 outbreak
COVID-19 REPORT on Baguio Athletic Bowl
01/02 -21: Reported as open during the COVID-19 outbreak
COVID-19 REPORT on South Cotabato Sports Complex
03/12 -20: Reported as open during the COVID-19 outbreak

In Philippines

Alijis | Baguio | Prieto Compound | Tagum | Ilagan | Iloilo City | Zamboanga City | Marikina | Bacolod City | Oranbo | Malate | Roxas City | Legazpi | Palayan | Santo Tomas | Atabay | Bagong Sikat | Lolomboy | Bantay | West Rembo | Pasong Buaya 2 | Cagayan de Oro | Surigao City | Davao City | Calumpang | Koronadal | Kalawag I | Cotabato City | Pagadian | Oroquieta | Lucena | Poblacion | Batangas City | Calaca | Balanga | Olongapo | San Fernando | Laoag | Kapitolyo Show all areas


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